Tag Archives: Health

Moving Article by Gordon MacDonald on How a Loving Bible Teacher Prepared Him for His Latest Health Challenge

I love the writing of Gordon MacDonald. I owe that man a debt of gratitude. I heard about his health condition today and will be praying for a full recovery for him as he has a benign tumor in his brain that will have to be removed. Gordon wrote this powerful piece for Christianity TodayContinue Reading

Mother Talks About The Blessing of Her Blind Baby Boy

This is really touching… I don’t know if it was because I saw this super late at night after a tiring day of working on our bathroom or what but I nearly shed a tear.Continue Reading

A Must Read Post – Blaming God for Cancer

I ran across a blog last week that I wanted to share with you all. It is a blog by Ryan Woods who is a minister and church planter in Vancouver, Washington. He has terminal cancer and is sharing his thoughts along the way. Ryan is a young guy who has a lot to shareContinue Reading

Seasonal Flu Beats Swine Flu 36,000 to 1

Did you know that influenza kills 36,000 annually in the U.S.? The swine flu has killed 1 in the U.S. I know which one I am more concerned about. Link. I wonder when the World Health Organization is going to put regular influenza at level 6. Dr. Jonathan Fielding put it this way – “GivenContinue Reading

Sex Ed is Not Working – 1 in 4 Teenage Girls Have at Least 1 STD

There is a tremendous push to have us believe all we need is more sex education in the schools. With this new study out showing that 25% of teenage girls between 14-19 are infected with at least 1 sexually transmitted disease it is clearer than ever that sex ed just isn’t working. 15% of thoseContinue Reading

So Many Connections and So Little Connection

How many ways can someone contact you during any given day?  We have more ways to be connected than ever before: phones, cell phones, pagers, email, faxes, letters, internet (including blogging, facebook, myspace, classmates.com, del.icio.us, flickr, friendster, LinkedIn, Twitter, Xanga, and about 500 other options…). We have never had this many ways to find peopleContinue Reading

The Disease of Convenience

I have often thought of Type II Diabetes as the “Disease of Convenience.” That is more to keep myself from eating the things that will take me that route than it is entirely true. When I am in a rush I tend to eat and drink things that are not the best for me. ThatContinue Reading

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