No one enjoys hardships, but as much as we want to avoid struggles, they are a reality of life and believers are not exempt. In fact, scripture says we will experience all sorts of trials. My brothers and sisters, consider it nothing but joy when you fall into all sorts of trials, because you … [Read more...] about Count it Joy
You may not think about it every day, but someday you will leave a legacy. Everything you say, every way you act or react, your affections, and your priorities will all contribute to how people will remember you when you are gone. Twenty years ago this week my father died unexpectedly. I remember … [Read more...] about Legacy
When I think about wellness, I am astounded to think that I might have anything to say on the subject. When my husband Jon passed away suddenly, I never thought I would ever be “well” again. I was staring down a black hole... lonely, depressed, and terrified, with no idea how I would survive it. Or … [Read more...] about Brittany, 28, Mother
Kimberly started Well Christian Woman in order to share what true wellness really means, but she's no longer here to share her story. It feels strange as a guy sharing here, but as her husband, I'll do my best to share her story by sharing our story. When I was younger, I really didn’t have a … [Read more...] about Kimberly, OBGYN, Well Christian Woman Founder
(Scroll Down For Women Sharing What It Means To Them To Be Truly Well) There are countless women who have untold experiences, stories and insights about what it means to be Truly Well. Women who have discovered something more than what the world around them defines as wellness. We want to hear their … [Read more...] about What is the True Wellness Project?
I didn’t grow up in a liturgical church tradition and don’t remember our church making a huge deal out of Advent. I do remember lighting candles every week for the four weeks leading up to Christmas, and a short reading each week. It was more of an addition to what felt like an already full order of … [Read more...] about On Advent and Waiting and Hope