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Health + Wellness


Do I love myself enough or too much?

We often hear that we need to love ourselves more in order to have good mental health and self esteem but the Bible warns us against thinking too highly of ourselves (Romans 12:3). Yet many Christians struggle with feeling worthless and can even slip into self-hatred, which is not healthy. The Bible isn’t opposed to loving ourselves.…


Troubled minds, mental illness and the Church’s mission

Statistics suggest one in four people suffer from some form of mental illness.  Yet many of our family, friends, and fellow church members suffer in silence while we don’t know what to do or say. We connect with Amy Simpson to discuss her book, Troubled Minds: Mental Illness and the Church’s Mission, along with her personal…

Carmen LaBerge



Speak Life

tobyMac has a song that reminds of what I learned to do waaayyyy back when… It’s called “Speak Life”. And from the first time I heard it, it’s reminded me of my victory of when I started to give myself some grace. It has literally spoken life…to my heart and it has changed the way I feel about me,…


Downsizing in the New Year

Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Eve—the theme of these gatherings spent with friends and family can be summed up with the popular phrase:  “Go big or go home!” However, if we are honest, what occurred over the holidays is that we “Got big; then went home!” I believe that scaling back in the food intake department should be…


Sleep, it does a family good

One of the biggest problems in America—and one not often-discussed—is lack of sleep.  Many are affected and the loss of health and work productivity is costing us millions of dollars. Clinical psychologist, professor and author Dr. Arch Hart joins us to talk sleep.  He reviews his book: SLEEP, IT DOES A FAMILY GOOD: HOW BUSY FAMILIES…

Carmen LaBerge


Health care

One of the challenges of health care, according to Dr. Stevens, is that the American system currently in a “state of confusion,” with the biggest concern being cost. Debates about our health care system are ongoing and there are changes taking place that have massive implications for men and women of faith.  We…

Carmen LaBerge


Exercise: I think I can, I think I can

I don’t know about you, but I often have grandiose dreams about the exercise goals I can accomplish. Then reality sets in and I have to acknowledge I am a mother of four – two of whom are small. And I don’t have a gym membership. Even so, physical fitness is important to me. When I don’t find a way to wedge it into my days, I get grouchy, stressed,…


Will the real sinus headache please stand up?

Growing up I remember watching the popular game show, What’s My Line? The program began by announcing that one of the four panelists had an interesting career, such as an astronaut. The other three panelists were “posers” (imposters). The contestant’s job was to question the bunch, and when the allotted time was up, they had to guess…



Abortion addiction? The secret at the heart of women who repeat

Cradle My Heart Radio discussing abortion with a woman who chose it again and again. If abortion is a morally neutral choice, there should be nothing wrong with choosing it multiple times, right? Yet even those who support a woman’s legal right to choose abortion may object to the idea of multiple repeat abortions. When the number…


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