As believers, we often confront our greatest fear at the crossroads of change. Because of fear, our thoughts about how to move forward can be both complicated and overwhelming. For the Gospel Today Readers, standing at their crossroads of a healthy lifestyle change, now is a good time for you to arm yourself with the […]
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Hi GT Readers! It’s me, Coach Collins. I’m the new columnist for the AskCoachCollins column. I know. The last thing you want is another reminder about the importance of exercising, eating healthier, and all of the other lifestyle considerations that can increase your chances for a longer, healthier, and happier life. But, this column will […]
The ten components of fitness as defined by Dynamax are: Accuracy Agility Balance Cardio Coordination Flexibility Power Speed Stamina Strength As you look at the listed items, can you identify at least three of these fitness attributes in your own life? Don’t be alarmed if you can’t! Most people only equate physical fitness with having […]
I would like to welcome you to Temple Takeover, a place where your spirit, soul and body will be transformed. You can expect to be equipped with vital spiritual and physical tools. When applied correctly, these instruments will inspire change in every area of your life.
Fitness expert, Shellie Blanks-Cimarosti gives one word that can change your body and your life.
The November/December 2012 issue of Gospel Today featured two more great recipes from our regular recipe contributors, Pat & Gina Neely. This time, just in time for the holidays, the cooking hubby and wifey offered the recipes for their Cornbread Stuffing with Sausage and Apples, and their mouth-watering Apple Crisp! Get the recipe by grabbing […]
In the Family column of the November/December 2012 issue of Gospel Today, columnist Dr. Lisa M. Tait offered some very helpful ways to keep the peace during the holidays. If your family is like most families, Thanksgiving and Christmas bring an added layer of potential disagreements and family drama. Check out the current issue of […]
We tackled the stigma of mental illness in the African-American community in the Health In Action column of the September/October 2012 issue of Gospel Today. Guest contributor Asa T. Briggs gave us some startling statistics about the prevalence of mental health issues in our community, and even explained one of the greatest hurdles to seeking […]
In the Fitness column of our September/October 2012 issue of Gospel Today, regular columnist Shellie Blanks Cimarosti talks about the importance of being an example for the Kingdom of God by being in shape and remaining committed to fitness. She presents a challenge for all believers– we’re not just called to build up our spirits, […]
In each new issue of Gospel Today, Pat & Gina Neely offer some of their absolutely delicious recipes to our readers. In the September/October 2012 issue, the famous restaurateurs, cookbook authors and Food Network stars delivered the recipe for their can’t-lose Lobster Mac & Cheese. Grab the latest issue of Gospel Today to get all […]
Ladies, Ashley Love offered some very helpful advice for your hair color and cut in the September/October 2012 issue of Gospel Today. It doesn’t take much to make a BIG difference in your style. Check out the September/October 2012 issue TODAY to see all that Ashley Love had to say about finding the right color […]
Somewhere in the process of naming my kids I seemed to have picked up a new middle name of my ownâ€”â€œMultitasking.â€ It seems there\’s never enough time in my â€œto-dayâ€ for my â€œto-doâ€ list. Yet I absolutely amaze my husband with the multitude of things I am able to do at one time. Turns out, […]
We chatted with noted author, speaker and pastor Dr. Myles Munroe in the September/October 2012 issue of Gospel Today. The insights he shared with guest contributor Roz A. Gee about leadership are invaluable nuggets of information designed to equip each of us to become leaders and world-changers in our respective fields and communities. Haven’t read […]
Is it possible for someone to be addicted to pornography?Â Many people scoff at the notion that there is, in fact, such a thing as porn addiction. But ask the man who climbed into a dumpster to retrieve the porn he shamefully discarded days earlier. What do you think he might say? There is no […]
I love to laugh! Anyone who knows me is quite aware of this. My wife Nannette, constantly warns people not to laugh at one of my jokes (like, when I’m preaching, and people say “Amen,” I am often guilty of going a little longer). As a pastor, I’ve seen the truthfulness of Proverbs 17:22. In […]