The apostle Paul has something to say about your spiritual and physical health.
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Corrie ten Boom learned some powerful lessons while in a Nazi concentration camp.
How do you overcome when you know what you should do but don't want to do it?
Emotional and physical weight are often intertwined.
Christians have always known the value of generosity. Now science is finally catching up.
"How can you pull down strongholds of Satan if you don't even have the strength to turn off your TV?"
Our God is still in the miracle-working business. Share this if you agree!
Set your children up for success this school year.
With God, all things are possible. Don't let this tell you otherwise.
The gift of no is a small price to pay for what you gain in the freedom of choice.
Satan is powerless unless we give the keys of our lives over to him.
Our country's weight problems are only getting worse.
Research is proving these benefits true.
And there's research to back this up.
My husband and I have prayed. My Christian friends have prayed. But I still have the condition.
If the thought of going to the gym or out for a run stresses you out to the point you don't even want to go, you're not alone.
"Children need fathers; they're very important. They play an economic role, but also provide love and attention, stability and cohesion, and they're role models."
Waging the war to get free from sugar and food addictions feels like an even more taxing than the possibility of losing our lives.
What do you take for the mind and spirit—two of the other parts of you that greatly affect your overall well-being?
It's a myth that it is impossible to succeed at weight loss. You can succeed by finding God's pathway to healing.