HUGS TALK – Adverse Childhood Experiences and how our Faith helps us heal.


This past week on HUGS I was joined by a true kindered spirit his name is Dale Fletcher he is the Founder and Executive Director of the Mind, body connection ministry.

So many of us have lived through challenging times, but not everyone knows how those time can and do effect our health, mind and body, into our futures.  Knowledge is power and on this HUGS Talk show Dale explains some of the research behind these trauma’s and their effects on our health and happiness.  Then we dive deep into how our personal relationship with God is the ultimate game changer. 

Dale has a heart for helping people live a healthy and abundant life. He enjoys applying his formal wellness education and insight from personal life experiences in his role as a ministry leader, faith and health consultant, speaker, retreat leader, and health coach.  Dale’s passion is teaching and coaching others on how to integrate a mind, body and spirit approach to healthy living from a biblical perspective.


  • Dale_FletcherFounder, Faith and Health Connection (founded in 2005)
  • Health and Wellness Director, Harris Family YMCA, Charlotte, NC
  • Director, Weight Management for Life Program, Pinnacle Health System, Harrisburg, PA
  • Health Educator & Wellness Coordinator, Pinnacle Health System, Harrisburg, PA
Dale has a love of the outdoors and enjoys running to stay in shape and manage his stress.  He reside in Charlotte, NC and he and his wife are members of Transformation Church in Fort Mill, SC.
You can reach him through – Faith and Health Connection Ministry

Teaching Biblical Truths for Health & Wholeness
 Or connect on LinkedIn   
Join me on FaceBook to receive encouragement
Receive daily affirmations using scripture on Twitter
Share my Pins on Pinterest


listen live

HUGS Talk- Adverse Childhood Experiences and how our faith can make a difference –  

What do you think?

Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.