Combatting Loneliness With Courage
Combatting Loneliness With Courage
Cheryl Silvera · Oct 16 4 minute read

Are you among the millions worldwide feeling lonely right now? Know that you are not alone in this emotion. The unprecedented times that we are living in have left so many feeling lonely. I know this may seem like a small comfort right now, but I want to share some good news. Let’s explore the loneliness experience and ways to...

Fasting: Part 3
Fasting: Part 3
Franklin V. Cobos II · Oct 7 7 minute read

For fasting to be widely adopted, it must be convenient, relatively painless, and yet also obviously beneficial in a short amount of time. That’s what I tried to do with the...

Miracles Come in “Cans”
Miracles Come in “Cans”
Vicki Griffin · Sep 17 5 minute read

In every human heart, there are longings for release from inner troubles: addiction, chronic worry, anger, fear, or depression. There are longings for healing from difficult relationships, for courage to go on in the face of loss, maybe multiple losses.

The Whole Person
The Whole Person
Polly Van Sluytman-Cornelius · Sep 1 2 minute read

The laws of health are principles that include the whole person. We are multidimensional, and speaking of the relationship existing between the mind and body, we are told that “when one is affected, the other sympathizes.”

Silence the Critic
Silence the Critic
Cheryl Silvera · Aug 31 4 minute read

Have you ever been scared with a sense of impending doom? Your chest tightens as your heart pounds from the jolt of adrenaline that is pumping. You experience dizziness, sweaty palms, tingling, and...

Fasting: Part 2
Fasting: Part 2
Franklin V. Cobos II · Aug 27 4 minute read

Most people have either never fasted, have tried and had difficulty in some way, or haven’t successfully fasted in a very long time. What follows is an example that I hope will be instructional for anyone who falls into those broad categories.

Fasting: Part 1
Fasting: Part 1
Franklin V. Cobos II · Aug 20 3 minute read

In Mark chapter 9, Christ’s disciples were surprised (and probably publicly shamed) by their inability to cast out a demon. They then privately asked Jesus to explain their problem.

The Importance of Diet: A Look at the Life of Daniel
The Importance of Diet: A Look at the Life of Daniel
Ashley Perry · Aug 12 4 minute read

Approximately 600 years before Jesus was born, a young man named Daniel was taken captive by the Babylonians, along with some of his friends. They were part of the Jewish aristocracy of Jerusalem, and most likely watched their parents die in the destruction that fell upon their city.

Moved with Compassion
Moved with Compassion
Vicki Griffin · Aug 6 2 minute read

Many times the Bible says that Jesus was "moved with compassion." The Latin root of compassion has a different meaning than sympathy or pity. It means co-suffering. Christ did not just feel "sorry for" but He felt "sorry with" the ones with whom He came in contact.

Be Well — A Radical Transformation
Be Well — A Radical Transformation
Franklin V. Cobos II · Jul 21 2 minute read

The word radical can have a negative connotation, especially given today’s sociopolitical climate. It can be used to describe different or daring — and at times dangerous — departures from traditional values or behavioral norms. But “radical” doesn’t always have to be viewed as something bad.

Health Reform? Is It Necessary?
Health Reform? Is It Necessary?
Ashley Perry · Jul 8 6 minute read

The mere mention of the words “Health Reform” tends to evoke two reactions. Some of us unconsciously sigh, aware that there are much-needed changes in health that we are neglecting to make.

Coronavirus: Care in a Crisis
Coronavirus: Care in a Crisis
Vicki Griffin · Jul 1 6 minute read

When Coronavirus reached pandemic proportions, COVID-19 and its viral relatives — generated fear, sickness, and death, affecting the lives of millions worldwide. In this virus we have experienced the fear of the unknown — it’s course; and fear of the known — its consequences.