About Gail

Gail Boyle, the Family Caregivers’ Coach

Here’s more about me and why I love to work with caregivers.

I have been singing in nursing homes since I was in high school. I loved ministering to the residents through music, watching their spirits come alive and blessing them with programs that helped them forget, while remembering where they were when they first heard a song.

My love of music led me to a Bachelor of Music degree from UBC (Vancouver, BC), and my search for authentic Christianity led to theological studies at Regent College (Vancouver) and Prairie Graduate School (Three Hills, Alberta).

In 2001 I was ordained by the Congregational Christian Churches in Canada.

I pastored a church for many years in northern Ontario. This church released me to take my gift of singing to many nursing homes within a 200 mile radius. I interacted with dozens of caregivers struggling under the weight of care.

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What I didn’t know was I was soon to join them in caring for both my parents. My caregiving journey gave me enormous compassion for this unsung group of heroes that volunteer countless hours caring for their loved ones.

My passion is to support overwhelmed Christian family caregivers to courageously navigate the marathon of care and finish strong.

In order to help them with their heroic task, I coach and mentor caregivers. I also create products to encourage spirituality: video hymns, audio hymns, scriptures and hymn packs. You will find these in the Resource section of my website. Many of these products are also used for hymn sings in nursing homes, hospitals, palliative care, hospices and churches.

No one can really understand the marathon of care unless they have run it. Caregivers need someone who has run the marathon of care already to come alongside and run the marathon with them.


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That’s what I do.

I run the marathon of care with you through coaching and create products to enhance the journey for you and your loved one.

I help caregivers to finish the race without regrets; to know that they have honored their loved one and successfully escorted them into the arms of their heavenly Father, and they will hear, “Well done, good and faithful servant.”