Available now for pre-order!
This non-fiction book explores health promotion through a non-diet lens, encouraging you to respect your body, honor your hunger, and embrace the unique size and shape that God created for you. In the first half, of Fulfilled, you will explore the harm of dieting, the importance of self-care, and the perfection of God’s design for the role of food in the human life. In the second half, the book offers an in-depth explanation of and tangible steps for putting those principles into practice so that you can understand the love of God on an even deeper level, even as it applies to what you eat for dinner.
Fulfilled is available for pre-order on the Broadleaf Books website or wherever you usually buy books, whether online or in retail stores.
- Foundations: Intuitive eating isn’t self-explanatory. But with the help of Foundations, you don’t have to keep trying to figure it out on your own. This ten-principle journal guide will offer the support you need to get started with intuitive eating right here, right now. It offers ten tangible, proven methods for restoring your relationship with food, exercise, and your body that fit into the context of you and your own life, wherever you currently are. Each chapter offers action-oriented steps for developing skills in intuitive eating as well as a series of prompts for journaling, self-reflection, or group discussion. Don’t wait, start building a new foundation for a healthier and more vibrant life.
- Faith, Food, Freedom: For many of us, thoughts about food and eating continue long after dinner. In some ways, we are taught as women to be afraid of food, believing it to be far more powerful over our lives than it truly is. We are taught to fear that certain ingredients or meal choices will cause us to lose control or gain weight, consequently leading us to become less valuable, less beautiful, or less able to reach our goals. But these beliefs are not from God — He never condemned dessert! Faith, Food, Freedom explores the Biblical truth that we are free to enjoy eating without having to create unnecessary rules about it. In this 20-day guided study of Galatians, readers are invited to cultivate a new perspective that allows them to savor the gift of good food for the greater purpose of bringing glory to God!