Journey to Christian Wellness

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Faith

“… apart from God we can do nothing.”  

We believe in the tenet that permanent, positive change must be devoted to God, directed by God, and empowered by the Holy Spirit.

If you agree, don’t take this journey alone! Our Bible studies, devotions, classes, and workshops grow intimacy with God and help equip us to live in His will. More…

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Food

 “So whether you eat or drink or whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God.”

God has blessed with an abundance of foods for our nourishment and enjoyment. End bondage to a cookie! Share in our mindful exploration of food that is good to us and good for us. More…

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Fitness

 “…your bodies are temples of the Holy Spirit, who is in you, whom you have received from God? You are not your own; you were bought at a price. Therefore honor God with your bodies.”

Movement is medicine that can help much of what ails our bodies today.  Move what the good Lord gave you with science-based, faith-empowered exercise programming to safely improve your physical condition. More…

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Recent Blog Posts

Better than National Donut Day

Today is National Donut Day. The NBA finals kicked off this week… But hold your mule – what’s even more exciting… June is National Fruit and Vegetables Month!  Whoop Whoop!!!   The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and Health and Human Services’ Dietary Guidelines for Americans, 2010 recommends that Americans make half their plate fruits and vegetables for meals and snacks, as demonstrated by the MyPlate nutrition guide. In the spirit of the NBA finals.  Think of your plate as the basketball court and the foods you choose for meals and snacks are the players (hang with me here…). Are fruits and vegetables the MVP, a supporting player in the game, or benchwarmers – rarely if ever in the game? Given the increase of chronic diseases among all age groups, eating a diet rich in a variety of colorful fruits and vegetables is more important than ever. Need to put more fruit and vegetables in rotation? Do it! Your body will thank you. Check out helpful tips and resources at http://www.fruitsandveggiesmorematters.org/  ... read more

Making Memories at the Strawberry Farm

I’ve attended every school trip with our children since our oldest son entered preschool. That’s alot of trips. This is not possible for every mom. I get that and thank God and my husband for allowing me to be present. I GO IN on these trips – fully participating in the activities with the kids. (Sometimes like the kids.) I also make a point to learn something new. Often, the learning is related to the trip subject matter. Other times, I pick up something interesting about the teachers, other parents, or social interactions between the children. Friday, Baby Girl’s class went to the strawberry farm. This morning’s group did the last picking of the season at Mrs Heather’s Strawberry Patch in Albany, LA. Pickings were scarce and the berries that remained on the vine were really ripe or rotten. We persevered and got really ripe ones. Folks that ate strawberries straight off the plant said they are super ripe, juicy, and sweet. They were but not as sweet as the memories. Baby Girl is 8. Watching her skip from one area of the farm to another – hearing her squeal as the horse ate corn from her hand – feeling her fingers wrap around mine as she pulled me along to play… fresh on my mind was that these little girl sweet behaviors won’t last. Time flies. She’ll mature and while I enjoy the newness of each age and stage of our children’s development – I also miss some of the aspects they outgrow. Times like these when I step away from the 3, 482 things on my mind and... read more

My First Farm to Table Box

The beautiful box from the Our Health Lives Farm To Work program.   We made good use of the produce. I served some of the FFV very simply. Steamed broccoli. All it took for the tomatoes and cucumbers was a quick washed, slice and seasoning with pepper and celery salt. I washed and diced the zucchini, yellow squash and onion and some Portobello mushrooms on hand. Seasoned with olive oil, Himalayan salt, pepper, rosemary and thyme and ‘roasted’ in my air fryer. Later in the week,  I used the fruit and cucumbers in lunchboxes. More about the boxes in my No Heat Eats post. Healthy eating is easy and in reach. How’s your eating? Want or need to freshen up or diversify your meals? I can help. Follow me on Instagram for tons of meal pictures/ideas.  For personalized assistsance – schedule a discover call. Take care, God bless and eat well! Nettye  ... read more
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