Opinion

Technology gap adds to seniors’ COVID stress

Other Side of 50

Early on, when COVID vaccine appointments first became available for seniors age 75-plus, the online application asked the user to select their insurance. Most seniors have Medicare and selected that option. Next, they were instructed to upload a copy of their Medicare card. Calls were coming in to Senior Concerns, “I am trying to make an appointment for a vaccine, […]

Answering the question ‘What would Jesus do?’

Roots of Faith

To answer the question “What would Jesus do?” one must first examine what he did. The phrase is from the 1896 novel “In His Steps” by Baptist preacher Charles Sheldon, who wrote the chapters as a sermon series for his church. The phrase reappeared in the 1990s in the form of its initials, WWJD, inscribed on bracelets for young people. […]


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