Posts Tagged ‘Faith’

Developing Hospitality

As I sat down to broach this topic of hospitality, I laughed to myself, as I’m not often hospitable. How can I write about something I don’t excel in? I began to reflect on someone who exhibits hospitality. Instantly Evon McDonald came to mind. I know Evon through Young Living, and I’ve been a guest of…

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Growing and Thriving Where We are Planted

Quite a few weeks ago when it was still pleasant to be outside I tried to spend as much time as possible enjoying the great weather since I knew that when it disappeared it would be gone for months.  So, during that time period, my husband came home for lunch one day and I suggested…

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Essential Oils for Jesus’ Burial and the Grieving

You do realize God is amazing, don’t you? Today, the Saturday prior to Resurrection Sunday, I was listening to David Phelps sing “He’s Alive.” This song is told from Peter’s viewpoint after the crucifixion: he’s hiding in the Upper Room from both the despair of denying and losing Jesus and the fear of being found…

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Emotional Subluxations

By Dr. Shawnda Camp I was first introduced to chiropractic following an auto accident where I was rear-ended on the highway by a semi on my way to school. It terrified me to drive on the highway and especially next to large trucks for several years. After two years of being a patient, my chiropractor…

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Three Chairs

Leif Hetland of Bethel Church once taught a message regarding three chairs. I’ve often thought of and quoted this message, but I want to share God’s latest variation, really furtherance of my understanding, regarding it. The three chairs are a representation of the spiritual lives people live. There’s a chair for everyone. The first chair…

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Thoughts of a Raindrop Technique Facilitator

What is Raindrop? A raindrop treatment is extremely relaxing, and you can almost see the stress fall off the receiver. A measurable difference of proper alignment can often be seen in the before and after measurements of people. It is a very simple, yet powerful, technique that can transform your family’s wellness. The technique combines…

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What Will You Choose?

Love is a choice not a feeling/emotion. It does not promise easy or rosy. If we continue to choose love it does get better. If I choose love it is much easier to have joy. If I choose more joy it is much easier to be at peace. If I choose to walk in peace…

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Physical Symptoms, Emotional Roots

Physical symptoms, emotional roots. I can hear you now: Really? Yes, really. I’ve been a member of Young Living for 3 ½ years. For the first 18 months, I used Young Living reactively. If there was something physical that needed attention, I supported that function with oils. I was perfectly happy in that arena, my…

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Who’s the Gatekeeper?

Sometimes the Lord wakes me up with a research topic. He did the other morning…I spent just a little time thinking about it from time to time – here, there, once while doing the Raindrop Technique on a client, and then again yesterday. The word was “Gatekeeper.” Really great word. As I pondered this I…

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Role Models

What shapes who you are? Such a simple question, though the answer is typically very complex. Throughout our lives, a multitude of things shape and re-shape who we are, as our lives are a continual process of change and personal growth. Philippians 1:6 tells us that God is constantly at work in our lives to…

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