Firmly Rooted

The beauty and freedom of following Christ nears completion when every dimension of our life is integrated and in unity with God’s plan for our life and the role He has arranged for us to play in His larger plan.

An aspect of life that Christians tend to forget about bringing into the fold of God’s will is our bodies. In my book, I refer to this as the Temple – the second “T” in the M.A.S.T.E.R. Plan.

My wife, Michelle, has a ministry called Faithful Workouts that focuses specifically on the connection between faith, fitness and food.

For those who are motivated to improve their health, they often force themselves to start exercising and commit to the latest diet. Often, we can push through and stick with this new way of living for a few weeks --- and we may even lose a few pounds -- but typically we end up back in old habits. This cycle of yo-yo dieting and exercise can haunt people year after year without ever achieving optimal health. 

From Michelle’s 34 years in the fitness industry she knows that lasting, healthy change happens from the inside out.  She is leading a retreat in October to walk people through the specifics of this powerful and proven approach.

At the Faithfully Rooted Retreat (a 3-night, 4-day experience Oct 4-7 in Tampa FL) Michelle, my daughter Denika (certified in Holy Yoga), my son-in-law Avery (a phenomenal cook) and yours truly will help you to establish deep, strong roots to give you the physical, spiritual, and nutritional foundations to equip you to make the changes you desire.  

This experience will enable you to leave this retreat with lasting lifestyle transformation. To ensure that you will take all you've learned at the retreat and transition it into life back at home, we've included a one-on-one coaching session to design a personalized and realistic wellness plan for you. Our goal is for this retreat to jump start you on your journey to a healthy life!

Find out more and register here.

Take care of your temple. Make sure you’re healthy (mind, body and soul) enough to love and serve others well.

"And I pray that you, being rooted and established in love, may have power, together with all the Lord’s holy people, to grasp how wide and long and high and deep is the love of Christ. (Eph. 3:18)

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