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5 Reasons You Should Take a Hike

It isn’t often that we associate the words “Go take a hike” with warm wishes for good health, spiritual growth and...
How Gratitude Is the Key to a Healthier Life

How Gratitude Is the Key to a Healthier Life

Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays. Simply saying the word fills the air with the comforting aroma of my mom’s homemade stuffing and floods my mind with images of orange-yellow leaves drifting down from treetops and forming crunchy piles underfoot. I can...

Diana Anderson: Sickness, Oppression and Healing

Diana Anderson: Sickness, Oppression and Healing

“Dear friend, I pray that you may enjoy good health and that all may go well with you, even as your soul is getting along well.” (3 John 2)We know that adhering to God’s nutrition plan and maintaining an active lifestyle are the keys to physical—and, in many...

The Scary Skinny on Artificial Sweeteners

The Scary Skinny on Artificial Sweeteners

“My son, eat thou honey, because it is good; and the honeycomb, which is sweet to thy taste.” (Proverbs 24:13, KJV)The powdery white wave of artificial sugars has rolled onto American shores the past few years, helping crown “low-sugar” and “sugar-free” as successors...

Whether You Eat or Drink

Whether You Eat or Drink

woman working outHelp and strengthen
us to glorify You in all that we do, Father.
This
request, or something like it, is lifted up to the Lord by countless
Christians every day. But how many of us take time to consider the
sweeping implications of the unassuming, three-letter word, all?

I
am a 24-year-old personal trainer who grew up hearing the Word,
praying with my parents and attending church since Day One. But
despite my Christian upbringing, it took me19 years to learn that
exalting Christ’s name and glorifying the Father isn’t simply
restricted to “holy” or “religious” activities such as
fasting or volunteering at a homeless shelter. Like Paul said to the
carnal Corinthians, we are called to glorify God whether we eat or
drink! (see 1 Cor.10:31).

Today, by God’s grace
and unending faithfulness, I am healthy, strong and free from
oppression and pride-saturated sin. A devastating breakup with my
first love at age 17 turned my world upside down. Instead of turning
to God for consolation and guidance, I sought to obtain a sense of
control through my “healthy” habits.

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