What Did I Learn Through My Husband’s Stroke? – a devotional

What Did I Learn Through My Husband’s Stroke? – a devotional

Editor’s Note: This is a guest submission from Sheila Lloyd. Sheila’s husband had a stroke in 2014, and this is part of their story of recovery. Thanks so much, Sheila! WHAT DID I LEARN THROUGH THE STROKE?  How I am more like Jesus because of 

Aint No Mountain High Enough

Aint No Mountain High Enough

However, as I read my daily devotional a sentence jumped from the page and put a very definite check in my spirit. Prepare for a steep climb. I am teaching you a difficult lesson but do not be afraid. I am with you.

Healthy Lessons from Life

Healthy Lessons from Life

My Mom is the reason why I am aware of healthy eating and healthy living. If it was left to me, I would have made colorful meals with gummy bears, peppermint sticks and lollipops. My Mom would take the candy away and remind me how important it was to get my colors from fruits and vegetables rather than candy. I complied but back then, I thought candy was a better choice.

Unwanted Growth

Unwanted Growth

Bad news filled my ears:

“…tumor in your ovary”

 “ Cancer markers elevated in your blood stream…”

 “ another tumor even larger on your colon…”

“ You will need surgery.”

“ We may need to take everything out.”

“ You will forever be marked and changed no matter what.”

“ This started with you wanting a child, that won’t happen.”

“ Getting the bad out of your body is the only thing that matters.”

Social Anxiety & Judging Others

Social Anxiety & Judging Others

Melody is back today to share what I thought was an interesting take on social anxiety — if you have social anxiety, are you constantly judging others?

How My Anatomy Class Taught Me About God

How My Anatomy Class Taught Me About God

I also started the year anxious. Anxious to take what most people consider the hardest class in my major—Human Anatomy. By Maddy Preston

Infertility – Joy In The Darkness

Infertility – Joy In The Darkness

[Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Naima Johnston Bush. Wow. This is an amazing story on infertility, and Naima has also blessed us with a song today! Thank you, Naima, for having the courage to share your story to spur others forward!] I’ve been 

Grateful for My Body

Grateful for My Body

Grateful for My Body [Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Leslie Uffman, who has an amazing fitness and body confidence story to share today! Leslie competed in triathlons (insert horror face emoji, then two “100” emoji’s here), but still wasn’t happy with her 

Healing Your Mind and Body

Healing Your Mind and Body

  Healing Your Mind and Body It’s impossible for us to go through life totally healthy. There are many things that stand in the way of that. Accidents happen, we go through mental health issues, and short-term illnesses crop up. So when you do experience a time when 

A Poison Called Anger

A Poison Called Anger

A Poison Called Anger When I announced my pregnancy, I mentioned that I had recently gone through health issues that I wasn’t ready to talk about. I was still too angry and hurt at the experience that I felt any sharing I could do wouldn’t