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Christianity and Fitness

Talks about the parallels between the Christian faith and fitness.

Christianity and Fitness – Meditation

Please read the previous article in the Christianity and Fitness series: Intimidation.

As with most things in life, it is better to take things slowly. If you rush through things, you might miss a detail, get in an accident, or not reach the goal you are striving for.

With both Christianity and fitness, it is important to take your time so that meaning isn’t lost and your time isn’t wasted.

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Christianity and Fitness – Finding a Facility

Please read the previous article in the Christianity and Fitness series: Getting off of the Couch.

I’ve moved a lot in my life. Looking back, it seems that one of the hardest things to find is a new church. Finding a church is difficult because there are so many flavors. Some of the choices include: traditional, conservative, contemporary, non-denominational, Baptist, Lutheran, Methodist, pentecostal, and Bible churches.

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Christianity and Fitness – Getting off of the Couch

When I think back to the reasons I began working out again, it all boils down to convenience. There simply was no reason for me not to work out. I have a workout facility in the same building I work in, and the workout facility is free. However, as convenient it was for me to work out again, I find myself still coming up with excuses not to go.

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Christianity and Fitness – Introduction

For the past few months, I have been thinking about starting a series on my blog entitled, “Christianity and Fitness.” As of today, I will begin what will hopefully become a long and flourishing series unleashing the parallels between Christianity and fitness.

What this series hopes to accomplish can be summed up in Ephesians 4:21-24 (NIV):

21Surely you heard of him and were taught in him in accordance with the truth that is in Jesus.

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