The well-being of our soul is intricately connected to our relationship with God. Prioritizing this relationship is foundational to experiencing true spiritual health, purpose and fulfillment in life.

Our soul finds its ultimate purpose and meaning in God, discovering identity, significance and fulfillment in communion with Him. Ken Shigematsu in his book. "Survival Guide for the Soul" demonstrates how the gospel redeems our desires and reorders our lives. He discusses seven spiritual disciplines. the “survival habits of the soul”—meditation, Sabbath, gratitude, simple abundance, servanthood, friendship and vocation to tune out worldly voices that tell us we are only as good as what we achieve, and tuning in to God’s voice that tells us we are truly and deeply loved.

Soulfulness begins and ends with understanding that we are God’s beloved that frees us to pursue a life of significant, enduring achievement—a life that is not driven by fear and anxiety but one that springs from a deep well of joy and gratitude for the love and grace God has shown us.

Nourish Your Soul

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