Spiritual Wholeness

Finding Balance on Your Journey

bal-ance • noun: stability produced by even distribution of weight on each side of the vertical axis; mental and emotional steadiness A Cautionary Tale about Balance We know a couple who grew up in the church. They attended services faithfully, got baptized, took the purity pledge, enrolled in a Christian college, and seemed to have their spiritual act together before they graduated from high school. When they went away to college, they experimented with everything the church had told them…

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Wresting Rest from an Overbooked Life

rest • verb, noun: to refrain from labor or exertion; to be free from anxiety or disturbance; peace of mind or spirit Every journey requires rest—whether we seek mental, academic/artistic, or physical wholeness—we all need to pause and rest. Our journey towards spiritual wholeness also involves a component of rest. In fact, I maintain that God created us to rest and gave us a specific day in which to seek rest. It started with creation. God created for six days,…

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How to Overcome Roadblocks in Your Journey

o-ver-come • verb: to get the better of: surmount What do You Need to Overcome to Find Wholeness? On our journey to learn how to properly nurture ourselves, we often hit a wall or roadblock that seems impossible to overcome. I believe that while weary travelers often start a journey to wholeness by working on mental, academic/artistic, or physical challenges, each of those journeys will eventually lead us to our need for spiritual growth. Why? Because at some point, we…

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How a Sprititual Journey Will Help You Find the Cure

cure • noun: a complete or permanent solution or remedy Spirituality and Mental Wholeness A friend on Facebook recently started a lively discussion about how the church responds to mental health issues. Unfortunately, the majority of people who responded didn’t have anything positive to say about the church’s response. The typical response of Christians who don’t suffer from depression to those who do suffer? “Pray harder.” Depression and other mental health issues have existed since Bible times, though. It just…

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