When an Emotional Eater Breaks Free

Written by Sarah Knepper   For almost 20 years now I've been an emotional eater. This title has gotten easier to say out loud now that I have been publicly speaking about this for the past five months.   I decided to share this with my readers because I believe there are thousands of women struggling... Continue Reading →

He is my God and I will Trust Him

Written by Kristen Gilles   "Those who live in the shelter of the Most High will find rest in the shadow of the Almighty.  This I declare about the Lord: He alone is my refuge, my place of safety; He is my God, and I trust Him.  For He will rescue you from every trap and... Continue Reading →

Overcoming My Obsession

[separator top="25" bottom="25" style="shadow"]   Written by Andrea Fortenberry When I see women exercising, I often wonder what motivates them to work out. Sometimes it reminds me of a sad chapter of my life — the days when I battled severe issues with body image.   For much of high school, I based my worth on... Continue Reading →

Why Are Food Addictions Hard To Break?

  Written by Lisa Brown   After my Doctors appointment my world turned upside down. No more sugar, dairy, breads, pasta, rice, pork, caffeine, and nuts (except almonds). This means no more fruit, chocolate, cookies, ice-cream, milk and honey nut cheerios. No more coffee.   No more cheese or pizza.   Why such a strict diet... Continue Reading →

Running on Empty

Written by Heather Creekmore   I read the message and a few seconds later, without even thinking, I stood in front of the pantry searching for anything that contains a little chocolate.   Today a kid’s granola bar will have to suffice.   Something. Must. Stop. The. Stress.   But, it doesn’t. And, I’m not satisfied.... Continue Reading →

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