By Kelly Wise Legg
GODFIT Encourages Christians To Get Fit
According to the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention, nearly 70 percent of U.S. adults are classified as overweight or obese.
Certified fitness professional, John Hayden believes that this trend can be reversed through faith, exercise and community service. Hayden founded GODFIT, a six-week training and devotional program designed to help users improve spiritual and physical fitness by giving back to others in communities throughout the country.
“Fitness in itself is an act of worship,” Hayden said. “The goal is simple, stay committed to becoming spiritually and physically well and watch God work in your life.”
GODFIT encourages church organizations, small groups and individuals to stop thinking reactively in regards to their spiritual and physical fitness. It calls on them to understand how they are called to serve and places emphasis on understanding the benefits of spiritual disciplines, healthy choices and physical fitness. For more information, visit www.godfit.com.
Girlfriends In God Inspires Women
Looking for some Biblical inspiration and insight to brighten your day? Girlfriends in God is a weekday devotional that aims to encourage women in their everyday Christian walk.
The Girlfriends in God devotional ministry is built on the belief that just as God sent Ruth to Naomi and Mary to Elizabeth, God continues to use women to encourage and equip other women in their spiritual journey. Each daily devotional contains a Scripture passage, a short reflection and prayer and several thought-provoking questions that encourage you to apply the teachings of Scripture to your own unique circumstances. The ministry has also launched a new app for your wireless phone that allows users to receive inspiring devotions on-the-go. To learn more, visit GirlfriendsInGod.com.
GodVine.com Continues To Bring Joy To The Internet For Five Years
With all the viral videos on the Internet and negative influences inundating us on a daily basis, people of faith have been turning in droves to www.Godvine. com for their daily dose of hope. GodVine has been bringing a positive light to the Internet and has been providing Christians a place to enjoy family-friendly inspirational videos, pray for each other and get Christian answers for five years. It is not associated with any specific church or denomination.
Godvine followers can subscribe to daily email videos and follow on Facebook.