Paula Sarver believes that life is a journey meant to be shared and lived in the richness of kindness, compassion, and joy that only comes from above. She’s has a Master’s degree in education and has worked in the public school system for 27 years focusing on helping struggling students, building their capacity to become successful adults reaching their potential. She resides in Knoxville, TN with her loving husband, Daniel. They have two adult boys, Stephen and Jacob.
Her passion is serving Christ, spreading the news of how much each of us is unconditionally loved by our Father in heaven. She has learned more about Christ as she has work with both youth and adults in the church through the years. Women’s Bible Studies is one of her favorite groups to lead. She has served in Christian leadership roles at church and within other ministries. She is a Certified Lay Speaker in the Methodist Church, serving as a substitute preacher when called upon. She was born in Texas, grew up in South Louisiana, and now calls Tennessee home.
To relax, Paula likes to cook and bake. She cherishes time spent with family, especially enjoying the natural beauty of God’s creation with them.
An Introspective Journey
More than 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s Disease, an irreversible, progressive brain disorder that slowly destroys memory and thinking skills, and eventually the ability to carry out the simplest tasks. Nearly two-thirds of those people are women.
Beverly Mire is one of those women.
There are 16 million caregivers of people living with Alzheimer’s Disease and other dementias in the United States.
Paula Sarver is one of those caregivers.
This is their story.
A must read by anyone who has a family member with Alzheimer’s or family history of the disease.