Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Evan's Blog & Website

Evan now has a blog and a website for his photography. The links are below:


Here's a sample of his photography...you may also look at the majority of the pictures on my blog...

To contact him about photography options email him at mirrorimagearts@yahoo.com

Thursday, August 26, 2010

Our Next Lifestyle Program :)

Our next In-Home Lifestyle Program is from September 12-26, 2010.

In this program the attendees are able to experience have a lifestyle program in the comfort of a home. They will participate in a cleansing program, organic juicing, cooking classes, health seminars, hydrotherapy & natural remedy classes, as well as being able to experience the hydrotherapy treatments for themselves. Before leaving we work with each person to fit their new lifestyle habits into the routine that they will have when they go home.

If you have any questions about the program please contact us at: laurakmckinley@gmail.com

Blessings to you all,


Monday, August 23, 2010

We have a new blog!

Our family ministry "The Creator's Way" now has a blog for itself!

It is: http://thecreatorsway.blogspot.com/

May the Lord continue to bless you all.


Tuesday, August 3, 2010

This Week's Feature ~ Migraine Headaches

Do any of you struggle with Migraine Headaches? If you do you know how horrible and debilitating they can be. My mom and I both have suffered from them. Normally what we would do would be to go to bed and suffer for hours and then wait for a few days for the effects to subside. In the past few years we learned that there are some natural remedies that are available to use for migraines. Since then we have been able to stop several migraines from developing.

At the first sign of a migraine (an aura, numb feeling, pain, etc. ) take Feverfew tea. This is made by putting 1 tsp of feverfew herb in a tea ball or tea bag, with 1 cup of water and simmer for 12 minutes. It is best to drink this right away. Only take 2-3 times per day.

Another remedy for migraines is to get in a hot tub and put ice packs/ ice bags on the persons head and the back of their neck. Keep them well hydrated and in a dark quite room. If one does not have access to a bathtub, use a hot water bottle and put it on their feet and ice on their heads. The ice is for pushing the blood away from the head and the hot water to the feet and body will help to pull the blood to the feet and other areas of the body.