Go flip open your Bible. Read its pages. What are the women of the Word like? Continue reading “Christian Women Need A Full Theology”
Walk through an ancient cemetery and odds are that you will be enthralled with the grim beauty of the buildings around you. Old mausoleums are stately, if for no other reason than their weathered and whitewashed stonework. Yet, no matter how beautiful the tombs in a cemetery look on the outside, you know that to look inside would be a horrifying glimpse of decay and death. Continue reading “The Making of a Walking, Breathing Mausoleum”
“I serve at the pleasure of the President.” Continue reading “The West Wing, The Glory of God, and The Gospel of John”
We make really, really terrible gods. Continue reading “we make terrible gods”
Data. Is. KING.
It doesn’t matter whether you’re in the boardroom or the weight room. If you are aren’t tracking data, you’re not moving forward. Continue reading “Why Data Tracking Is The Key To Success”
If fitness resolutions are among the top five when it comes to things people plan to take on in the New Year, money resolutions are right up there with them.
Everyone wants to get out of debt, save more, give more. So, why is it that instead of controlling their money, people often feel like their money is controlling them? Continue reading “You Need A Budget – Here’s How To Stick To It”
THIS is the year where you will start working out.
(Never mind the fact that you only used your gym membership twice last year and that your yoga pants have never actually been to yoga.) Continue reading “How To Keep Your Workout Habit From Being Derailed”