Reaching the Unreachable | Devotions for Alzheimer’s Patients and Their Caregivers

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Robert Charles Van Norstrand, Pastor Emeritus WELS

This devotional series is for all caregivers who want more meaningful and satisfying visits with their dear ones who are afflicted with Alzheimer’s.

Scripture passages in the devotions are quoted from the New International Version of the Bible. Included in this series is a helpful guide to use as you and your loved one gather together to share God’s Word.

It is our fervent desire that, as you continue to pray with your beloved through these devotions, you will discover the peace only the Lord can give.

True connecting with each other as you share God’s Word is not only possible but promised by our loving Savior. His Word is powerful! We all need our faith nurtured frequently in order to remain strong in times of adversity.

As you share these devotions, be patient and persistent. You may not see immediate results; sometimes the timing is clearly wrong. Try again later on using an opportune moment the Lord gives you.

Finally, seek the Lord’s help through prayer knowing this is the assurance we have in approaching God, if we ask anything according to his will, he hears us (1 John 5:14).

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  1. What a wonderful resource! Thank you so much for providing these devotionals; I believe they will be helpful for my grandmother and her caregivers.

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