As Christians, we are called to take care of our bodies and treat them as temples of the Holy Spirit. Going to the gym can be a great way to do this! Not only does exercise help us stay healthy, but it can also be an act of worship to God.At the gym, we can use the time to focus on the Lord and ref
Today's show explores the one muscle in our body most of us never think about exercising, our pelvic floor! We talk about how this little set of muscles has all of your organs resting on it and how many of the issues women experience, from peeing a little when you sneeze to frequent bathroo ...
Whatever the circumstance God wants us to experience His peace. We need to always put our trust in Him regardless of the outcome. It is important to remember that we should always seek to change those things we are able to change, accept what we have no power to change, and let God determine the final result.
If you were faced with the proposition of reading a Harlequin Romance or the Holy Bible what would you choose? No, I am not joking nor am I trying to be cute. Despite being from opposite ends of the literary spectrum, choosing a romance novel in lieu of a Bible is far from a simple decision for many people.
I am sure there have been days, weeks, months, or even years when you have felt completely and utterly exhausted mentally, physically, and emotionally by various situations in your life. Many of the burdens we carry from day to day cannot be resolved on their own. Jesus simply says come to Him and He will give us rest. He will carry those burdens for us. All you need to do is ask.
Wondering what to do and what not to do on a bad body image day? Here are five tips to help you navigate those days when you wake up and feel "bleh" about your body. If somedays you feel more consumed with your body and the desire to change it feels overwhelming, know you are not alone ...
God’s presence replaces all fear with confidence, uncertainty with security, and conflict with an incredible sense of peace. There are no gray areas here, just black and white. While these verses apply to a couple of adventurous and bumbling hikers, they most certainly apply to any of you struggling through adversity.