Noteworthy: Nutritionist and Author Ann Louise Gittleman

As a nutrition and health care professional, I hold Ann Louise Gittleman in high regard. Her career as a health and nutrition pioneer spans more than 3 decades. Her wealth of knowledge and healing wisdom has revolutionized the way my colleagues and I approach nutrition. I was honored to sit down with her and discuss [ keep reading ]

I Lerv Yer

My kids and I were watching an episode of “Once Upon a Time” and the season finale provided one delicious moment of awkwardness when the main female character decides to profess her love for her man, Captain Hook. For some reason, I had to pause the show at the very moment she was going to [ keep reading ]

Going Holistic–What’s Good for Your Heart: Part 1

In recent articles, we’ve covered a lot about what’s good for the body. It seems easy for us to accept that a few dietary changes and some supplements should get us on the path to restored health. However, this is rarely the case. The reason? We are spiritual beings with powerful thoughts that either hurt or [ keep reading ]

Happy and Fit: My Journey with a Personal Trainer

At the heaviest weight of my life I topped the scale at nearly 300 pounds. While this is not a healthy weight for pretty much anyone, all of those pounds were hanging on to my 5’4” frame, making things especially uncomfortable. Having been overweight the vast majority of my life and never one for even [ keep reading ]

Societal Whims

“Everyone who hears these words of Mine and does not act on them, will be like a foolish man who built his house on the sand. The rain fell, and the floods came, and the winds blew and slammed against that house; and it fell—and great was its fall.”-Matthew 7:26-27 I was reading an article in [ keep reading ]

The Birth of Halloween and Are We Going to Hell for Celebrating It? Part 1

Some people just LOVE Halloween…you know who they are: you walk through your neighborhood and they have every imaginable Halloween decoration planted on their lawn. They’re also the ones that go all out on Halloween costumes. I personally love, Love, LOVE the decorations and costumes, but as a Christian I’ve witnessed this holiday receiving a major [ keep reading ]

3 Reasons Audiobooks Should Be Your Hottest Accessory This Summer

On the fence about audiobooks? Sadly, I’ve met quite a few people who still can’t shake that image of their weird uncle listening to crazy political audiobooks at the family reunion, but I beg you, give audiobooks the chance they deserve. In fact, forget about the cute sundresses and $1 Old Navy Flip Flop sales, [ keep reading ]

It’s Your Responsibility

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] “You don’t flirt when he looks good. You flirt when you look good.” I remember seeing this headline above an image of a girl admiring herself in the mirror on the glossy page of the magazine many years ago. I think it was advertising jeans, but I honestly don’t remember. But that particular statement [ keep reading ]

David Versus Goliath – Vice Media Files Lawsuit Against Christian Marketing Agency

Vice media filed a lawsuit earlier this week, claiming copyright infringements on its in-house marketing agency called “Virtue Worldwide.” The lawsuit was filed against Christian marketing company Virtue Marketing LLC, claiming the small business is trying to leech off the success of its brand. We thought this sounded a little far-fetched, and because we happen [ keep reading ]

Waffle Day: How to make Red Velvet Waffles

For some reason, waffles always remind me of vacation. Maybe it’s because I associate them with hotels where you can make your own waffles for breakfast. So when I make them at home, it always feels like a special occasion. These waffles would be perfect for a holiday or celebration, or any time you want [ keep reading ]

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