137. Created For Relationship

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It is our pleasure to welcome Michelle Spires!

Michelle is a mom of 2 amazing girls and a Quantum Leap Coach. She’s journeyed through personal training, nutrition counseling, essential oils and more on her quest for health and wellness. While she found each of them to be beneficial, there was still a piece missing.  
Through Quantum Leap Coaching, she found true health and wellness comes from the inner. It’s our natural design. To remember our health and life, we peel off the layers of lies (that have been playing out for generations) to reveal the truth.  
“I love seeing the sparkle in my clients eyes as they begin to remember who they really are and love Life again!”
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Created For Relationship

by Mississippi Sound

There was a study done by Harvard students on a group from Boston. When tracking these people for 75 years the results showed;
Relationships are the foundation we build life on. Our first relationship we need to build will of course be with our creator Yahweh. He created us to be in a relationship with Him and we should do our part to build that relationship and keep it ongoing. We are to nurture other relationships with our parents, siblings, extended family and then with our spouse, children, and friends. You can build relationships past those with our neighbors, business partners, and those that we work with. 
There is a difference between good relationships and great relationships. We must remember relationships have an impact on our quality of life both physically and mentally because we are social beings that are created to connect with others. It is believed that we have less cognitive impairment when we engage with others. Loneliness has best friends like depression, addiction, and even symptoms of disease can show up. 
Look at our social media and read long enough and you will see the signs of loneliness. We are seeing such high suicide reports at this time. We see a high rate of offense, blame, and ugliness happening like never before or at least that I personally have not seen before. 
We need to remember to have Yeshua as our plumb line. Everything must align with Him. Relationships are built but we must remember that they also have to be maintained and nurtured. 
We are to walk in Honor and Respect with all of our relationships. When we create a relationship with Father first, He teaches us what a healthy relationship looks and feels like. Plus there are many healthy benefits when we are vibrating in great relationships that are nurtured out of the heart of the Father. 
When offense happens or something happens that you don’t understand, go to that person and have a conversation that has the frequency, sound, and vibrates the heart of the Father. More times than not will fruit a beautiful and loving result. 
Remember, “Love, Always Wins.”

A Call To Intention

There’s a call to intention in our community.
Ginger, a long time supporter of ATS, has reached out to us concerning her daughter Temple McCollum’s fight with cancer. 
We are calling all who read this to stand with us in intention for Temple’s swift, full and complete healing! Blessings to you Temple!
This is her story from her gofundme page which you can find here.
Fear does not stop death. Fear stops life. Life is meant to be enjoyed in all its glory. Sometimes you will have regrets and other times there will be none. Many people say this but, few put it into action. What would you do if you were given a terminal diagnosis with less than a five year life expectancy? Would you continue to pursue the normal? Or would you gear up for the fight of your life and dive head first into relentless amounts chemo therapy, surgeries, and radiation. Do you chose to take on the battle and live your life to the fullest. 
I was diagnosed at 32 with stage four metastatic colon cancer with mets to the liver. I chose to dive in head first and start fighting for my future. I knew this fight was going to be long and arduous. But it is a fight I felt I could win. After months of chemo and surgeries I was overjoyed when it seemed to be a success. However the remission was short lived. One week before my wedding we learned the cancer had returned. This time with even more mets to the liver lungs stomach and bone. I was heartbroken but leapt right back in to the grueling schedule of chemo surgeries and radiation once again. 
As my eighth year in this fight approaches an uneasy feeling amongst my family began to arise. I decided to take on an extremely radical and high risk surgery in which half of my liver, parts of lungs, small portions of three ribs and diaphragm where removed. This surgery was successful and we are hopeful the recovery will be as well. My husband and I worked throughout this entire process. Despite two incomes the long recovery and exorbitant cost of heath care. We have depleted all our savings and are struggling to make ends meet. My goal with this fundraiser is to bridge the gap so that I may continue fighting. 
I appreciate you taking the time to read this small glimpse of the battle which I have undertook. If you are able to help, any donation would be appreciated. No donation is too small. Please share this story with others in hopes that we may continue to fight this brutal battle against cancer. We are grateful for your prayers and your support.

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