"To have the energy to meet your goals, change has to start with your body."
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Let's all join our faith together in believing it will come to pass.
A healthy sexual relationship for a Christian couple takes effort, and it's worth working for.
Following up on a previous article, Certified Wellness Coach Kimberly Taylor explains why these diets are spiritually ineffective.
The Juice Lady, Cherie Calbom, says God doesn't want you fat, sick and tired. It makes it harder for you to do your kingdom work.
You might be surprised how these things intersect.
Many believers might feel the same way Kimberly Taylor, who once weighed 240 pounds, did. She's since lost 80 pounds.
It affords you an opportunity to submit and consecrate yourself afresh to the one who loves you freely.
Any health-behavior change is hard enough trying to do it on your own. You need help.
It's the same place the battle is fought.
Leave out any one of them, and you have seriously shortchanged yourself.
Do this before the next time you make a trip to the grocery store.
It's why some health facilities actually incorporate forgiveness therapy into a cancer patient's overall treatment.
Believers should heed this as a wakeup call.
Here's what you can do to turn a potentially debilitating emotional state of discouragement into a better state of mind.
There is a biblical way to attack it.
Here are some practical yet very spiritual positions you can take when overcoming these tendencies.
We must ask ourselves sometimes, "Why do we do it?"
You will experience a noticeable change when you put this into practice daily.
Your body's health is important, but what if you are handling your nutritional decisions the wrong way?