The Sandwich Generation brings you conversations about caring for aging parents while still raising children.
Cathy Nolan – Finding Peace While at War
Jesus, the Prince of Peace began the Father’s rescue mission on a quiet night at Bethlehem. Through his life, death and resurrection he secured our victory over sin and death. The Church applies the Grace of His victory to latter generations. Nevertheless, the Devil is still very dangerous. A liar and a murderer from the beginning, he and his minions continue to take many captives.
In this time of unprecedented corruption and cowardice, our Lady comes to gather an army. And as we choose sides, it would be good to remember that the Virgin never loses.
Host of www.marytv.tv and mother of 8, grandmother of 32, and now a great grandmother, our guest Cathy Nolan knows something about a mother’s heart and shares with us some of Our Lady’s battle plans.
Experiencing God’s peace has always been our objective, and with this last show of our series, we leave you in good hands as we commend you to the Holy Family. Have a blessed new year.
Rob Amico and Amber Paluzzi – Regain your Balance this Advent and Christmas
People speak of “Life Balance” between career and personal, some even give a bow to the spiritual by recommending things like Yoga. Such is the state of affairs in the world right now. We know that relationships are the key to our happiness, and it is them that we want to keep in balance – love for God and others. One of the ways to help our elderly get to Church and family gatherings is by helping them restore their physical balance. Our guests, Rob Amico and Amber Paluzzi of Fyzical Therapy & Balance Centers give us some helpful advice.
Fr. Christopher Lapp – Let St. Joseph coach you up this Christmas
As the Year of St. Joseph draws to a close, Fr. Christopher Lapp, Pastor of St. Joseph Church in Mishawaka, Indiana gives us some advice for keeping this great saint involved with our lives and those our families for years to come.
Megan Rogers – SHIP is ready to sail
Megan Rogers is a volunteer supervisor for the Northwest Region of SHIP, a federally-funded service staffed by over 400 volunteers in the State of Indiana who provide unbiased information and assistance on Medicare which is something that affects everyone age 65 and over. Learn how to get the care you and health insurance coverage your loved ones need and maybe even save money in the process.
DK Raymer – Asking For Help
Why is it so difficult to say the words “I need help?” DK Raymer gives good advice for restoring ourselves and our communities after a crisis.
Dr. Joe Brickner – Building Winning Teams
Author of “So You Want To Be A Coach…”, Dr. Joe Brickner discusses bringing out the best in others as a corporate manager and later as the head basketball coach for his alma mater Benedictine College. Visit his website at www.DrJoeBrickner.comfor more of his work and podcasts.