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The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed our christian generation´s deficiencies regarding selfcare and how to put our life in order. We need a biblical, balanced, and practical perspective. There are two ways to approach this, and as in every dichotomy, acting upon one extreme or the other does not guarantee a healthy balance. We often ask ourselves things like: What does God say about selfcare? How can I take care of myself and organize my life in a wholesome way? Isn´t that selfish? Is it sinful to emphasize taking care of the body? We read clear instructions in Scripture that tell us that we are called to love with all of our mind, soul, strength and heart (two of which imply the physical aspect). God has given us a body, and when He came to the world He came in a body. When He ascended to heaven, He ascended in a body, but when it was necessary to crucify Him, He was willing to do it.
Jeanine Martínez de Urrea currently serves as Director of the Reforma Institute and deacon at Iglesia Reforma en Guatemala sent by International Baptist Church from her native Dominican Republic. She worked for more than 10 years as a Civil Engineer before serving full time on missions. She has served for more than 10 years as a cross-cultural missionary, with a focus on biblical teaching, missionary training and discipleship, in South and East Asia, Australia and Latin America. She is passionate about making disciples of Christ, of all nations, through the study and teaching of the Bible, book by book. She has a Master of Science in Theological Studies from the Southern Baptist Seminary (SBTS), and another Master of Science in Sanitary and Environmental Engineering (INTEC). She likes to cook, listening to music, and meeting people from different cultures, appreciating the manifold grace. Every now and then, she remembers to stop and smell the flowers. She is happily married to Alex after been single for 41 years.
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