The Nehemiah 52 Day Challenge

Rebuilding Your Wall of Health

by Maureen Greer



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 3/24/2024

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 454
ISBN : 9798823021500
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 454
ISBN : 9798823021494
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 454
ISBN : 9798823021517

About the Book

The Nehemiah 52 Day Challenge: Rebuilding Your Wall of Health connects the actions of the God-fearing man, Nehemiah, to the physical, mental, and spiritual health of believers using the Book of Nehemiah. As it works through this book four different times during the 52 days, it challenges the reader to implement the spiritual actions which the book describes along with day-to-day lifestyle habits which will help to “rebuild the Wall of Health” of everyone in many different aspects of their lives. The book not only addresses issues pertaining to the body, but it also encourages the reader to consider other areas of their lives where their “walls” are weak as they allow toxins to intrude into their brains, bodies, and beliefs. It also brings to light the problem of their “wall” becoming too “impenetrable” in unhealthy ways such as in refusing relationships, failing to admit responsibility and weaknesses, refusal to receive instruction, or in disconnecting from others in unhealthy ways. In addition, the topics of trauma, oppression, greed, relationships, sleep, depression, anxiety, mood, anger, water, behavior, learning, nourishment, environmental inputs, digestion, brain health, the gut brain connection, exercise, and work ethic, plus much more are addressed. The book consists of 52 action steps based on connections made from the Book of Nehemiah to the health and behavior of all individuals.

About the Author

Maureen Greer, married for 25 years and mother of six children, is a teacher and nurse. She is a graduate of Iowa State University with a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of Iowa and works with veterans and others who need nursing care as well as those seeking to improve their health through education, nourishing decisions, and habits. She holds a Bachelor of Music and Master’s degree in Educational Psychology from the University of Iowa, Functional Nutrition and Lifestyle Practitioner certification from the Functional Nutrition Lab, Health Coaching Certification from the Health Coach Institute, and Cognitive Therapy certification from the Equipping Minds Cognitive Therapy Program. Her background and pursuit to learn from God through His Word have caused her to step out to encourage others as they rebuild their “Wall of Health.” When her sixth child was born with Down syndrome, she continued researching the brain and body connection and the impact that diet and lifestyle have on the development of the whole person and in optimizing brain, physical, and spiritual health. Her pursuit to optimize the best cognition and health of her daughter and the rest of her children led her to the area of functional nutrition/medicine and neuroplasticity. She is passionately diligent to help all people, including children, gain a better brain, body, and belief using Scripture and sound health guidance. Her goal is to help others realize that God has a purpose for their lives which she also addresses in her first book, Health Through the Psalms: To Do God’s Will. She desires that others would realize with her that the ultimate goal of health is to do God’s will. In her spare time, she enjoys composing music based on Scripture and resting in Him.