As Christians, we spend lots of time on the unseen world. But what about our bodies? Is it un-spiritual to care for one’s own body? Dr. Ken Hemphill’s authored Well 2 Serve. His book brings facts gleaned from extensive research.
Homeschoolers need preparation too.
June Hunt, licensed counselor and founder of Hope for the Heart Ministries, shares the heartbreak of domestic abuse. One in three women will suffer domestic abuse. June shares how to get free.
Deeply insecure, Lori Hynson hid that behind her SuperGal persona and tried to run everything…until it all crashed. She tells about the guilt, anger and resentment. Listen to her story and learn to trust God with things you can’t handle.
Are you open or not open? Lisa Cherry gives her advice on the invisible culture war we face as we raise our children. She and her husband founded Frontier Families to ensure parents have the needed tools to face the changing norms in our country. See www.frontierfamilies.org for more information.
Women are the most common victim of domestic abuse and they are refuse to report what they suffer. How can a woman break these invisible chains and gain freedom? Jeenie Gordon, counselor, and Susan Osborn, writer, reach out to hurting women to offer hope. Click here to get a copy.
Bible teacher, Deborah Buckingham shares ‘nourishment’ from the Bible.