Monthly Archives: January 2021

This nonprofit is gifting literacy to children one book at a time

boy reading book

When giving gifts to children in our own families or when donating to children in need, we tend to think that toys are the best thing for them. As long as a child is playing, they are happy and occupied. Toys may be a great gift option, but age-appropriate books and resources for parents have […]

A son needed to help his mother, so OurSeniors Team stepped in

| Testimony by Richard L. | Dad is dead! Mom has Parkinson’s, stage 5. She cannot talk, walk, or anything beyond crying and screaming. She is trapped in her body, some of you may understand this. I received word through the assisted living facility that my Mom and Dad had been living in for several […]

What to know about Florida’s East Coast real estate right now

toy home real estate

| Courtesy of the Flagler County Association of Realtors | Flagler County had a positive increase of 49.7 percent of closed sales from November of 2019 to November 2020. (As posted stats on their website). Additionally, the Median Sale Price increased just over 12 percent year over year. The demand is high based on low-interest […]

Are You Satisfied with Jesus?


| Written by Andrew Wommack | The night before Jesus’ crucifixion, He told His disciples that they knew where He was going and how to get there. Thomas disagreed with Him by saying they didn’t know where He was going, and therefore, they couldn’t know the way. Jesus responded by saying, “I am the way, […]

Andrew Wommack, featured in our Winter Edition, is hosting an event in Florida

Featured in our recent Inspirational section, Andrew Wommack, founder of Andrew Wommack Ministries and Charis Bible College, is continuing to spread the good news of Christianity throughout the country. His accomplishments and ability to inspire those around him are exactly why we chose him to be a part of our Winter Edition and why we […]

Join us for our FIRST virtual Brunch & Learn


We are very excited to announce that our very first VIRTUAL Brunch & Learn is taking place on Tuesday, Feb. 26 at 11 a.m. While we have had gatherings in the various counties for quite some time, we wanted to open these events to a broader audience. Whether you live one county over or hundreds […]

Here is what you should know about the COVID-19 vaccine

senior taking vaccine

The COVID-19 vaccines (there are several types) are probably the most important senior-related topic of this new year. Illnesses caused by the coronavirus are especially dangerous for seniors, often resulting in more acute symptoms, longer recovery times and more frequent hospitalizations. Worst of all, the death rate increases sharply with age, particularly after 65. These […]