Choosing Childhood Memories

Posted on January 4, 2011 
Filed Under Focus on the Family Broadcast, Physical Health, Spiritual Life

As featured on the Focus on the Family radio broadcast, Lysa TerKeurst offers a personal – and practical – look at the “why” behind our eating patterns. Focusing on God as our provider and healer, she suggests there is a spiritual element to our physical decisions and behaviors.

In the following video clip, Lysa recalls a happy moment with her father. Despite years of difficulties with her dad, it is a tender childhood memory of her father’s effort to show his love.

If you’re struggling with unhealthy choices that reflect unhealed wounds from the past, call our family help-line at 800-A-Family. Ask for a counselor, and we’ll have someone call you back a convenient time. They’ll walk you through some initial steps, and then make suggestions about resources and someone in your area you can talk with further.

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