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Vital Signs | Erwin McManus

How healthy are you? Eat right. Exercise. Many of us struggle to keep our bodies in shape. But are we really healthy? Our total health begins at the core of who we are … our spirit. Our spiritual health is linked directly to our emotional, physical and mental health. How healthy do you really think you are? Erwin McManus teaches how we can reclaim our spiritual health by examining how our faith affects us physically, emotionally, and relationally.  

The 90-Day Fitness Challenge | Phil & Amy Parham

A doable strategy that moves you step-by-step toward lasting, long-term goals- Your Transformation Begins Today! You've tried the diet plans with little success. Now let Phil and Amy Parham former contestants on NBC's The Biggest  Loser, show you how to transform your life and live your dreams of being healthier, happier, and more fit.

Unlocking the Secrets of an Intentional Life | Randy Carlson

Good things can happen in all areas of your life—your faith, family and relationships, health, finances and work. Instead of making big resolutions that quickly overwhelm you, this series invites you to begin moving toward change one daily, intentional step at a time. You can achieve the dreams you had almost given up on!  

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Bible Passages

“I will never forget your commandments, for you have used them to restore my joy and health.” | Psalms 119: 93 (NLT) 

"Don’t be impressed with your all wisdom. Instead, fear the Lord and turn your back on evil. Then you’ll gain renewed health and vitality." | Proverbs 3:7-8 (NLT) 

A peaceful heart leads to a healthy body; jealousy is like cancer in the bones.
— Proverbs 14:30 (NLT) 

“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 1:2 (NIV) 


“Years ago, in a motivational seminar by the master, Zig Ziglar, I heard a story about how mediocrity will sneak up on you. The story goes that if you drop a frog into boiling water, he will sense the pain and immediately jump out. However, if you put a frog in room-temperature water, he will swim around happily, and as you gradually turn the water up to boiling, the frog will not sense the change. The frog is lured to his death by gradual change. We can lose our health, our fitness, and our wealth gradually, one day at a time. It might be a cliché, but that’s because it is true: The enemy of “the best” is not “the worst.” The enemy of “the best” is “just fine.” | Dave Ramsey