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Christian Natural Health

Christian Natural Health is the podcast that teaches you about natural health from a biblical perspective. I'm Dr. Lauren Deville, a practicing naturopathic physician in Tucson, AZ. In this podcast, my guests and I will cover topics ranging from nutrition, sleep, hormone balancing and exercise, to specific health concerns like hair loss, anxiety, and hypothyroidism. Once a week, I'll include a bonus episode, meditating on a Bible verse or passage. I'll also interweave biblical principles as they apply throughout the podcast--because true health is body, mind, and spirit. Learn more about me at http://www.drlaurendeville.com/
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Now displaying: September, 2022
Sep 30, 2022

Steven Arms lives in Portland, Oregon, with his wife, Emily, and is the proud father of two young children. In his book 'Milestone to Manhood' , Steven shares his firsthand experience of his Rite of Passage weekend with his dad and reflects on how it shaped him into the man that he is today.

To learn more about Steven, see milestonetomanhood.com or get the book 'Milestone to Manhood' here. 

Sep 23, 2022

Linda Elsegood is the founder of the UK charity LDN Research Trust, established in 2004. She has Multiple Sclerosis (MS), and Low Dose Naltrexone (LDN) significantly impacted her life. She wanted to help other people, not only with MS but all autoimmune diseases, cancers, mental health issues, etc. In the last 18 years, the charity has helped over a million people worldwide.

To learn more about LDN Research Trust, see https://ldnresearchtrust.org/

Sep 16, 2022

Mike Novotny is a pastor at The CORE, a church in downtown Appleton, WI, as well as spiritual leader and lead speaker for Time of Grace—a media ministry that reaches a national television audience of 400,000 a week and engages with people more than five million times a month across its various media platforms. He is also the recent author of, “What’s Big Starts Small: 6 Ways to Grow Great Faith.” He enjoys spending time with his wife and two daughters, continuing his streak of 37 years of playing organized soccer, running long distances and reading any nonfiction he can get his hands on.

To learn more about Mike, get the book or other resources, visit timeofgrace.org 

Sep 9, 2022

Michael Rubino is an air quality expert who helps bridge the gap between the air in our homes and its direct impact on our health and founder of Change the Air Foundation. Rubino works with over 100 doctors globally to not only raise awareness but also provide solutions to correctly identify and remove the pollutants causing this global health crisis. As President of Home Cleanse, Rubino specializes in working with people who are immunocompromised or have acute and sustained reactions to mold exposure and has helped heal over 1,000 families—including celebrities and athletes. He is also a council-certified Mold Remediation Supervisor by IICRC and ACAC and is a contributing member, sponsor, and speaker for the Indoor Air Quality Association. He is the author of The Mold Medic and a contributor to MindBodyGreen. Rubino has been featured on Gwyneth Paltrow’s The goop Podcast and goop's website, Brandi Glanville’s Unfiltered podcast, Luke Storey, Forbes, USA Today, and Bloom TV, to name a few. He hosts the YouTube series, Mold Talks, where guests include medical experts as well as mold recovery patients, including media icon Atoosa Rubenstein.

To learn more about Michael, go to themoldmedic.com, changetheairfoundation.org, or homecleanse.com 

Sep 2, 2022
Jesus says we should discern good people from evil people by their fruit (Matthew 7:16-20, Matt 12:33). Every seed bears fruit according to its kind (Gen 1:11) so this is how we can see physical evidence of what they've planted in their hearts.
 
But what fruit does He mean?
 
  • Fruit of the Spirit: Galatians 5:22-23, Romans 6:22, 2 Cor 9:10, Eph 5:9, Phil 1:11, James 3:18, 2 Peter 1:5-8
    • Fruit of righteousness is a "tree of life": Prov 11:30
  • Fruit of labors: Psalm 1:3, Psalm 92:14, Prov 12:12 (the root yields fruit... eventually I assume), Prov 31:31, Romans 15:27-28 (those who sow the gospel reap material provision), Phil 1:22, Col 1:10 (seems like good works are blessed to produce fruit, not that they are the fruit in and of themselves)
  • Fruit of financial seed: Phil 4:17 (sowing finances to spread the gospel reaping fruit from the same)
  • Fruit of trust = blessing: Jeremiah 17:7-8, Hosea 14:8
  • Fruit of wisdom/ good choices: Prov 8:19, Isaiah 3:10, Jeremiah 17:10, Jer 32:19, Matt 12:33, Luke 6:43-44, James 3:17
  • Fruit of the Word / Kingdom: Matt 13:23, Matt 21:43, Mark 4:20, Luke 8:15, John 4:36 (including souls to eternal life), John 15:16, Romans 1:13 (souls), Romans 7:4, Col 1:6, James 5:7-8 (with patience)
    • Fruit of discipline by the Word: John 15:2-8, Heb 12:11
  • Fruit of repentance: Matthew 3:8 (a changed heart/ways?), Luke 3:8
  • Fruit of words ("you can have what you say"): Prov 12:14, Prov 13:2, Prov 18:20, Prov 18:21, Isaiah 57:19
    • Includes praise: Heb 13:15
 
Negative fruit:
 
  • Fruit, or consequences, of poor/evil choices: Prov 1:31, Isaiah 10:12, Jeremiah 17:10, Jer 21:14, Jer 32:19, Matthew 3:10, Matthew 7:16-20, Matt 12:33, Luke 3:9, Luke 6:43-44, Romans 6:21, Romans 7:5
  • Fruit of negative words: Prov 18:21, Hosea 10:13
  • Fruit of negative thoughts: Jeremiah 6:19
  • No fruit of the kingdom (when their should be --those who profess to be believers): Luke 13:6-9, John 15:2, Jude 1:12
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