Category Archive: Healthy Family

Mar 14 2016

People Who Inspire

Good Shepherd Institute Celebrates Seventh Annual Inspire Award Story and photo by Joycelyne Fadojutimi/ETR The Good Shepherd Institute for Healthy Living recently recognized the amazing accomplishments of their members at the Seventh Annual Inspire Award event. The Institute featured success stories of five inspirational members: Job Howie, Greg Frederick, Mary Fruge, Brian Baker, and Shirley …

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Jan 12 2016

Longview Museum of Fine Arts to host event

LONGVIEW, Tex. – Author Steve Hemphill will celebrate the release of his book “What are the Stakes?” on January 15th with a charity event featuring renowned artist Ro Diaz and benefitting the Longview Museum of Fine Arts and Camp Deer Run. The event will be held on January 15th at 7:00 p.m. at the Longview …

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Jan 11 2015

What is love?

By Carey Kinsolving think love is being kind, helpful and caring for o t h e r s , ” says Patrick, 7. “I once showed love for my mom when I agreed to go to her favorite restaurant after I tasted their food.” That’s really love. I think I’ve eaten at the same restaurant. …

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Jan 04 2015

Why Has God The Father Given His Son Power Over Everything?

By Carey Kinsolving “Jesus deserves all the power,” says Kianna, 9. “He died on the cross to save us from our sins. This is cool for me to believe in him. He created everything, so he should have power over everything. I think he totally deserves it!” In the Apostle John’s vision of heaven, he …

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Dec 28 2014

How Can Christians Be the Salt of the Earth and the Light of the World?

By Carey Kinsolving “I won’t call names or hit people,” says Heather, 8. That’s a start. Being the light of the world doesn’t call for knocking everyone else’s lights out. Jesus had something different in mind when he told his disciples: “You are the salt of the earth” and “You are the light of the …

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Dec 25 2014

Enjoy the Holidays, Gain No Weight

By StatePoint News On average, Americans gain weight during the holiday season. While the weight gain may not be dramatic, research shows it tends to stick and accumulate over the years. But you don’t have to succumb to this progression, say experts. There are strategic steps to avoid holiday weight gain while still enjoying friends, …

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Dec 14 2014

Why Is Doing What Is Right Always Best?

By Carey Kinsolving “God likes it when we do what’s right because that is another reason to go to heaven,” says Colton, 6. Good works are never a reason anyone goes to heaven. Rather, they should be a result of trusting Jesus’ work on the cross to pay for one’s way to heaven. When you’re …

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Dec 09 2014

Exercise May Stem Aging Effects

Story By StatePoint Media Nearly 100 million Americans suffer from chronic pain — that’s more than the number of people living with heart disease, cancer and diabetes combined. Often experienced as pain that lasts over three to six months, chronic pain is a serious and debilitating condition that, if left unmanaged, can negatively impact nearly …

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