Traditional family has the most to offer. The investment in building your family is done for a number of reasons. The time you take to build the solidity, functionality, and unity means more resources, flexibility, personalized care, and privacy as the family takes on caregiving for their own as they age. Mercator reports: The situation in the USA seems to be a bit different to … Continue reading Are we ready for the “grey tsunami”?
I often speak with women who want to be involved in “service” of some kind, and they wonder what they should do and how to find it. This is a good and godly impulse; in fact, it is a God-given impulse that identifies us as His very own. Paul tells us in Titus that we were made for good works for God “…gave himself for … Continue reading Dedicated to Selflessness
Baby Boomers may soon find they have no one to look after them. Brian Bethune reports on the next generational crisis. We all know what’s coming. Everywhere in the developed world, populations are greying. The media are full of stories about the surge in the numbers of the elderly within the next 20 years, while governments have been pushing the age of retirement entitlements upward. … Continue reading The Curse of Small Families