How Sleep Protects Your Health

In our ceaseless striving to be high achievers and uber productive, those of us living in the industrialized world have altered the human body’s natural cycles in ways that are having serious impacts on our health. The National Sleep Foundation (https://sleepfoundation.org) reports that as many as one in five Americans get less than six hours…

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12 Most Dangerous Foods

Our wellbeing depends on making healthy choices on a regular basis. Positive habits such as getting enough water, sleep, exercise; nurturing positive relationships; managing stress, and, of course, eating unprocessed nutritious food all work together to keep our immune system strong so it can effectively resist disease. Knowing what to eat and what to stay…

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The Rewards of Praise and Trust

In the book of Acts 16:16 – 38, the apostle Paul and his companion, Silas, find themselves imprisoned in a Macedonian dungeon after having been attacked by a mob, stripped and then severely beaten. Their “crime” had been preaching the Word, strengthening the churches and coming against demonic strongholds in people’s lives. Instead of blessing,…

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The Polio Virus that Kills Cancer

Duke University in North Carolina is on the verge of being granted “breakthrough status” by the Federal Drug Administration (FDA). The breakthrough is not for academics but a groundbreaking treatment of glioblastoma, the most aggressive and deadliest of brain cancers that can kill in a matter of months. For the past year, physician/scientists at Duke’s…

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Wilderness Blessings

There are times in the Christian life when we walk through a wilderness experience. God’s voice seems far away. We cannot turn back but have no clear vision for moving forward. The temptation to feel abandoned and despairing will be very real. This scenario in Genesis 16-21 describes how Hagar, Abraham and Sarah’s servant girl…

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