Kimberley Payne’s new book release Fit for Faith
I am pleased to help get the word out about Kimberley Payne’s book Fit for Faith as it touches many areas near and dear to my heart. I am not able, timewise, to help promote all the books I am asked to, but when I read about Kimberley’s book I knew I wanted to be involved. To help tell you about it I will share some of the back cover copy:
This is the statement that really jumped out at me:
Prayer, Bible study & journal writing are to the spirit what exercise, healthy eating and stretching are to the body.
Then it goes on to ask–Do you want to feel better?
This book is for every person who wants a balanced approach to health and weight loss,
while improving his or her spiritual walk with God.
You will discover how easy it is to:
Become more physically active
Use the clear advice on goal-planning and exercise guidelines to set up a program for active living. Apply the plan to your health through a home fitness test and three easy-to-follow strength training programs.
Improve your prayer life.
Learn the basics to get you started. Follow simple steps to an active prayer life.
Make healthy eating a habit.
Learn the secrets of eating well. Discover nutrition guidelines and hands-on, action-oriented strategies.
Read and study the Bible
Rely more on God to help you make changes in your lifestyle. Learn simple Bible study strategies to apply to your day.
Stretch your body
Find out about proper flexibility exercises and tips on stretching. Then apply them to your daily health routine.
Write a journal entry
Discover a new way to express yourself and communicate with God on a more intimate level.
Dispel common myths
Learn the facts surrounding more than 40 health and fitness myths.
This program has shown people how to improve physical and spiritual health.
You can improve your health too!
This book unites physical health and spiritual health through a 7-week program to lose weight and develop a deeper relationship with God. It is a reference on cardiovascular exercise, strength training, prayer, healthy eating, Bible study, flexibility exercise and journal writing.
I only started reading this book last night, but I can’t wait to finish it soon, and can’t wait to put into practice many of its excellent suggestions. Hope you will join me on this journey to a more balanced person, both physically and spiritually. After all, once you study and practice it for seven weeks, you’ll see what a difference this lifestyle is making and want to continue!
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