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Living Stronger & Living Longer DVD Set

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Live Longer, Live Stronger, is a fascinating interactive journey that is driven by concepts found in the ancient writing of Daniel the Hebrew prophet.  This series is excellent as a follow-up to the Nedley Depression Recovery Program.

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Secrets to Living Stronger and Living Longer
Presenter: Don Mackintosh, MDiv, BSN

(DVD set with Resources)

An updated version of the What's the Connection DVD Series, this 7 part health and training DVD series covers the concepts found in the acient writings of Daniel the Hebrew prophet. 

Each of the six modules has three elements: First, a review of recent scientific insights that attest to the longevity producing effects of the writings. Second, a facilitated group discussion of Daniel, designed to lead the participants to the discovery of fresh insights and their practical application. Third, a short white board animation that reviews the main points of the module.

Living Stronger & Living Longer is a 7-Part Health and Training DVD series.

Training Series Overview

Daniel 1-6 Overview

Daniel 1- The Oldest Scientific Study

Daniel 2- Relationships & Health

Daniel 3- Stress & the Power of Promise & Praise

Daniel 4- Thoughts & Health

Daniel 5- Addictions & the Brain

Daniel 6- Handling the Holidays

Don Mackintosh desired to enable a group leader to have all the tools needed to successfully lead a bible study of the first six chapters of Daniel. This study is a perfect follow-up to the Nedley Depression Recovery Program, as the theme “from disappointment to appointment” is demonstrated in each chapter.


Package Includes:
* 6 DVD's containing all 7 presentations 
* 2 Additional resource disks

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