7 Mini-Meditations to Relieve Stress

  I have a guest blogger with us today, Ida Jones, and she writes about ways to decrease stress and improve your overall health and well-being. As the mom of two little ones, she’s successfully found several outlets for stress and the overall craziness of motherhood. Today’s topic is meditation. As I’ve written many times in my posts, the connection between the brain and the body is powerful beyond words. God tells us in His word to “be still…” and {Read More}

The Shack Movie: God and your Tragedy

When this book was first published, I heard it was great, but wasn’t in a good place to read it because I had a five-year-old little girl at the time. As soon as I realized what could happen, I put down the book and finally picked it back up when she was ten. Paul Young has written and incredible story and though it was initially self-published it for his family. Mainstream media caught wind of it and, well, you know {Read More}

The Therapeutic Value of Spending Time in Nature

The Therapeutic Value of Spending Time in Nature By Steven Sanders As a reader of Celestial Prescriptions, you are likely already aware of the benefits of spending time in nature. Author and journalist Richard Louv has developed the notion that our society suffers from what he calls “nature deficit disorder,” due to the lack of time we spend out in nature. Without much delving in to this idea, you probably see this in your own life, and in the lives {Read More}

Super Green Beauty from Nature~Guest Post by Sophia Smith

Super Green Beauty From Nature image source: unsplash.com “The clearest way into the Universe is through a forest wilderness.” ― John Muir Spring is here, and together with Mother Nature, our bodies are waking up ready to soak in the sun and restore vitality and sheen lost during winter. For a clean and energetic start of another cycle of seasons, turn to raw foods and organic products, introduce natural elements into your home and spend more time outdoors. Each of {Read More}

Not All is Lost! {Guest Post on Marriage and Addiction}

Today I have a guest post on dealing with addiction in the marriage relationship from Saint Jude Retreats. Hope you enjoy! Not all is lost! By Annie Kochneva (Saint Jude Retreats) When thinking about marriage, more often than not, people would first recall the beginning stages of how their family came to be. The proposal, the excitement, the wedding preparation, the vows, the respect and appreciation, the general care for the other person, their feelings and their well-being, the pure {Read More}

Join Me Today at “Inspire-a-Fire” to read A Letter to my Enemy

Join me today over at Inspire a Fire to read “A Letter to My Enemy” if you haven’t read it before. Satan has so many tools at his disposal, and he is so sneaky in the way he uses them. Don’t fall into the trap of prescription drug addiction like I did. Sure, I had grand-mal-siezures, broken bones, surgery…plenty of good reasons to need narcotics (Lortab) for pain. But even as a pharmacist, I didn’t realize the physical effect they {Read More}

Christianity and Addiction~Guest Post at Addiction Blog

    I’m excited to be over at addiction blog today with an article and powerful poem on the spiritual warfare of addiction. Please visit me over there today and feel free to leave a comment! I’ll be posting the poem here on my blog in a few weeks. Please share it with anyone you know who might be battling with the hopelessness of addiction.

Biblical help with drug addiction~Guest Post at addictionblog.org

Drug addiction…pure joy? Hardly. Drug addiction often seems impossible to overcome. It cannot be done alone, yet it’s deemed so shameful it’s difficult to share with anyone to get help. So many people attempt to overcome it alone, which Satan just loves. Because the brain is affected so specifically in drug addiction, going it alone just gives Satan a welcome invitation to set up residence in your brain. He will justify all of the wrong decisions you make. Loneliness is {Read More}