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Physical and Mental Health

Healthy Living

Make Life Better​—Emotional Health

We benefit when we develop the strength to control our emotions.

The Way of Happiness​—Physical Health and Resilience

Does ill health doom a person’s happiness?

How Can I Lose Weight?

If you need to lose weight, don’t think in terms of following a diet but of adopting a healthy lifestyle.

Young People Talk About Healthy Lifestyles

Do you find it hard to eat right and exercise? In this clip young people share what they do to stay healthy.

Make Life Better​—Physical Health

Bible principles encourage us to do what we can to care for our life physically.

Coping With Illness

Living With Chronic Illness—Can the Bible Help?

Yes! Learn three steps that can help you to cope with chronic illness.

Is Life Worth Living When You Have a Serious Illness?

Learn how some coped when they had a serious illness.

Coping With Disabilities

Living by Touch

James Ryan was born deaf and later became blind. What has given him a real purpose in life?

Braille Bible—“Without It, I Would Feel Lost”

Hear the experience of a blind man who has benefited from having the Bible in braille.


What Does the Bible Say About Caregiving for Elderly Parents?

The Bible provides examples of men and women of faith who did so. It also offers practical advice that can help caregivers.

What if My Parent Is Sick?

You are not the only young person to face such a situation. Learn what helped two others to cope.


When Life Seems Unbearable

Life is worth living despite any adversity.

Can the Bible Help Me if I’m Depressed?

There are three things God gives generously to help with feelings of depression.

How Can the Bible Help Those With Suicidal Thoughts?

What practical advice does the Bible give to someone who wants to die?

Anxiety and Stress

How to Deal With Isolation

When you feel isolated, finding hope, happiness, and satisfaction can seem impossible​—it’s not.

How to Deal With Stress

Review some practical principles that can help you to deal better with stress and perhaps even reduce it.