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Subscriber Access Only My Top 5 Books on The Body
Picks from the author of author of Eat with Joy: Redeeming God’s Gift of Food.
Subscriber Access Only Q+A: Bryan Clay
Clay, a decathlete, won the silver medal at the 2004 Olympics. The Azusa Pacific graduate is now aiming for gold at the Beijing Games.
Subscriber Access Only Matter Matters
Lessons learned between the couch and a 10k race.
Subscriber Access Only Sports Fanatics
How Christians have succumbed to the sports culture—and what might be done about it.
Subscriber Access Only Losing It on TV
Ruby Gettinger, a Sunday school teacher in Georgia who weighed 700 pounds, battles her obesity — and leans on God — on national television.
Subscriber Access Only Sport Is More Than Play
A response to Shirl Hoffman's "Fanatics."
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Yes to Yoga
Can a Christian breathe air that has been offered to idols?
Subscriber Access Only The Joy of Sports
There are a lot of Christian athletes who care about the Cross, the gospel, humility, joy, and sanctification.
Why Pastors Should Preach About Body Image
Our obsession with appearance has theological ramifications for both women and men.
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Take a Pass on Yoga
How can I support a practice that is targeting the young and the weak?
Subscriber Access Only Caring for the Caregivers
Studies suggest that pastors' health declines are a church problem.
Subscriber Access Only Man Up, Christians
Resisting the health and longevity gospel.
Subscriber Access Only Walking in Faith
Walking as spiritual practice.
Subscriber Access Only The Weigh and the Truth
Christian dieting programs—like Gwen Shamblin's Weigh Down Diet—help believers pray off the pounds. But what deeper messages are they sending about faith and fitness?
Subscriber Access Only Amen, and a Foul
It is important to distinguish between individuals in sports and the system of sports. Both are broken due to the Fall.
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