Category Archives: General Health

Announcing: “Grace Prescriptions Live” in Nashville and Chicago

One of the joys of my ministry time is teaching health professionals the principles of how they can “Incorporate Spiritual Care in Their Practice.” I do this with a course called Grace Prescriptions, which I co-wrote with my dear friend, Bill Peel, DMin, the Founding Executive Director of the Center for Faith & Work at LeTourneau University. If you or a health professional you know, might be interested in attending a live conference in Nashville or Chicago, the details are below.

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ONE DAY LEFT: 60% off sale for “The Ultimate Girls’ Body Book”

Two books that I had great joy writing were (1) The Ultimate Guys’ Body Book: Not-so-stupid questions about your body and, (2) more recently, The Ultimate Girls’ Body Book: Not-so-silly questions about your body. The electronic version of the latter book (the girls’ book) is ON SALE (60% off) until TOMORROW (January 4) for $2.99.  Continue reading

On Sale (60% off): The Ultimate Girls Body Book

Two books that I had great joy writing included The Ultimate Guys’ Body Book: Not-so-stupid questions about your body and, more recently, The Ultimate Girls’ Body Book: Not-so-silly questions about your body. The electronic version of the latter book (the girls’ book) is ON SALE (60% off) until January 4 for $2.99 (usually $8.99). It would be a great Christmas present for a pre-teen or early-teen girl. Continue reading

A Christmas Story – Part 1

My most popular books, at least based upon sales and letters, are the Bryson City series. In the second book in this series, Bryson City Seasons, I wrote about an encounter with a patient on Christmas 1982 in Bryson City, North Carolina. Today, tomorrow, and on Christmas eve, I’ll be excerpting the story for you and hope it will be a Christmas blessing for you and yours: Continue reading

Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving traces its origins back to the Pilgrims — those hardy pioneers who arrived on the shores of North America and, against difficult odds, carved a nation out of the wilderness. They came to the New World not seeking fortune, but freedom — especially the freedom to worship God as they wished.  Continue reading