How to overcome Negative Beliefs that are Keeping you Stuck

How to Transform negative beliefs

We all suffer from unhelpful, negative beliefs but, some of us suffer more than is necessary.  Have you ever been in a situation where you had to make a life-changing decision and was faced with two choices: a bad choice which seemed like the attractive easy option and the best choice that looked tough to swallow.  It might not be a life-altering situation in the sense of the heavens opening or life and death stuff – but you’d be amazed at how even the smallest choices that we make can have a knock on effect on the overall path we take. Continue Reading →

4 Things That Keep You From Achieving Your God Given Dreams (Guest Post by Dr. Naima Johnston – Bush)

Inside each of us is a purpose only we can fulfil.  As the cares of life encompass us we often lose sight of those dreams and settle less.  Are you living a life filled with Christ’s purpose and applying your gifts to be a blessing? It wasn’t until I quit my job to found Broken Box Ministries. I didn’t have the resources to do what God was calling me to do. I felt I was too old to begin pursuing my dream and I was unsure but I needed to trust God. Maybe you’re not called to quit your job Continue Reading →

5 Tips for Starting a Healing Diet Right

This month I hosted another training call, this time it was on the topic of health – more precisely my experience of starting and maintaining a healing diet.  There are so many different healing diets out there so in this training I explain what I mean by a healing diet and simplify some of the reasoning behind the whys and hows. I also share with you 5 things that I wish somebody had told me right at the beginning of my own journey of starting a healing autoimmune protocol diet.  The training is free to view,

Knowing How to Forgive

This post continues on from yesterday’s post on Forgiveness – Forgiveness is an Action. Forgiveness isn’t easy and anyone who says otherwise is surely kidding themselves – it might get easier with time and practice but it is a journey of practiced divinity. How do we know when it’s the right time to forgive?  Is there a best time or should we forgive someone regardless? This might be a bit controversial because when we read about forgiveness it almost looks like it’s instantaneous – it seems to me that there’s almost always a process that surrounds it. As such, I’m convinced Continue Reading →