Tracy Boone and Elijah Boone of “Elijah’s Path to Healing Foundation,” will air the fiftieth episode of their show, “The Path to Healing.” The episode will also feature a special guest, Garret Leonard. Leonard is a livestock and horse specialist with GL Horsemanship in Franktown, CO. Boone endeavors to help people express their grief and overcome hardship through unity with God and horses. The episode is set to air on Tuesday, November 3rd, 2020.
“The Path to Healing Show” is a faith-based show that promotes emotional and physical healing through different paths and guests on the show. In addition to YouTube, “The Path to Healing” airs on two networks: The NOW Network and Preach the Word Network. The show has two segments. The first is called “Mastering Your Belief System” and features a conversation with Tracey Boone and a guest speaker, to change the perspectives of the viewer and help them move forward through their grief. Elijah Boone then does a learning segment from the guest speaker bringing a Word of Wisdom to kids just like him.
Tracy Boone was called to help others overcome their grief after experiencing the loss of her husband. She began in 2015 with “Elijah’s Path to Healing Foundation” and has since expanded into television to further her message and her story. “The show is designed to encourage and have the viewers experience Equine Assisted Learning demonstrated by the horses in so many ways. Also, we have experts educating our audience to equip our viewers on all of life’s obstacles. I don’t ever want anyone to experience that feeling of aloneness again and the fear that grips each and every one of us when grief and loss touch our lives.”
Currently in Minnesota, Tracy and Elijah Boone are filming more content for “The Path to Healing Show” to share their philosophy on emotional wellbeing with the world.
Experience The Path to Healing on YouTube.
About Elijah’s Path to Healing Foundation
The foundation provides a faith-based path to healing for adults and children helping them through their grief and trauma as a result of losing someone they love. Partnerships and donations allow the foundation to take the show on the road and offer a community of support and hope through specialized services and education. (www.elijahspath.com)