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Family Wellness - Raising Resilient, Christ-Purposed Children
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Raising a family is sacred, God-given work. Parents and grandparents who are physically, emotionally, mentally, and faithfully whole will raise children who honor the same Christian values. Family wellness allows parents and grandparents to form healthy, faith-based relationships with their children and grandchildren. Learn practical parenting styles, tips for handling tough situations, and ways to connect your family to Jesus more deeply.

“Parenting with the goal of forming relationships—WE—requires more than conversation; it requires action that anchors  our verbiage.” 

–John D. Eckrich from the Introduction

What is Wellness?

Wellness is multifaceted: it extends to the emotional, physical, mental, and spiritual well-being of children, parents and grandparents. God’s Word explains how He wants families to live in wellness together using five core character values.

love

Love

resilience

Resilience

integrity

Integrity

security

Security

compassion

Compassion

John D. Eckrich, MD

About the Author

John D. Eckrich, MD, is a board-certified internist and gastroenterologist who serves the St. Louis community at large, especially church workers and their families. In 1999, he founded Grace Place Wellness Ministries, a retreat-based program to encourage stewardship of body, mind, and spirit among Lutheran pastors and teachers. He is an author and speaker on wellness topics from a Christian perspective. Dr. Eckrich lives in St. Louis with his wife, as do his three children, their spouses, and grandchildren.

Preview Chapter 1 on roles and relationships.