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Posted by: Tanya Jolliffe on 02/17/2020

Living Well Through Biblical Wellness

It has been said, “We first make our habits, then our habits make us.” Allow Tanya to pull back the curtain on Biblical wellness to help you IGNITE change by taking a fresh look at your health and wellness habits through God's eyes. 

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Participants will connect with Biblical truths about 10 areas of wellness:

  • Physical wellness related to embracing healthy habits and moving beyond harmful ones to be all God called you to be. (Romans 12:1, 1 Corinthians 6:19-20, and 1 Corinthians 10:31)

  • Emotional wellness and understanding the body’s alarm and survival fight, flight, freeze system, and how it is related to stress. - (Proverbs 14:30, Proverbs 29:11, Psalm 28:7, and Psalm 119:143)

  • Mental wellness and acknowledging how our thoughts and feelings are manipulated by the evil one in unhealthy ways. (Psalms 38: 3-8, Proverbs 12:25, Isaiah 58:11, Philippians 4:6-8, Galatians 5:22-23, and 1 Corinthians 2:11)

  • Spiritual wellness and how unleashing the power of your Christian beliefs, principles, and values can improve your well-being. (Matthew 11:28-29, Ephesians 4:1-3, 1 Timothy 4:7-9, and 3 John 2) 

  • Relational wellness and becoming aware of various ways the people and relationships around us impact our emotions and feelings. (Proverbs 3:7-8, Proverbs 18:24, Phillippians 2:5, and James 1:19-20)

  • Intellectual wellness and the importance of actively using the mind to expand knowledge and wisdom. (Ezra 7:10, Proverbs 3:7-8, Proverbs 18:15, Psalm 119:66, and 2 Corinthians 10:5,  2 Timothy 2:15)

  • Social wellness and the impact of personal and professional interactions on our health and our witness. (Proverbs 17:9, Proverbs 27:17, Matthew 7:12, Romans 13:8, 1 Peter 4:10, and 1 John 4:7) 

  • Vocational wellness and how satisfaction with paid or volunteer work impacts our life purpose, happiness, and enrichment. (Proverbs 10:4 and Colossians 3:23)

  • Financial wellness and the impact of debt, savings, and tithe and the source of our resources. (1 Samuel 2:7, Proverbs 3:9, Matthew 6:24, and 1 Timothy 6:10

  • Environmental wellness and how we can celebrate creation through our daily habits. (Psalm 24:1)

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Tanya Jolliffe is a change igniter who uses her decades of experience in discipleship, behavior modification, and health coaching to provide an integrated approach to health and wellness. Learn more at  www.LITWellnessSolutions.com/about-me.

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