Home RECENT RADIO SHOWS Who Will be the Hero of your Story?: Long Term Care Weaknesses

Who Will be the Hero of your Story?: Long Term Care Weaknesses

2 Corinthians 12:9 says, “But he said to me, “My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.” Therefore I will boast all the more gladly about my weaknesses, so that Christ’s power may rest on me.”  It is hard for people to admit that they might need long term care one day; it means they will be weak. While people have no problem accepting they are going to die, and know that life insurance will be needed in this situation, it is much harder to accept the idea of becoming reliant on someone else in their old age.

Robby really talks this week about how his dad is handling this situation. He is vulnerable and needs help from others, and accepting this has lead to some beautiful conversations between Robby and him. Robby can see God’s strength in these moments.

This situation has made Robby consider who is going to be his caregiver. He knows his wife will step in out of love and commitment, but many caregivers then become completely ignorant of their own needs. Robby does not want that for her. Long term care insurance, most with the option of paying for some home health care, would give Robby’s wife a choice. She could get someone to come to the home to have relief and be able to care for herself.

Even though people can afford this care without insurance, they are much less likely to accept it when they are the ones paying for it. Robby’s dad kicked the hired nurses out of his house. You have to plan this journey out, and not just at the financial level, at the emotional level too, in order to make sure all your loved ones are taken care of.

Don’t forget to get your copy of “The Complete Cardinal Guide to Planning for and Living in Retirement” on Amazon or on CardinalGuide.com for free!

You can contact Hans and Cardinal by emailing hans@cardinalguide.com or calling 919-535-8261. Learn more at CardinalGuide.com.

Finishing Well
Finishing Wellhttps://www.cardinalguide.com/finishing-well/
Retirement planning involves a lot more than just managing your money. This show is the complete guide to planning for and living in retirement, helping families finish well. Host Hans Scheil will discuss a new topic every week ranging from Social Security and Medicare to IRAs and taxes. Follow along each week by downloading the corresponding chapters below for free! New episodes air: Finishing Well Schedule on Truth Network
- Advertisment -

Recent Posts

Discover God’s Steadfast Love For Us!

A writer may use a word over and over to emphasize its importance. And throughout the hundreds of psalms in the Old Testament, one...

10.22.20 Revisiting the Noahide Laws

The Line of Fire Radio Broadcast for 10/22/20.

A Worthy Walk, Part 2

Becoming a People of Grace: An Exposition of Ephesians

“This Is about Us!”

Jesus told stories not to entertain His audience but to clarify His teaching. Join us on Truth For Life as Alistair Begg helps us understand Christ’s parable about a landlord who mistreated his tenants—and the resulting perilous judgment. Listen...

The Excuses of a World Changer: Moses and the Burning Bush

Moses spotted something unusual: a bush that was burning but was not consumed. As he approached, God Himself spoke to Moses! Thursday on A...

Finding Your Priorities Part 1

As members of the body of Christ we have a mission to fulfill, and a disciplined use of our resources is key to getting God’s work done. Let’s look at how to determine our priorities, and then, how to live by them. Click here to l

Two-Thirds Is Not Enough – Part B

Thomas Jefferson. Martin Luther King Jr. Winston Churchill. C.S. Lewis. All outstanding men with amazing life stories, but in all of history, one biography stands out above the rest.The Biography of Godgives an in depth look at His character and nature, and delves into the theological and personal profile of our Heavenly Father. As this series searches the scriptures to lead the believer to a discovery of who God is and how He is sensitive to the human condition, it will both lift up and humble at the same time.

%d bloggers like this: