Soul Health – Jeremy Austill

Soul Health

  • Last week I spent a couple of blog entries talking about the value of intentionally, diligently establishing healthy thought patterns. At the conclusion of this entry you can hit the links to read those pieces. “Remember the Sabbath and keep it holy.” This is a Divine commandment. Sabbath
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  • Let’s start with a moment of transparency. On the extrovert / introvert scale I trend toward introvert. If you knew me when I was younger, or If you watch me from afar, you may find that a little surprising. As a part of my function and assignment, I am outwardly expressive, and I am comfortable
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  • I referenced in a blog I wrote yesterday, that rather than setting goals, I prefer to diligently cultivate specific thought patterns. You can read my reasoning HERE. A couple of reasons I value a well cultivated thought process over a well thought out goal is my belief that “accomplishment”
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  • January 2020 was but a vapor, and now we continue into February. How are you doing on those New Year Resolutions? Before you hang your head in shame, or lift your chin in pride, I am offering neither a rebuke nor a well done. Rather, now that the newness of 2020 has dissipated, now that the grind of the
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  • Humility has roots… “God opposes the proud but gives grace to the humble.” (James 4:6) “Humble yourselves before the Lord, and he will lift you up in honor.” (James 4:10) If you have been following Jesus long, you know humility is a core value. However, the path to genuine
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  • When I was younger, every hill I came to was one worth dying on. The longer I revolve around the sun/Son, the more difficult it gets to find a hill actually worth dying on. Growth is not the diminishing of passion, but the increased wisdom to know where to apply passion. In my youthful zeal, with a deep
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  • Like many arenas of life, friendship has its own unwritten code. Never date a friend’s ex. If your friend has something in their teeth, discreetly tell them. Always celebrate each other’s successes. Don’t post a photo of them without getting approval…and without using the “skinny app”. Don’t ignore their
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  • I will admit it…my wife and I like “reality TV”. Specifically we watch Survivor and Big Brother. I’m sure the amount of “reality” is minimal, nonetheless they are a guilty pleasure. A few nights ago we were watching an episode of Big Brother. One of the contestants on the show has a trend we have
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  • Life is full of transition. Whether it be the “pack up everything you own and move to a different state” transition, the “I am taking a job in the same field at a different company across town” transition, or the more simple “I’m moving from being a junior to being a senior in high school”
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  • I don’t claim a green thumb. My dad was a gardener by hobby. His flower beds were always lush, his garden bursting with produce and his property adorned with precisely placed trees and plants which complimented one another wonderfully. His home, the appearance of an oasis. Maybe it is by genetics or by
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