Why live well?
Seeking to live well in mind, body and spirit is a personal journey, undertaken for personal reasons.
ELCA Primary Health Plan Member including spouses/partners:
TAKE THE MAYO CLINIC HEALTH ASSESSMENT NOW
Take it by MARCH 21 and submit your name at the link below to be eligible for a second drawing for $100 off your assembly registration. Spouses/partners submit names, also, and someone from your congregation get's the $100 even if you aren't attending the assembly:
SUBMIT YOUR NAME HAVING TAKEN THE ASSESSMENT
"Do you live well?" or "Do you feel centered day to day?" or "Does your faith ground you in life?" Resilience is really at the core of being well, that capacity to handle what life throws at you, to take on challenges vigorously but not compulsively, to fit a health condition gracefully into your life — to be a healthy leader able to enhance the lives of others.
ELCA primary health plan members -- rostered leaders, lay employees, and eligible spouses -- earn $150 personal wellness account credit for completing the Mayo Clinic EmbodyHealth online assessment.
Take the health assessment by April 30 to help employers in the Rocky Mountain Synod earn a 2% discount on health contributions. Plus, the Rocky Mountain Synod earns a $20,000 bonus towards health and wellness initiatives!
It doesn't take much to start living well. In fact, it starts with taking one small step. What's one small step you could take toward wellness? Did some small step make a difference in your life?
Ten Reasons to Live Well
in the ELCA
Live Well website
To be a more effective leader for the sake
of the world
To role-model healthy behaviors for our children
To have a healthier relationship with God
To endure hardship with resilience and grace
To feel better in mind and body
To avoid lifestyle-related illness
To better steward gifts given by God
To age with strength and dignity
To lead my congregation toward wellness
To help decrease overall health care costs and increase mission dollars