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Category Archive: Fitness, Politics, Social Issues

Trusted Messengers | Part I

This is Part I of a two part series that uses some data and testimonies that don’t get a lot of air time where the Coronavirus is concerned.  In Part I, we look at the response from...

Three Questions

I believe the way you answer the following three questions do an excellent job of revealing the “practical reality” of your walk with Christ (Col 3:18). By “practical...

Did They Practice?

I taught for five years at the Armed Forces School of Music. You can provide a student with the instrument, the curriculum, the encouragement and every resource and facility they could possibly need...

What If…?

Wouldn’t it be great if there was a resource out there that got your entire congregation genuinely interested in studying the Word of God, spending time in prayer and being genuinely engaged...

Remember Why!

Here’s a recent letter I wrote to a hardcharger that’s just now hitting the real challenges at Parris Island. While it pertains specifically to a military paradigm, it resonates...

Muscular Christianity T-Shirt and Book Special Offer!

The “Muscular Christianity: 90 Day Workout Plan” features: tips on how to eat right and not just eat “light…” the “Loose Cannon Fitness” audio workout system...

The China Study | Part IV – Heart Disease

So, what is heart disease and how can diet and nutrition not only prevent it, but reverse it as well? Whether your family has a history of heart attacks or not, buckle up! What we’re getting...

Drum Lessons – Whatever is Worth Doing is Worth Doing Right!

Anything worth doing is worth doing right. That sounds pretty obvious, but when it comes to fitness, it’s not always easy to discern what constitutes the “right” way to do things....

The China Study | Part III

Doctors vs Dietitians Doctors don’t get a great deal of academic training when it comes to the way in which one’s diet can prevent and reverse some of the more common diseases that plague...

Vitamins vs Popeye

You may have heard the terms “Essential” vs “Non-Essential.” They refer to the ability of your body to manufacture its own nutrients as opposed to those nutrients that have to...