By Sharron Pankhurst
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It’s time to schedule some relaxation in your life…but who has space in their planner for down time? I know I don’t, but it gets my attention if the question is asked another way, “When was the last time you gave your body permission to relax?” Decide now to make your year right, by giving your body a break from the stress of living in the 21st century.
By Phil Black

The folks who run the American Dental Association must be marketing geniuses. Tooth brushing is such a part of a child’s routine. Our family has developed a way to make exercise and faith a regular part of our evening routine. Imagine children and parents squeezing but a few exercises together, brushing up on some Bible reading all in conjunction with good oral hygiene.
By Dale Fletcher, M.S.

You may know how physically fit you are but what’s your level of spiritual fitness? When was the last time you assessed that?
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By Brad Bloom

Had enough of the non-stop fitness gimmickry? Take time to understand how God made you unique then create an exercise and development program that is right for you.
By Carole Lewis and Lucinda Secrest McDowell

Do you need a break from your hectic fast-paced life? If you ever struggle with balancing body and soul then what you need is a spiritually strengthening spa. It has the usual spa treats, such as manicures, pedicures and massages. However, it includes a decidedly Christian atmosphere with speakers who make for a week like no other spa.
By Derek Beech

Unlike spending time in the Bible everyday, the greatest single mistake an athlete can make is to accept that familiar, “train three times per week” advice.
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An interview with Gunnar Peterson, Personal Trainer, CSCS, CPT

Sometimes people actually create their own limits. Every workout has to be taken on a case-by-case basis. Find out how a trainer can enhance every aspect of your life.
By Eva Marie Everson

Excerpt from, Oasis: A Spa for Body and Soul reprinted with permission. Copyright 2007 by Eva Marie Everson. Published by Revell, a division of Baker Publishing Group.
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By Rob Killen

Understand the reasons we have difficulty committing to our New Year's resolution: Lack of motivation, no one to hold you accountable, scheduling conflicts, no specific goals established and no deeper spiritual motivation in your weight loss and fitness quest. Make 2015 your year for success.

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