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Blog Entry | Technology >
6 months ago I began a much unanticipated journey towards emotionally healthy spirituality.  I connected with Pete Scazzero who was in need of some digital communication support for his ministry Emotionally Healthy Spirituality in New York.  I was excited about the opportunity to serve this ministry that was on the verge of great break through, but little did I know that the ministry would transform me far more that I would transform it. While»
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Can’t We All Just Get Along: Family Dynamics in the Church
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
If, as of late, my emotional health were one huge kicked-down brick wall, all scattered and messy, then these days you will find me putting all the bricks in their rightful place, maybe for the first time.  I feel like I’m starting to take huge gulps of fresh air after not even realizing I had been choking and gasping for breath. So I’m taking a look back, as part of my continual healing process, at things that have been said to me over the»
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In a world so obsessed with body image and appearance, the issue of spiritual, physical and emotional health is very dear to my heart. Through years of cheerleading, softball, group exercise and thankfully, some truly gifted and wise counsel, I've acquired some knowledge on maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Many people have asked me for tips on dieting or exercise, but I think it's extremely important that we set the record straight first. It's»
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
  In a world so obsessed with body image and appearance, the issue of spiritual, physical and emotional health is very dear to my heart. Through years of cheerleading, softball, group exercise and thankfully, some truly gifted and wise counsel, I've acquired some knowledge on maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Many people have asked me for tips on dieting or exercise, but I think it's extremely important that we set the record straight first. It'»
Blog Entry | Health >
For my wife and I, sharing our bed with our four pugs can sometimes be a bit of a challenge. So we can appreciate Dr. Jane Sadler’s struggles in sleeping with her own full-grown standard poodle, Jett. Dr. Sadler, a family medicine physician on staff at Baylor Medical Center at Garland, writes this week in The Dallas Morning News that sharing the bed with your pets could pose health risks. Namely, sleep deprivation, which afflicts millions o»
Blog Entry | Church Leadership >
I recently starting writing periodically for Pastors Today through Lifeway’s blog. This is one of my first posts. 5 Ways Physical Health Impacts My Total Life One would have to be living under a rock to not know we have grown larger as a people in the United States. Obesity is a growing concern in our nation. And, few in the church have bothered with the issue or even seen it as a problem. We have no problem addressing issues such as greed or g»
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Many people go through periods of having the “blues” in life, particularly as we get older. However, you may not realize that some of these “normal signs of aging”, such as sadness, mood swings and loss of interest in regular activities, may actually be symptoms of a mental illness which can be diagnosed, treated and alleviated. That’s where Baylor’s Behavioral Health Senior Program comes in. It helps older adults and their families t»
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The scene plays itself out over and over in hospitals across America. A patient, let’s call him “John”, lies incurably ill in the intensive care unit. A machine breathes for John and various drugs support other body functions. He’s unable to communicate. The doctor explains to the John’s family, “I’m sorry to say that John hasn’t responded to treatment the way we hoped. We can keep him alive here in the ICU, but he’ll need a cou»
Blog Entry | Church Leadership >
I’ve often said that good leaders never assume silence means that everyone is in agreement. I still believe that. Leaders and situations can be intimidating. Some team members simply choose not to participate. There is one caveat to this principle, however. When a team is healthy, the leader is approachable, and team members are encouraged to participate in discussion: Silence can be interpreted as agreement. That’s because: The freedom to ch»