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God’s goodness gives us the ability to be responsive to others, writes Salina Presbyterian Manor Chaplain Mary Bridges. Her own father embodied this ability, living out the scriptures by freely giving. One Thanksgiving, that meant cleaning and dressing the more than 20 turkeys he raised to give to friends and family.
Most Rolla Presbyterian Manor residents consider thanksgiving a year-round practice rather than an activity reserved for a single day of the year. Daily prayer is a consistent reminder to praise God for his blessings, including loving families, good health, and the excellent care they receive at Presbyterian Manor.
In the more than 20 years Bernadette Royal and Theresa Wood have worked for Rolla Presbyterian Manor, they have both found a great deal to be thankful for, including their family and friends. They are particularly grateful for the way their coworkers pulled together to take care of residents — and each other — despite the challenges presented by COVID-19.
Debbie Klesack brings a wealth of experience to her role as a member of the Mission Committee at Rolla Presbyterian Manor. Her goal? To make the living experience at Presbyterian Manor that it’s a “step up” for every resident who moves in. Click to read more about the work of this vital committee.