May 16, 2023
Today’s episode is a conversation with Alex Ford, founder of Cultivate Well. Alex helps us navigate how we should think about our bodies in light of God’s good design and what He says in His Word. Did you know that you can trace a biblical view of the body from Genesis all the way to Revelation? Well, you can! Alex shows us in Scripture how we can think holistically about our bodies as a means of stewardship and what it looks like to pursue Christ-centered wellness.
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0:56 - About Alex
3:04 - Favorite things
4:17 - What is Christ-centered whole person wellness?
8:12 - What does the Bible say about our bodies?
14:25 - Caring for the body and the soul
22:20 - Addressing insecurity and other body image issues
27:18 - How can we pursue Christ-centered wellness?
31:36 - What the gospel has changed for Alex
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