What if growing spiritually
was not only about studying the Bible and going to church
but involved how you connect faith to your entire being and life?
Does it ever seem like some expressions of faith don't reflect core values of Jesus like compassion?
How do we reconnect with who Jesus truly is and how he's calling us to live today?
How do we tend to our overall life and well-being in a way that reflects back positively on our own expression of faith?
Throughout history, Christian spiritual leaders have understood that faith is not isolated from the rest of who we are and what we do. It is all connected from the way we care for our bodies, share in life with others, manage our finances, nurture our minds, and tend to our emotional life. It's about seeking wellness across our life.
What is Wellness?
Wellness is “the active pursuit of activities, choices and lifestyles that lead to a state of holistic health” (Global Wellness Institute). This pursuit is a positive, active process. We deliberately make choices about our behaviors and lifestyle to achieve our full potential. Wellness helps us to build resilience and thrive in the midst of life challenges.
At All Saints we are focusing on six dimensions of wellness:
spiritual, emotional, social, physical, financial, and intellectual.