One Perfect Life

“For what the Law could not do, weak as it was through the flesh, God did: sending His own Son in the likeness of sinful flesh and as an offering for sin, He condemned sin in the flesh, so that the requirement of the Law might be fulfilled in us, who do not walk according [ keep reading ]

Keeping a Marriage Strong by Giving

We live in an “all about me” kind of world. Television ads, website slogans, billboards, fashion logos and more tempt us to be self-indulgent and satisfy all of our personal desires by seeking immediate gratification and pleasure. The trouble is, that doesn’t always work so well in a marriage. Particularly for those joined in Christian [ keep reading ]

Get Fit for Free

Have you ever seen a commercial for a personal trainer or the latest, greatest, fabulous equipment in a members’ gym with smiling, sweaty people in a row, jumping and pumping to fun, upbeat, retro music, and suddenly felt a great desire to “get in shape?” Our typical knee-jerk reaction when viewing images of people with [ keep reading ]

What’s Wrong With Me–Part 6: Adrenal Fatigue and Holistic Healing

Armed with this new information that I had adrenal fatigue, and knowing that I would not have the support of my regular doctor, I did what all people do nowadays–I checked into Facebook to see if there was an Adrenal Fatigue group. What I found was shocking…the largest Adrenal Fatigue Recovery Group at this time [ keep reading ]

3 Ways to Start a Fitness Routine (That Don’t Involve Joining a Gym)

Gyms have a lot to offer their members, like weight rooms, cardio machines, and group classes for just about every type of fitness you can think of. Some gyms even take it a step further and deck their buildings out with tanning beds and smoothie bars, making that initial $20 sign-up fee look pretty enticing. [ keep reading ]

What’s Wrong With Me? Part 5–Meeting Holly

In July of 2015, I flew to Colorado for a month. Travelling  was stressful because every action– physical and mental– takes a toll on my already-depleted energy stores. Taxing act of travelling aside, the vacation itself afforded me a lovely time. During part of the trip, I had my first session with an Intuitive Healer. Now I know my Christian friends [ keep reading ]

Rebel Without a Cause or Future Leader? Time Will Tell

Note: For simplicity’s sake, the pronoun “he” is used for each singular use of “child.” Ahhh, the adventures of raising a strong-willed child. One minute, you grow weary from the struggle; the next, you look into those determined young eyes and can’t imagine what life would be like without them. Many-the-child-rearing-expert has espoused the benefits [ keep reading ]

Romance that Goes Easy on the Wallet

You’ve heard the advice: Married people with children should strive to take time out as a couple by going on weekly date nights. Yadda, yadda, yadda. The trouble for many is that by the time a baby-sitter is hired, reservations made, movie tickets purchased, the car is filled with gasoline, etc…”date night” ends up breaking [ keep reading ]

What’s Wrong With Me? –Part 4: Disc Herniations and Discectomies

Over the years, I had gotten into the habit of pushing myself constantly…no matter how tired or weak I felt, I wouldn’t allow myself rest when I knew work had to be done. No amount of sleep was leaving me feeling refreshed and rejuvenated. Kids have to be fed, laundry has to be done, and [ keep reading ]

What’s Wrong With Me? –Part 3: Crippling Fatigue and No Answers

In 2012, I was beginning to struggle with my whole self, I wasn’t feeling good physically and I felt stressed and burdened by an ongoing melancholy I couldn’t shake. As I continued to wave away symptoms, I was constantly facing new pressures. The greatest upcoming pressure was our move back stateside. We flew back in [ keep reading ]


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