You Are Unique

Great but Different

 Red house standing out in row of blue housesIn the early 1980’s there were two runners from Great Britain named, Sebastian Coe and Steve Ovett, who kept on breaking each other’s world records in the mile and half mile. Their times would still be great today. Since they competed during the same era in time, and the same country, it seems they must have had a secret that they shared in regard to their success. However, they trained in a very different manner. Sebastian Coe liked training with variety and doing shorter workouts that consisted of running five to twelve miles per day. Steve Ovett preferred much more mileage and would run in the area of eighteen miles per day. Continue reading You Are Unique

Spiritual Fitness and God’s Redemptive Power

Glowing crossSpiritually Fit in Different Ways 

  Physical fitness and spiritual fitness both have various categories that make up one’s overall level of fitness.  For example, if I were taking a fitness test, the categories on the test might measure things such as aerobic fitness, strength, flexibility, and speed and quickness.  Some tests may also measure lean body weight percentage and balance.  Most of us will find it easier to achieve a higher level of fitness in some of the fitness categories than others because we have natural physical characteristics that we inherited that make some of the categories of fitness easier for us to be good at than others. Continue reading Spiritual Fitness and God’s Redemptive Power