Abundance, Favor, Glory, God, Harvest, Healing, Health

How To Know You’re Living the Milk and Honey Life–Part 2

Kimberly N. Alleyne The Harvest Magazine, Publisher and Editor “And I have said, I will bring you up out of the affliction of Egypt unto the land of the Canaanites, Hittites, Amorites, Perizzites, Hivites, Jebusites unto a land flowing with milk and honey.” Exodus 3:17   In Part 1 of this series, we shared that… Read More How To Know You’re Living the Milk and Honey Life–Part 2

Deliverance, Faith, Favor, Fear, Forgiveness, Healing, Health, The Cross

Permanent Weight Loss

Kimberly N. Alleyne The Harvest Magazine, Publisher and Editor Have you been on a scale lately? What’s your weight? Would you like to drop a few pounds, or are you satisfied with what you weigh? These are obviously rhetorical questions. Before you answer rhetorically, know that I’m referring to “spiritual” weight, not physical weight. While on… Read More Permanent Weight Loss

Catholic Church, Church, Faith, Fear, Health, Religion

Church attendance linked with reduced suicide risk, especially for Catholics, study says

Against a grim backdrop of rising suicide rates among American women, new research has revealed a blinding shaft of light: One group of women — practicing Catholics — appears to have bucked the national trend toward despair and self-harm. Compared with women who never participated in religious services, women who attended any religious service once… Read More Church attendance linked with reduced suicide risk, especially for Catholics, study says

Christianity, Faith, Fear, Feature, Healing, Health, Obedience, Praise, Spirituality, Testimony, Thanksgiving, Trust

Broken Pencils and #Crazy Faith

Trusting and Obeying God When Doing So Seems…Weird Kimberly N. Alleyne The Harvest Magazine, Publisher and Editor I stood up to get my purse so I could meet Shannon outside for lunch. When I stood up, my legs buckled and collapsed. What happened afterwards is a blur. What I do remember is that I was on… Read More Broken Pencils and #Crazy Faith

Faith, Harvest on Health, Health, Prayer

Radical Faith for Radical Healing

How One Woman Conquered Thyroid Cancer and Found Her Passion  Kimberly N. Alleyne The Harvest Magazine, Publisher and Editor #Harvest on Health | Thyroid Awareness Month Feature January 2016   JANUARY IS THYROID AWARENESS MONTH! January is a popular month for people to flood gyms in honor of their New Year resolutions to lose weight, and drop holiday pounds.… Read More Radical Faith for Radical Healing

Current events, Health

New Cure For Hepatitis C Heals 90% of Patients

Scientists have announced they now have a cure for the hepatitis C virus. The pills not only wipe out the virus in nine of ten patients who suffer from the disease, they also restore liver function. When attacked by the virus the liver gets scarred or even cancer as a result, making hepatitis C the… Read More New Cure For Hepatitis C Heals 90% of Patients

Church, Culture, Current events, Health

They said no to company-mandated flu shot and now fear firing. Here’s why.

Megan Duncan, Alanda Watson and Denise Mercurius will report to work Friday morning, as they have done every day for years. Once there, they expect to be fired. The three women — employees of Lutheran Social Ministries of New Jersey, an agency that helps the elderly and the disadvantaged throughout the state — are among… Read More They said no to company-mandated flu shot and now fear firing. Here’s why.

African-American, Christianity, Church, Culture, Explanatory Journalism, Health, Mental Health

Podcast: Depression and the Black Christian (Part 1)

In Search of Healing and Hope Drs. Ural H. Hill and Miranda M. Hill The Harvest Magazine contributors   *This is the first installment of a series about the stigma that surrounds depression and other mental health disorders in the Black faith community. LISTEN TO OUR PODCAST HERE:   Introduction Life can sometimes pose challenges… Read More Podcast: Depression and the Black Christian (Part 1)

Current events, Health, Healthcare, Religion

Christian doctors’ group says new college policy infringes on freedom of conscience

March 24, 2015 Lauren Pelley Displayed with permission from Toronto Star With physician-assisted suicide on the horizon, the Christian Medical and Dental Society of Canada is asking the Ontario Superior Court to declare that a new regulatory policy infringes upon doctors’ freedom of conscience. The society, which represents close to 1,700 members, filed documents in… Read More Christian doctors’ group says new college policy infringes on freedom of conscience

African-American, Church, Culture, Current events, Explanatory Journalism, Faith Community, Faith-based Organizations, Health, Healthcare

Why African-Americans Are Less Likely to Get the Flu Vaccine and How the Church Can Help

Kimberly N. Alleyne Instances of U.S. influenza (flu) activity have reached the epidemic threshold for the 2014-15 flu season according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (2015). Annually there are 15 to 61 million cases of influenza are in the United States; each year 36,000 U.S. deaths are caused by flu. The CDC… Read More Why African-Americans Are Less Likely to Get the Flu Vaccine and How the Church Can Help