Fishers of Health (tm) by Brad & Keesha Sharp

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by Brad & Keesha Sharp

Fishers of Health TM 
was started by Brad & Keesha Sharp 
They have been married for more than 14 years and love each other more today than ever.

Click HERE to learn more about their relationship.



Ok, if you know anything about me you know that Brad and I have together since we were very young and married for almost 15 years. Yes, 15 years!! I can’t believe it myself sometimes. I mean when we got together we were kids who knew we loved each other. Now, truth be told, we are not the same people we were when we meet, but we have managed to grow up together and not apart. How? Well for sure with God, He is the center of our lives and the closer we stay to Him the closer we stay to each other.

One of the things we have learned over the years is that we love differently. The book that helped us really understand this is “The 5 Love Languages.”  The concept is easy to understand. We all have different love languages. 

Acts of Service
Physical touch
Words of Affirmation
Quality time

Now if you are Physical Touch and your wife or husband is Acts of Service and you are touching them or needing to be touched and they keep cleaning the house for you, you are not feeling loved like you need. The same goes for them. If you keep trying to touch them and your not doing acts of service THEY aren’t feeling loved.

This book really makes you understand how to love your partner the way they need to be loved. 

This concept also works with other people in your life, your kids, your friends your parents. 

Read Keesha’s relationship blog from

“Dear friend, I hope all is well with you and that you are as healthy in body as you are strong in spirit” - 3 John 1:2 NLT
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“The 5 Love Languages”
 by Gary Chapman

“Sheet Music” 
by Dr. Kevin Leman

“GodChicks and the Men They Love” 
by Holly & Philip Wagner


Keeping healthy has a lot to do with keeping great relationships with those in our lives.  As a matter of fact we can eat the best food, put the best things on our bodies but if we have bad relationships we will not be the healthiest we can.  Who we choose to have in our lives can be a matter of life and death.  How we treat them is just as important.  We all have different ways of loving and feeling loved.  

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