Monthly Archives: March 2015

Attacking Alzheimer’s

Attacking Alzheimer’s with the Word of God
One Verse at a Time One Day at a Time

Also known as The DADS Project, this endeavor is about tapping into the power and sufficiency of the Word of God to attack one of the most dreaded and fastest growing diseases in the 21st century.

Hebrews 4:12 tells us the Word of God is alive and powerful, sharper than any two edged sword. Joshua 1:8 and Psalm 1:1-3 calls for us to mediate on the Word of God day and night. Ephesians 4:23 and Romans 12:2, calls for us to renew our minds with the Word of God. Scores of verses speak of the power of the truths in the Word of God to freshen, strengthen, clean, and renew our minds.

On Sunday evening, March 29th I will present The DADS Project Workshop; an endeavor focusing on prevention, reversal, and cure of Alzheimer’s disease. Here are the particulars:

  • What:     The DADS Project (a free 75 minute workshop)
  • Where:   Rejoice Church (7540 Davidson Road; Olive Branch) Located North of Goodman Road; turn north at the Murphy station
  • When:    March 29, 2015; 5:30 p.m.

This is a one evening event and no child care will be provided. The workshop consists of a memory evaluation and the presentation of a dynamic way to saturate your mind with the Word of God for maximum benefit. Complete the form below to register for this workshop. 

Register for The DADS Workshop

 

Verification

An optional Q&A time will follow for those wanting to know more about the cure for Alzheimer’s disease and good brain food choices. To read more about Alzheimer’s disease click here. At the workshop, an announcement will be made about future Bible study opportunities.

Needing Help with a Dilemma

Let’s have some fun. What would you do with the following dilemma?

There is a known problem. More than 5 million people currently have the problem in one stage or another. The problem is not currently manifesting itself in those you want to help. The statistics say 50% of your friends and loved ones will fall victim to this problem if they live long enough; it is only a matter of time.

The remedy you have is free, has no side effects, and plenty of benefits. However, because the looming problem is not apparent at this time, the preventative steps are of little interest. What would you do?

To express my appreciation for taking part in this request and offering your feedback, I want to say “Thank you.” You will receive a copy of “How to Add Life to Your Years” after you complete the form below. Thanks again! 

Your feedback

 

Verification

 

Three Groups of People Targeted for Alzheimer’s Project

Alzheimer’s Project: Three Target Groups of People

I invite you to participate in The DADS Project; a strategy with three primary goals: Prevention, Reversal, and Cure of Alzheimer’s disease. With this project, I am seeking to reach three specific groups of people.

  1. People with no memory issues

Many people are living well into their 80s and 90s with the number of people reaching 100+ growing every year. The question is: “What will be the condition of the mind in these years?” Do you desire your mind and brain to be alive, bright, and alert for the last 5, 10, 15 years of your life or be in a condition of not knowing your friends and loved ones. The #1 goal of The DADS Project is prevention of Alzheimer’s disease. Even if you have no memory issues now, I encourage you to attend The DADS Project Workshop. Investing in the health of your brain now could pay rich dividends for years to come.

  1. People with some memory issues

Do any situations like these describe you?

  • You forget where you parked your car at the shopping center
  • You forget the name of a friend or familiar person
  • You forget how to complete what use to be a normal task

If these or similar memory issues describe you, you might be headed toward Alzheimer’s disease. The #2 goal of The DADS Project is reversal of the trend toward Alzheimer’s disease. My desire is to help freshen your mind and your brain and reverse what may be a trend for you.

  1. Caregivers of a victim of Alzheimer’s disease

Those who are already physically and mentally handicapped due to Alzheimer’s disease are not candidates for The DADS Projects. However, for those who are caregivers, you would want to know that the #3 goal of The DADS Project is to see a cure for Alzheimer’s disease. There are amazing things being done these days in the work to find a cure for Alzheimer’s disease. I will share some of this during the workshop. Quite possibly something learned in this workshop will help you help others.

I urge you to participate in a workshop when one is scheduled near you. The time you will invest in this workshop could be one of the most important things you could ever do to care for your mind and your brain. I hope to see you at a workshop soon. Below you will find links to two recordings. Click on the most appropriate one for you to learn more about the dynamics of the workshop.

Scheduled Workshops 

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To know about participating in a workshop click here

Remembering my dad today on his St. Patrick’s Day birthday

2015-03-17 07.02.29Earl Savage

March 17, 1926 – December 30, 2014

Some of the many ways his family and friends remember him: An American through and through, a soldier, a veteran, a husband, a truck driver, a Christian, a fellow church member, a gardner, a cattleman, a good friend, a father-in-law, a grandfather, a great grandfather, Papaw, and to Sherrill Mayse and me – our Dad.