Today is the best day to try something new.
Back when you were busy raising a family or tending to your career, what were the things you told yourself you’d do when you had more time?
Write a novel?
Laura Ingalls Wilder didn’t publish her first Little House book until she was 65.
Take up painting?
Grandma Moses and Grandma Layton didn’t start their artistic careers until they were 78 and 68.
Go skydiving for the first time?
The oldest first time skydiver, Al Blaschke, didn’t make the leap until he was over 103.
There’s never been a better time to pursue one of your long-term interests or experience something new.
And there’s never been a better way to start, than by making a move to Baptist Retirement Community where Purpose is one of our key promises.
Here you’ll discover a retirement lifestyle that adds meaning to your life. We feature a variety of programs and events along with interesting neighbors who are busy following their own interests.
You can pursue your lifelong learning goals at one of the local colleges or universities by taking an art history class or working on your short story skills. We even have our network of Buckner International Ministries which can provide you with travel and volunteer opportunities around the globe.
At Baptist Retirement Community, the world can literally be as big as you want it to be.
To learn more about our purpose-filled lifestyle, fill out the form on this page.