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Is Self-care Counterintuitive?

Most of us would agree that self-care is important, and if we think about it long enough, most of us would also agree that it should be a priority. The key word there is “should”, but so often self-care is not. Self-care is any activity that we do deliberately in order to take care of [...]

By | November 7th, 2017|Wellness|Comments Off on Is Self-care Counterintuitive?

The Ten Guiding Lights to Health and Wholeness: God’s Call to Relationship & Wholeness

There are so many books on health and wellness. There are so many different approaches, schools of thoughts, beliefs—that the journey to health and wellness can be a frustrating one for some. Moreover, health and wellness can become challenging when the church begins to tap into some of these ideas. As the church, we need [...]

By | September 21st, 2017|Health and Wellness Bible Study|Comments Off on The Ten Guiding Lights to Health and Wholeness: God’s Call to Relationship & Wholeness

Is Your Life on Hold?

An elderly couple met their demise in an auto accident and were transported to Heaven. The faithful couple were recognized by St. Peter and escorted into the welcome center, where they began to take in all the wonder and amazement of the place. St. Peter pointed out the food court and told them that they [...]

By | March 30th, 2017|Health and Wellness Bible Study|Comments Off on Is Your Life on Hold?

The Seven Disciplines of Wellness, Surina Ann Jordan , PhD

Surina Ann Jordan, ©2013, p. 170 I got out of the runner’s block slowly with this book, The Seven Disciplines of Wellness by Dr. Surina Ann Jordan. But once I got past the second discipline, I was like an Usain Bolt. I could hardly put down this book. In fact, I found out the best [...]

By | March 23rd, 2015|Book Reviews|Comments Off on The Seven Disciplines of Wellness, Surina Ann Jordan , PhD

A Path to Wellness

“At each month’s visit, I remember my doctor being very surprised at how well I was doing especially since I refused to go on the steroids he had recommended along with the other medication”….Read more on A Path to Wellness by Anoinette Bellman in LiveLiving Christian Health and Wellness eMagazine, pages 18-19.

By | February 17th, 2010|Wellness|0 Comments

The Family on the Endangered List

I was six years old when my great grandfather and great grandmother passed away. I remember it clearly because it was seemingly so tragic. My great grandfather had a heart attack and passed away on a Saturday. My great grandmother died the following Monday after lapsing into a comma following a stroke. The deaths were [...]

By | November 12th, 2008|Health|0 Comments