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Assisted Care, Assisted-Living, Deprived body sensory systems, End of life care, Levels of Care, Memory care, Nursing home, Overnight care, Poor personal hygiene, Unkempt environment -

As old age catches with your parents, it is common to notice that they need to be cared for. It deprives parents of the ability to undertake essential yet straightforward tasks such as washing clothes and eating. At such a time, parents have a certain level of expectation of being accorded the much-needed care that would facilitate their comfortable living. It is your social and ethical responsibility to provide the necessary environment to ensure that they are given such care. Taking care of your parents personally is, in addition to these, a value that we still need to be honoring in modern life.

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Modest Clothing, People in Need, Proper Behavior, Quality Time Together, Religious Services -

When you want to have a healthy family, there are certain things that you should do to help your children develop particular morals or ethics. From serving others to dressing modestly, here is a list of ways to help your children develop timeless values for their future.

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Accommodations, Facility Modifications, Greeters, Hearing Adaptations, Inclusive Outreach -

“Accept one another, then, just as Christ accepted you, to bring praise to God.” Romans 15:7 These words are an excellent touchstone for any congregation working to be more inclusive. Building community while pursuing individual faith can be challenging, especially in today’s fast-paced world. Even the best among us can wake up and realize we’ve created a community that doesn’t live up to this ideal, a place where some feel less than welcome. Grace allows us to recognize this shortcoming, and to move forward with solutions. Where there are walls, impediments to inclusivity, we can take concrete steps to break down barriers and welcome diverse new members to our community of faith. Here are just a few ideas to build a more inclusive church community:

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Churches Welcome Everyone, Drugs and Alcohol, Pastors, Soft Targets, Trespassing, Weapons -

For hundreds of years, churches were places where personal safety. The sanctuary they offer was never in doubt. However, that has changed dramatically. With multiple violent incidents at churches across the United States, pastors have security at the top of their list. According to USA Today, since 1999 there have been 723 violent acts committed in U.S. churches, with 38 percent resulting in at least one death. And with guns, knives, bombs, and automobiles used in these incidents, it's clear churches must make security a top priority. To learn more, here are five reasons why pastors should be thinking about church security. 

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Congregation, Cool Off the Congregation, Give the Church a Facelift, Hold Fun Charity Events, Reading Materials, Update the Church Website -

Has your congregation been drifting off lately? Are you not seeing more parishioners stepping up and helping to expand the reach of your church? The big issue here is that the congregation may no longer be connected, and sooner or later this could be devastating to the church as a whole. Here are five creative ways to keep your congregation enga

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