The Honeymoon Effect

Kari BrowningBlog, General

Dr. Bruce Lipton, a cellular biologist, writes about the “Honeymoon Effect” and how it affects our health. When we fall in love, our eyes twinkle. Our affection isn’t just limited to our partner; rather we are in love with life itself and it shows. He urges us to rewrite our perceptions so we can create … Read More

Kingdom Culture

Kari BrowningBlog, General

The Kingdom of Love has a much different culture than what is found in most Evangelical churches. In the Kingdom of Love, we are taught to bless and not to curse those that persecute us. In the Kingdom of Love, we are taught to live in harmony with one another. In the Kingdom of Love, … Read More

Meet me There

Kari BrowningBlog, General

Jesus told us to beware of the leaven of the Pharisees (hypocrisy) and Herod (political power). Churches and individuals that have been influenced by this “leaven” will demonize anyone who doesn’t agree with their beliefs. They begin to believe that “the other” is evil and that they are the enemy. It creates a culture of … Read More

Bible and Science

Kari BrowningBlog, General

Important health principles have been in the Bible for hundreds of years before they were discovered by medical science. There was a plague in Europe in 1346 to 1353 that killed 75 to 200 million people. Historians estimate the epidemic wiped out 45-60% of the population. Only one city in Croatia imposed a quarantine. They … Read More

No Coincidences

Kari BrowningBlog, General, Uncategorized

It is not a coincidence, I believe, that the coronavirus quarantine falls at the same time that the plagues occurred in Egypt. The plagues persuaded Pharaoh to let the children of Israel leave Egypt. Passover is known as the “Season of our Freedom.” As they left Egypt on Passover, Moses took with him the bones … Read More