By Nancy Metheny
How you survive breast cancer depends on a lot of things. For Nancy Metheny developing a full treatment plan included exercise and support from her faith community. Today the legacy of her cancer experience has both negatives and positives. She deals with the negative by choosing to focus on the positive. What do you have in your pocket? You can watch a short video of her telling her story.
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By Susan Bailey and Brad Bloom

A fresh hairstyle, a great looking smile, accessories… From television to magazines to your local salon, the makeover is a way both women and men can get a quick fix to look great. So forget about that – it’s time to go a lot deeper than surface changes. The Makeover/Overhaul will reveal the real you. Enjoy listening to the Matt Brouwer song Beautiful Now while you read this article.

By Emily Vavra Lind

Are you dealing with bad habits that keep you feeling as if you are barely surviving? Women don’t need a “survival guide”. We want more – more of what God has for us. It is time to make some changes. You can do it AND you can thrive!

An interview with Kylie Bisutti
What do young girls see in a supermodel? How do women portray beauty in today’s culture? How can a wife be happy, secure and totally in love? Kylie Bisutti is committed to being a Godly role model and a positive influence. Her confidence is based in God and her career in ministry is flying high. Learn how she and her husband Mike, together are modeling a message of love. Includes a video.
By Tiffany Dawn

Pretty is as pretty does is easily said but not always so easily done. In a culture that is constantly pushing us to define ourselves by the scale of beauty, how can you find freedom to live with confidence as the person God made you to be? This article includes music by Tiffany.

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By Arian T. Moore
What do you do to get it all done and get it all done right? Balancing a business, education, personal goals and a family can make your anxiety levels go off the charts. Your personal coping strategies can become addictions that are ultimately counterproductive. Arian offers five steps to help you achieve balance.
A book review by Kimberly Bloom
With all the wellness resources available to me you would think I could easily address my weight challenges. I needed to find some real truths. The book Made To Crave helped me do exactly that. It is far more than another diet book.
An interview with Emily Lind
The journey from childhood to fitness model for Emily Lind includes a loving mother, self-abuse, sports, healthy eating and plenty of exercise. Most importantly it is built on an ever-growing relationship with Jesus Christ. Emily’s faith helps her to stay the course and help others to achieve their goals. Listen to the song, More Than Moved, from the New Michael Boggs album.
By Kay Marshall Strom
A woman I had never met before made the mistake of introducing herself, casually saying, “Hi, I’m Jan. How are you?” She got an ear full as I unloaded and shared past pains. In turn I received the profound impact of her sacrificial kindness. Now, take time to consider how you can change your world AND discover the health benefits of making your life a living sacrifice for God through kindness.
By Barbara Bryant
Want to sharpen your focus, put fire in your workout and stay on top of your game? Then learn how to rest both physically and spiritually. Barbara Bryant introduces three forms of rest for women to maintain motivation and achieve peak performance. Now is the time to learn how to be empowered by God.

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