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A Biblical Take on Self-Love and Investing in Your Health

from SHE with Jordan Lee Dooley | Published 6/9/2021

Do you ever wonder if it’s possible to live a Biblical life of self-denial while prioritizing your own wellness? Is self-care selfish? Sometimes it can feel like you’re being pulled in two different directions by the world and by our faith when it comes to self-love.  You either neglect your wellness and health in the name of “selflessness” or you feel guilty for spending the money on a gym membership, organic produce, clean skin products, or professional medical care (and the list goes on).  If you feel conflicted and trapped between these two extremes, then get ready to hear some wisdom as Jordan unpacks just what it means to care for yourself while also dying to self.  Get ready and turn up the volume because you won’t want to miss this! You’re going to learn: What it means to “love your neighbor as yourself” The Biblical purpose of self-care Why self-love and self-denial are not mutually exclusive The difference between stewardship and selfishness Why it is not vain to invest in your health  Practical ways to prioritize your wellness See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

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Pull up a seat and get ready to step into the woman you’re about to become. Join alongside National Bestselling Author, Jordan Lee Dooley, for this workshop-style podcast uniquely designed to help working women (like you!) steward your home, health, and work well – whatever your work looks like in this season.  Each week, you’ll walk away with implementable steps to improve your everyday life as an ambitious woman. From cultivating a home to managing money well, women’s health to clean living, time management to goal setting, we cover it.   Rooted in faith, inspired by Proverbs 31, and jam-packed with practical takeaways, each episode will inspire and equip you to pursue your dreams while prioritizing the most important things, or as J likes to say, “own your everyday.”  Come invited, leave ignited.