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Unity in corporate prayer

Under the care of an alternative medical doctor for heavy metal toxicity, I travel to Atlanta every few weeks for an IV treatment. The heavy metal toxicity was discovered when…

Diagnosed to death

In July of 2013 the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) published an article from researchers at the National Institute of Cancer that caused quite a stir, “Over diagnosis…

Meanderings

I go a little nuts during Easter and was once accused of being a fanatic because of my nearly giddy enjoyment of it. I didn’t mind though, in fact I…

April is cancer control month

Controlling cancer is a great thing, (and something we should be empowering our body to do the other 335 days of the year as well). But what are the ones…

Customer service always in style

It seems some businesses need training in customer service. Some of these have been in business for quite a while so you would think they would know better, but that…

Etc.

The Hebrew text of the Bible illustrates in minute detail God’s laws his covenant people are commanded to obey. They were to set themselves apart. To keep themselves from being…

Functional or real life training

Functional training is one of my favorite subjects, and is definitely my favorite way of teaching exercise programs. Functional training is simply empowering your everyday movements, whether you’re an athlete…

Lessons of the Cross

It is hard for me to write about Easter because I become very emotional thinking about the days which led up to Christ’s crucifiction and ultimate death. Christ died for…

Easter if the big one

Of our entire church year this Sunday, Easter, is the big one. Our elder brothers in faith, the Jews, celebrated Passover on Tuesday. The entire story of creation and the…

Bottom to the top

Most who know me, know that I get perturbed by things around us that need to be changed. Whether that be BIG Pharma trying to become kingpins in chronic disease…

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