Caregiver Devotional Give-away


With this Covid-19 crisis now dragging on into mid-July the issues for those in Long Term care have changed from being a temporary adjustment to a near permanent situation. Visits through the window, masks and tearful good-byes are what is now accepted as the new normal. These emotional, physical and spiritual challenges on those who are caregivers and staff are equal to or in some cases even greater than on those in need of care.

I wrote Grace For the Road as a devotional first aid kit to encourage and point you to Jesus Christ the healer and caregiver of us all. Drawing on my three decades of service as a volunteer chaplain I have included as many real life stories as I can. This Monday through Friday you can download the e-book format at the low low price of free! You may follow the link below or search for it on Amazon.com under Grace for the Road: Devotions for Caregivers by Peter Caligiuri.

May God bless you and keep you safe in the palm of His hands!

The Lord bless you and keep you;  the Lord make his face shine on you
 and be gracious to you;  the Lord turn his face toward you and give you peace. Numbers 6:24-25 NIV

5 Comments Add yours

  1. Precious One says:

    I am so thankful I got to this in time – thank you. A sister and I were just talking about how hard it is being a caregiver. I will download and share with her.

    1. pastorpete51 says:

      Great! I pray this will be a blessing. If you miss the giveaway it’s only 99 cents normally. My goal is that as many people as possible can read them.

      1. Precious One says:

        Amen. Once I have read through, I will share with others that I feel will benefit from this as well.

  2. I agree the impact with covid19 has been significant on caregivers and the patients. For us in Sydney, Australia you need an exception for visitation.

    1. pastorpete51 says:

      We have no exceptions here not even for death. We here in Florida are praying for some changes with the fifteen minute tests soon becoming available. It seems unfair that a housecleaner can go in to clean the room but a family member cannot even when they are taking their last breath. But I believe God will work even this together for our good.

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