By John Quinn

You may not be in a wheelchair like John Quinn but to say he is “confined” would be far from the truth. In fact from where he sits he sees possibilities that help him go further than he ever could have before. He is standing in faith to someday stand. Quinn reveals that walking isn’t the only thing we take for granted. Your personal challenge, if you give it to God can be your greatest victory.
An interview with John Rozmus
Bodybuilding.com is a website that boasts being “the future of bodybuilding”. More than 450,000 people have created their own personal BodySpace profile. If you look beyond all the egos and self-promotion you’ll find one of those profiles belongs to John Rozmus. The University of Cincinnati student uses his BodySpace to model more than muscles. John’s online presentation represents a growing number of people who are motivated to seek God and find multiple ways to actively live out their faith in Jesus and make a difference.
By Brad Bloom
>Get some exercise. Get some fresh air. Get alone with God and be spiritually refreshed. The October 6 Worship Weekend is a day retreat designed to help you discover and live in the companionship of God. Reserve you place for this event today.
By Rebecca Arguelles
National Police Week is May 9-15. Faith & Fitness Magazine celebrates the physical and spiritual leadership of those who serve by recognizing Sergeant Rebecca Arguelles of Chicago. Her life shows how all of us can take the gifts of compassion and personal wellness to positively impact the lives of others.
An interview with country musician Susie McEntire
At age 52 most women would find lifting a 202 pound barbell for exercise to be... well pretty dangerous. For country musician Susie McEntire the words pretty and dangerous mean pursuing beautiful relationships and taking her role as a woman who loves God further. Play streaming audio of her hit tune Sky Full Of Angels while you read.
By Rob Killen
Ready for an exciting new workout? The ChurchFitness.com 2010 New Equipment Showcase is sure to deliver. Our equipment expert, Rob Killen previews some of the best machines that could be debuting in a club near you soon. Learn everything you need to know about the latest and greatest for 2010.
By Krista Kauffman
Are you committed to doing everything you can to achieve physical and spiritual fitness for the rest of your life? Here is your call to action and accountability. Fitness isn’t about self-gratification - it’s about obedience to God. We have found five people to start an exciting journey. They will get the book FIT TO SERVE free and an entire year of free personal coaching from Coach Powers in 2010. Read and learn more.
By Coach Tim Powers
Start your 2010 Fit To Serve Challenge here. We’re pleased to introduce Clay, Joy, Sharon, Mark and Kim our five challenge participants. They’ve begun a yearlong training program with Coach Powers. But this isn’t just for them. It is for you too. Plan to interact daily in our FORUM with the coach, our team and other readers and become fit to serve.
In:ciite Media's artist Charmaine releases her first album, Love Reality. Her songs encourage others to trust God. In her interview here with Faith & Fitness Magazine she shares her perspectives on how faith must be the key force to deal with struggles and be whole. Find out how she stays fit with tough training and healthy eating. Listen to her new tune, Fighting Furies, while you read.
By Coach Tim Powers
How is your progress going in our Fit To Serve challenge? If it is new for you, it is not too late to start. This installment of our year-long challenge examines common struggles and sets the stage for a closer look at the specific improvements the members of our team are making. Read their online journals. There you can interact with them and be encouraged in your own Fit To Serve challenge.

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