Health care is much more than X-rays and pills—and God, Health, and Happiness shows the close relationship between your physical health and your spiritual well-being. Written by Dr. G. Scott Morris, founder of the Church Health Center in Memphis, America’s largest faith-based clinic for the uninsured, this new paperback edition puts a human face on the hot topic of health care. Making the argument that healing—both physical and spiritual—is a key aspect of the Christian faith, God, Health, and Happiness provides both a biblical framework for wellness and encouraging real-life stories of those who found a better life within the overarching love of God. Continue reading
Depression is a serious condition—and 40 Days to Better Living: Depression provides clear, manageable steps for people to manage it, through life-changing attitudes and actions. Readers can select one or more elements of the 7-step Model for Healthy Living—Faith, Medical, Movement, Work, Emotional, Family and Friends, and Nutrition—and follow the 40-day plan to improve their lives, just a bit, day by day. With plenty of practical advice, biblical encouragement, and stories of real people who’ve taken the same journey, this book—from the Church Health Center in Memphis, the largest faith-based clinic of its type in the U.S.—may be one of the most important books your customers will read this year.
First off, AppleBlossom is fine. Getting better I would say. Starting with a good bit of congestion and then some last Friday moving on to a cough by Sunday including a weekend pediatrician clinic visit. Then moving into a runny nose, and a horrible cough and coming off into croup and miserable pain. My poor baby. So with a couple pediatrician visits, 3:00 AM freaked out calls to the nurse debating a trip to the ER an antibiotic, steroid anti-inflammatory, cough elixir, cough suppressant, and pain medicine later… we’re doing a bit better. But I will tell you that impetigo, croup and an upper respiratory infection are not fun for mama or baby.
Then there is the Enginerd. He has a horrible upper respiratory infection and not stop cough as well. As for myself. I’m not sick, just pregnant!
A Wake-Up Story is a must-see video for every parent and anyone that cares about the health and development of children. Watch it. Share it. Join the movement. www.Awakeupstory.org Created by Alpheus Media (www.alpheusmedia.com) Tweet
The Story of Cosmetics, released on July 21st, 2010 at storyofcosmetics.org, examines the pervasive use of toxic chemicals in our everyday personal care products, from lipstick to baby shampoo. Produced by Free Range Studios and hosted by Annie Leonard, the seven-minute film reveals the implications for consumer and worker health and the environment, and outlines ways we can move the industry away from hazardous chemicals and towards safer alternatives. The film concludes with a call for viewers to support legislation aimed at ensuring the safety of cosmetics and personal care products. Continue reading