Photo: Dreamstime “Minnie” is almost 97, agile and young at heart. She can still place both hands flat on the floor without bending her knees or getting dizzy. “My only problem,” she says, “is I forget things, like what day it is.” She suffers no physical pain, but her heart pain is deep on this day I visit
Find it here: http://bit.ly/Y7CSPI The New Life Challenge Cookbook by Patricia Gilbert Are you ready to take the challenge? Often it is a close friend who helps to make life a little easier; the person who knows all about us but faithfully labors to help us see the best in ourselves. This cookbook is designed to be a friend.
Find it here: http://bit.ly/15K0cp3 The Fullness of Faithfulness edited by Lori Bryan Amid the piles of bills, the bickering children, and the boiling pot on the stove, you may feel as though you do not have a moment to call your own. But even the bills and the children and the food are not truly your own. God lent you these responsibilities long ago with a specific future in mind
The founders of the Seventh-day Adventist Church were active in the temperance movement that led to Prohibition even before the denomination was officially organized in the early 1860s. Membership requires a ban on alcoholic beverages, tobacco products and even caffeinated drinks, although surveys show that a percentage of members do not follow the rules, especially the one about caffeine. Adventists battling addiction and compulsive behavior are not alone in their struggle.
Genesis 1:29 , 30 show that when God first created living creatures, He provided Image © Educational Concepts from GoodSalt.com food for them. Herbs, fruits, and seeds were the food chosen for both humans and animals. Nothing is said of predation or competition for resources.
‘Health Sabbath’ emphasis part of effort to raise awareness of Adventist Recovery Ministries Feb 14, 2013 Silver Spring, Maryland, United States Elizabeth Lechleitner/ANN Seventh-day Adventists battling addiction and compulsive behavior are not alone in their struggle. That’s a message Adventist health professionals are promoting as a new phase of the church’s addiction recovery ministry finds traction in North America.