7 Habits of Highly Healthy People

by Rev. Curry Pikkaart
7 Habits of Highly Healthy People

If there are 7 basic deadly sins, are there not also 7 basic life-producing virtues? That question was the motivation for this book. We choose to focus either on doing battle with the sins or on developing the virtues. Since the object of our focus is what most frequently influences us, it is important to focus on the development of the habits that produce the 7 virtues. But this is no “just act right and you’ll be okay” philosophy.

While we must develop the habits, the key lies in what God through Jesus Christ has given us: “His divine power has given us everything we need for life and may participate in the divine nature and escape the corruption .caused by evil desires.” (1 Peter 2:3-4) By carefully balancing our role and God’s provision, 7 Habits of Highly Healthy People is a powerful journey into spiritual health.

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When the Going Gets Tough…

by Rev. Curry Pikkaart


Ever feel that for every step forward you go two backwards? You’re not alone. In When the Going Gets Tough, Rev. Pikkaart uses the biblical story of Joseph’s life as found in Genesis 37-50 to encourage believers that God is near – even when life is hard.

Literally thrown by his brothers into a pit to die, Joseph rises from that pit to ultimately rule in a palace – from which he saves his family’s life. Along the way he overcomes the tough times of betrayal, false accusations, overpowering temptations and unjust imprisonment.

Could it be that what happens to us is meant to affect what happens in us? Just as Joseph experienced, we may not always understand God’s ways, but we can rest assured that God’s blessing are abundant. If you are obeying God but struggling to see His hand in your life, then When the Going Gets Tough is for you.

Get started today learning how your choices and God’s choices can work in partnership to move you through the tough times and into the next chapter of your life story!

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A Nation Under God – Reflections from Jeremiah

What does it mean to be a nation under God? What does a nation under God look like? Why would a nation want to be under God? What are the implications of choosing to be a nation under God?What are the implications of choosing not to be a nation under God? Where can we find answers to these questions?

The Bible contains the unique history of one nation – Israel – who was selected and called to be a nation under God. It only seems logical then to rediscover what this Biblical history has to say.
Israel found the calling difficult and at times confusing. Sometimes she longed to live under God and sometimes she rebelled at the thought – she, too, experienced the polar extremes. So God gave a hard task to the prophet Jeremiah. He assigned Jeremiah – following years of Israelite rebellion and struggle – to confront the Israelites with their rebellion and to call them back to living under God’s design and rule. From Jeremiah, then, we can learn what being under God – living by His design and rule – is about. There are other parts of the Bible where these and similar questions are addressed, but nowhere as consistently and forcefully as in Jeremiah.

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