New dementia-friendly Bible study: The Lord’s Prayer

Yesterday a reader asked if I had a dementia-friendly Bible study on the Lord’s Prayer (“Our Father, who art in heaven…”). Surprisingly, I didn’t!

But I knew I had some notes on the subject from one of my Lenten worship services. So I took those notes and turned them into this Bible study on the Lord’s Prayer.

You can use this in a group setting or even one-on-one. It’s fairly long, so feel free to skip sections and use only the parts that resonate with you and are appropriate for the time and energy of your loved one with dementia.

Any other resources you’d like to see? Let me know in the comments below.

Peace be with you,

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3 thoughts on “New dementia-friendly Bible study: The Lord’s Prayer

  1. Steve Bosley says:

    Thanks

    On Thu, Feb 13, 2020, 8:21 AM Spiritual Eldercare wrote:

    > Elisa Bosley posted: ” Yesterday a reader asked if I had a > dementia-friendly Bible study on the Lord’s Prayer (“Our Father, who art in > heaven…”). Surprisingly, I didn’t! But I knew I had some notes on the > subject from one of my Lenten worship services. So I took those not” >

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  2. Jolene M. Young says:

    Elisa – This is wonderful! Yes – I certainly can use this. You have broken it down into easy to understand phrases.

    I thank God for you!

    Blessings, Jolene Young

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