All in Health

Holistic Dream-Chasing: Are you ready for a CHANGE?

Hi friend!


Fall is in full swing! Can you believe it? The weather is cooling off (even in Texas!), the leaves are turning color, and change is in the air!

It seems like every October, things start fresh for me. For most people, fresh starts happen in January or in the Spring – but for me, it’s October. It seems like a chance to let go of the old and embrace the new. And that’s exactly what I’m doing here on this page – embracing the new! I have had my website for years and have been doing my best to encourage people in their faith, their dreams, and their knowledge of God. But God has been doing so many things in me over the past several months, and has added a new aspect of my life and ministry to the mix…and that is…

I HAVE A HEALTH BUSINESS NOW.

You may be thinking, "Omg, what? DON'T CHANGE! Please! You're our dreamer girl!" (Or you may just be thinking, "Cool. You do you, boo.") Either way, I have realized that change can be jarring even when change is good. Do you know what I mean? Let me give you some examples:..

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A Thriving Temple: Running Your Race with Endurance

Recently I ran into this gem of a Scripture hidden away in the book of Haggai. It moved me deeply considering the season I’ve been in, and I wanted to share it with all of you!

"Then the Lord sent this message through the prophet Haggai: 'Why are you living in luxurious houses while my house lies in ruins? This is what the Lord of Heaven's Armies says: Look at what's happening to you! You have planted much but harvest little. You eat but are not satisfied. You drink but are still thirsty. You put on clothes but cannot keep warm. Your wages disappear as though you were putting them in pockets filled with holes! This is what the Lord of Heaven's Armies says: Look at what's happening to you! Now go up into the hills, bring down timber, and rebuild my house. Then I will take pleasure in it and be honored, says the Lord.'" Haggai 1:2-8, NLT

This passage is talking about how God's people had been neglecting the rebuilding of the literal temple of God. As New Testament believers, we are God's temple (1 Corinthians 6:19), and He feels the same way about the care of these bodily temples as he did about the temple he dwelt in in the Old Testament! Doesn't that blow your mind? But we live in this day of scurry here, hurry there, achieve achieve achieve – and we are more sick and tired than ever. This is, in part, a result of planting, building, and striving in our own strength instead of surrendering to God and tending to our temples, trusting that He will grace and enable us to do everything He's called us to do - but in HIS strength.

I could talk all day about the importance of rebuilding our temples, but let me just leave you with a few action points instead.

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