Water is good for the body and for the soul. Simply being by the ocean can be beneficial to the spirit. Going to the beach can reduce stress, increase your creativity, and reduce feelings of depression! There are also many types of water therapy that can help with aches, pains, and immunity. These include saltwater therapy, hot and cold plunges, and steam baths.
This book explores the relationship of water to spiritual, mental, and physical health using scripture and science research. Just as the body thirsts for literal water, so the heart should thirst for spiritual water. “But whosoever drinketh of the water that I shall give him shall never thirst; but the water that I shall give him shall be in him a well of water springing up into everlasting life” (John 4:14, KJV).
Water Therapy, with its goal of “enriching mind, body, and soul,” will be a useful addition to any self-help library.
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Mrs. Dion McNeal-Lucas is an alumnus and athletic hall of fame track and field thrower from the University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC). She earned two bachelor's degrees—one in mathematics and secondary education—and a master's degree in curriculum and instruction from UMKC. Mrs. Lucas is a veteran math teacher and wellness coach with more than 15 years of experience. She is the former math department chair at Grissom High School in Huntsville, Alabama, and was awarded 2018 Teacher of the Year.
Mrs. Lucas is a professional drummer and percussionist who enjoys integrating music into her lesson plans. She is active in the music ministry at First Missionary Baptist Church in Huntsville, Alabama. She is also a published author and songwriter, and you may visit www.MrsDionLucas.com to learn more about her books and music. Her favorite song is titled “Ordinary People” by Danniebelle Hall because she likes to be an ordinary person doing extraordinary things for her community and country.
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Minister Bridgitt Bradley-Brown hails from Monroeville, Alabama, and is a graduate of Athens State University where she earned a bachelor of science degree in mathematics education with a minor in religion and philosophy. She also holds a bachelor of theology degree from the Huntsville Bible College and master of education degree in educational leadership for faith-based institutions from California Baptist University in Riverside, California.
Ms. Bradley-Brown is an associate minister at First Missionary Baptist Church in Huntsville, Alabama and is currently the intermediate Sunday school superintendent. She also has fifteen years of secondary teaching/coaching experience in Huntsville City Schools and seven years of experience working with federally-funded TRiO Programs through the North Alabama Center for Educational Excellence (NACEE). Currently, she serves at Mae Jemison High School as a math instructor and math coach. Not just a teacher, but an athlete in her own right, Bridgitt began her basketball career at Alabama A&M University and received numerous awards, including Freshman of the Year and Female Athlete of the Year. Since college she has coached several sports, and was named Coach of the Month by the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Huntsville City Schools Female Basketball Coach of the Year for 2009–2010, Teacher of the Year in 2015, and led the Jemison Jaguars to become the Area 15 champions in 2016.
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