A growing number of people with dementia have spoken about the importance of spirituality and the difference that having a faith can make when living with the condition. This book, based around the 23rd Psalm comprises a series of Christian reflections that can offer both people with dementia and those caring for individuals a source of encouragement and hope. Spiralbound for ease of opening and keeping open, and clearly and attractively designed in full colour with photos relating to the subject, the writers have sought to capture the psalm's underlying message. The overwhelming sense throughout is that Jesus knows each of us by name and is the same yesterday, today and tomorrow. A wonderful resource for you whether you are living with dementia, experiencing memory problems or caring for a family member, this psalm is a reminder that nothing, but nothing, can separate us from the love of God.
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Binding Spiral Bound
Imprint CWR
Author Hurtley, Rosemary; Craig, Clai
Publisher CWR
Main Copy A growing number of people with dementia have spoken about the importance of spirituality and the difference that having a faith can make when living with the condition. This book, based around the 23rd Psalm comprises a series of Christian reflections that can offer both people with dementia and those caring for individuals a source of encouragement and hope. Spiralbound for ease of opening and keeping open, and clearly and attractively designed in full colour with photos relating to the subject, the writers have sought to capture the psalm’s underlying message. The overwhelming sense throughout is that Jesus knows each of us by name and is the same yesterday, today and tomorrow. A wonderful resource for you whether you are living with dementia, experiencing memory problems or caring for a family member, this psalm is a reminder that nothing, but nothing, can separate us from the love of God.

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