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From stress to freedom—and health—in a work environment
For me, the word environment brings to mind pristine prairies, forests, mountains, lakes, and oceans. Natural areas have been places where I've found invigorating joy, inspiration, and spiritual growth. I'm in awe at the intricate and yet simple ways that plants and animals live in harmony.
While many of us don't get to experience a wilderness environment every day, most of us engage with some kind of work environment daily, even if it's at home. We interact with other human beings at work, and I'm learning that it's possible in these situations to gain joy and grow spiritually.
Not a chance in the world
with contributions from Anni Ulich, Miah Bumpas, Jane Partis McCarty, Linda Vara, Jeanette Roche
items of interest
with contributions from Richard Dymond, Jan Norman, Matt Sedensky, Howard Manly
Let God direct your life
By Ron Ballard
No longer controlled by allergies
By Judy M. Little
Trusting that God is close at hand
By Ann Stewart
GOD'S CONTROL of the environment
By Kim Shippey Senior Writer
Finding an end to war—then and now
By Jon Harder
A sure thing
By Ginny Luedeman
They have their own relationship with God
By Cali McClure
A tithe of children
By Bettie Gray, Staff Editor
'God will guide us'
By Bill Dawley Senior Managing Editor
Healing of fear brings physical healing