June 14, 2018 @ 4:58 PM

We like to be entertained.  Fortunately, Scripture calls for it as part of balanced living (e.g., “A cheerful heart is good medicine ..." (Prov 17:22).  Abundant evidence from social sciences shows its benefits.

Thus, it is right that groups and individuals that visit nursing homes should sing to residents or engage in other activities such as a travelogue or slide show, arts/crafts, demonstration of a hobby, skits, comedy, an interpretive dance, or an instrumental recital.  Good show!    Just so you know, Diana was not made up this way when she was on TV.

Entertainment is commendable as far as it goes.  But should not followers of Christ do more than entertain?  Of course we should, and we ......

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