What Does God Say About Healthy Relationships?

SHOW NOTES: Episode 23

What does God say about healthy relationships?

I have a special guest on today’s episode, my husband, Jordan. Jordan and I have been married for six years now and we have a three year old son.

Having a healthy relationship requires commitment. We talk a lot about how important it is to keep God at the center of it all first and foremost. We share a lot about the behind the scenes of our relationship and how we got together including goals, challenges we have faced, parenting, and advice for couples. Above all else, in order to have a healthy relationship we remind you that finding the right one and keeping God in your relationship should be the most important part. If God is not in your relationship, it is not the right relationship. Continue to pursue God in all that you do, including in your relationships.

This was a fun Q&A with my husband and we hope you enjoy it!

Thank you for tuning in! I hope you enjoyed this episode. If so, please leave me a rating or review and connect with me on Instagram: @rachelmeigsking


  • Healthy relationships
  • Keeping God center in your relationship 
  • Advice for couples to have a healthy relationship


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Feed Yourself: Healthy Habits for the Mind, Body, & Soul is all about learning the key components of overall health based on Biblical principles. When most people think about getting in shape and becoming “healthy”, they immediately think about their physical health: losing weight, making exercise a priority, possessing flexibility and endurance, and remaining disease free. But Scripture makes it clear that physical wellness is not the only area that impacts health. In order to be TRULY healthy, we have to focus on four areas: spiritual health, emotional health, mental health, and physical health. 

This podcast dives deep into the tools and head knowledge you will need in order to create lasting results, but it also looks at the element that truly ties it all together – the heart knowledge that incorporates faith in God in this area of our lives and how to apply it when things get tough (and they will!).

I wanted to create a space to let you know you are never alone on this journey. Through years of experience in doing everything the WRONG way, I am here to share my journey of getting healthy from the inside out – ditching the restriction and diet culture and truly learning to treat my body as the temple God intended it to be. 

Grab a cup of coffee and join me as I discuss healthy habits to incorporate in your daily life to propel you forward and FEED YOURSELF on your journey to health in all areas: mind, body, and soul!

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