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Tracie Hittman is a nutritionist teaching residents of Madison, Wisconsin, how eating veggies will help lower their blood pressure. Donnie Caffery sells food at his Richmond, Virginia, grocery store that resembles "how God created the food in the first place." Both of these Christians are motivated by the belief that our bodies are temples given to us by God—and thus should be stewarded rightly, if we are to have kingdom impact in this life.

Walking toward Wellness: How Healthy Eating Informs Our Kingdom Work

Two Christians who promote natural foods as part of their vocational callings.

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