Churches have nice looking steeples but do they produce much energy for a community? Magazine publisher Brad Bloom discusses the extremes in confidence from arrogance to fear. How confident are you in your faith, your fitness and in the impact you have on others?
Create a Top 10 for 2010 --- and make sure it is just a little dangerous! Don’t let this year slip away without really working a wide range of muscles. When you get pushed and pulled you feel the tension – now experience the strength.
Full of rugged adventure, I recently explored the most amazing place. Tumbling headfirst into a cave, I got some dirt under my fingernails and a bruise or two. Have you found your place to interact spiritually and live life physically?
In the challenges of life how do you make the next step less painful? How do you make the next step count? Don’t make God or exercise little more than a drug. Start here and discover keys to motivation that will unlock powerful ways to take your faith and fitness further.
The strength and conditioning program CrossFit and being spiritually fit by carrying YOUR own cross have some similarities. Do CrossFit for well-rounded physical strength. Lift your cross of life challenges and personal burdens for genuine spiritual maturity. Are you lifting everything you should or is your life fully loaded with junk?
It is time to celebrate the fit church. In the world of fitness the well-developed, muscular and healthy human body is celebrated. In like fashion today’s fit church offers a dramatic example of how a body of people called the church can be fully immersed in being the life that God has created.
What is Christian wellness? How do you define church fitness? Take a look at what a church exercise facility should be. Sad to say, but you probably won’t find any great Christian programming in churches or fitness facilities any time soon. Why are we so far from doing the most obvious? What will it take to make it happen?
Ms. California 2009 and Father Alberto Cutie with the aid of photographers help us see just how much we can do with our bodies. Scandalous? Perhaps yes. But, what would you risk to grow in your relationship with God?