GlenGlenn Ward, Director of Missions
 
                                                       
                                     
                                       PLANNING FOR LIFE AND RETIREMENT

                What do you do when a loved one dies who had no plans for end-of-life issues, funeral arrangements, or other such decisions?  How do you know how to make decisions regarding retirement living—independent retirement communities, assisted living, memory-care facilities and rest homes?  Do you know who receives your estate if you do not have a will?  How can you make sure that your wishes are carried out once you are no longer capable of making decisions?
 
                Do these questions leave you wondering about how to arrive at good answers?  On Saturday, January 26, 2019, there will be a seminar at the Lake Granbury Conference Center, 621 E. Pearl Street, Granbury,  that will feature four sessions discussing topics which will help answer these and other related questions.  The doors will open at 7:30 am for registration and refreshments.  The opening session will begin at 8:00 with a brief overview and welcome.  The scheduled closing time is 12:15.  There will be exhibitors and opportunities to visit with presenters during a question and answer time, as well as following the conclusion.  Door prizes will also be awarded throughout the morning.
 
The session topics that will be addressed are listed here:

                1.   Having the “other talk” with children, or parents, about wishes for health care, long-term care, end-of-life                             issues (funerals, memorials, etc.) thereby lessening stress on family members when that time comes.
                2.   Navigating Retirement Communities, from independent living, to assisted living, to long-term care facilities,                         memory- care and nursing homes.
                3.   Protecting Your Estate.  Preparation and execution of key estate-related documents (wills, trusts, durable                           power of attorney, medical power of attorney, etc.)
                4.   Medicare, Medicaid, Social Security.  What is available from government programs and how to apply for                             and receive the benefits.
 
                This event is planned and provided by the Paluxy Baptist Association, an organization of Baptist Churches in this area.  It is our desire to provide helpful and important information to the citizens of our communities as a ministry.  We would be delighted to have you as our guest at this event. There is no charge to attend. 
 
               We believe that our churches exist to be a blessing and to minister to the people living in our communities—not the other way around!  You may pre-register by going to our website: www.paluxybaptist.org, and click on “Events.”

                If you have questions or would like more information, please call our office at 817-579-5111. 

                                                                                       I’m so glad to be your DOM,
                                                                                                         Glenn
 
Paluxy Baptist Association | 1844 Acton Highway, Granbury, Texas 76049 | 817-579-5111
 
 
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