Small steps can improve health and wellness. Exercising more and eating healthier can help us live longer and better lives. For those coping with illness, embracing healing with a positive attitude and a healthful mindset can make a real difference. Taking a day by day approach can help those recovering from addiction and those who face other health challenges.
Social interactions are crucial to our health and happiness, especially during this season.
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Addict. Drug dealer. Felon. But since getting sober he inspires others to do the same in his unique exercise class.
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United Methodist pastor Matt Hall shares how a summer ministering to hikers along the Appalachian Trail influenced his recovery from drug addiction.Continue reading