Where's The Health? May 24, 2020 - We agree. This year has not gone according to plan. So far, 2020 has been a year of chaos and disruption, and we’re not even halfway through it. Gyms are closed, relational connections are down, substance abuse is up, anxiety levels for some are through the roof, relationships are strained, parents are driving their kids nuts and vice versa. In all of this chaos, where’s the health? Seriously. WTH? In This Series Mental Health (Part 1) May 24, 2020 | Robert Watson Mental health issues have been given much of a stigma, but to wrestle with mental health is to be human. In this two-part message we will share tools on how to grow mentally healthy. Mental Health (Part 2) May 31, 2020 | Chad Moore Mental health issues have been given much of a stigma, but to wrestle with mental health is to be human. In this two-part message we will share tools on how to grow mentally healthy. Physical Health Jun 07, 2020 | Chad Moore Our bodies are temporary. And we are to steward them well so hopefully they aren’t too temporary. Paul writes that our bodies are temples of the Holy Spirit. We have been bought with a price and are to honor God with how we steward our bodies. Relational Health - Marriage Jun 14, 2020 | Robert Watson Marriage is meant to be a picture of God’s love for us. God describes His relationship to the church using the picture of marriage. To stay relationally healthy in marriage takes effort, but the Bible has given us tools of how husbands and wives can honor and serve one another and focus our effort. Relational Health - Parenting Jun 21, 2020 | Chad Moore As parents we have the role of leading God’s kids. Ultimately, they are His, but we have the incredible responsibility of being the greatest influence in their lives, for better or for worse. It is easy to lose focus and patience when it comes to parenting but our parenting days our limited, so we want to do what we can to make those days count. Spiritual Health Jun 28, 2020 | Chad Moore Even though we have broken down health into the various subcategories, everything we do is “spiritual health” because we are spiritual beings. And our spirit was made to connect relationally with God, Who is Spirit. Spiritual health means taking time to intentionally develop our relationship with God.