“We should not be concerned about what others might think about our outward appearance. Our focus should be what does God think about the temple we have given Him to dwell in and does it point others to see God within us”  — Julie BruceContinue Reading

If you were to ask Google to define worry, you’d get a definition such as: “give way to anxiety or unease; allow one’s mind to dwell on difficulty or troubles.” We stew and dwell on things, often beyond our control to the point that anxiety sets in and then we can’t sleep. Job performance decreases. Family problems begin to brew. Our health takes a hit. Yet, the Bible tells us that we should “cast all our cares on Him for He cares for us” (1 Peter 5:7). Continue Reading

As we pray, study God’s Word, and sing praise songs, our anxiety, stress, and depression levels are lowered because our focus is on Christ who is always in control of our circumstances rather than focusing on our problems and difficulties. Continue Reading

When we are spiritually healthy, our central point of focus remains on God and not ourselves.Continue Reading

Being healthy spiritual can provide us with many benefits, such as better mood, less anxiety, less depression, fewer aches and illnesses, knowledge that God is in control of all things, a sense of purpose and meaning, provides a means of understanding suffering, provides connection with other people of faith, and helps our central point of focus remain on God rather than ourselves.Continue Reading