Two Big Steps to Better Health (Thursdays are for Health)

“If Satan can steal your health, kill your drive and destroy your peace of mind, then your ability to do God’s work well will be obliterated. Thankfully, there are things you can do to keep the enemy’s schemes at bay. Start by surrendering your body to God. Then, stop making excuses.” – Nelson Searcy, Steve Reynolds & Jennifer Dykes Henson The … Read More


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Spiritual Warfare and Your Health (Thursdays are for Health)

“You know as well as I do that spiritual warfare is nothing to be taken lightly. What you may not realize is that your health is not exempt from the war. Satan will do anything he can to throw up roadblocks to your ability to live the life God has is store for you, and getting you to sabotage your … Read More


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Be a Good Steward of Your Health (Thursdays are for Health)

“Your body is not your own. The one who created it has simply entrusted it to you for a period of time. You are called to steward  your health in the same way you steward your money, your time, and your relationships – and that stewardship is not optional.” – Nelson Searcy, Steve Reynolds & Jennifer Dykes Henson The above quote … Read More


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A Higher Calling to Glorify God (Thursdays are for Health)

“The Bible is clear that our bodies were created to glorify the Creator. Obesity, diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and other lifestyle-induced health conditions don’t do much to glorify God. They don’t shine his excellence and the abundant life he offers to on-looking world – far from it. We are called to do so much better.” – Nelson Searcy, … Read More


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Surrender the Ice Cream Spoon! (Thursdays are for Health)

“If our bodies are made for the Lord and he cares about them, shouldn’t we care about them too? I have spent years preaching about the importance of surrendering your entire being to God, but all the while, I had a major blind spot. In my mind, surrendering myself didn’t mean surrendering my ice cream spoon. It didn’t mean surrendering … Read More


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Raising Your Game for God’s Glory (Thursdays are for Health)

“No one else can change your life for you. I can guarantee, though, if you will make a decision to raise your game for God’s glory, he will meet you in that place and help you get to where he wants you to be.” – Nelson Searcy, Steve Reynolds & Jennifer Dykes Henson The above quote is from p. 32 of … Read More


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It’s Time to Prioritize Your Health (Thursdays are for Health)

“When you understand the importance of being proactive about your health you will find the time to do it. Period. It’s not a question of time, it’s a question of priorities.” – Nelson Searcy, Steve Reynolds & Jennifer Dykes Henson The above quote is from p. 41 of The Healthy Renegade Pastor: Abandoning Average in Your Health and Wellness. P.S. – Click here … Read More


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Congratulations Tuscaloosa… Pastors, not Football

This week, a group of like-minded pastors broke through to the next level in their health and wellness. Led by Steve Reynolds, co-author of The Healthy Renegade Pastor, they met at North River Church in Tuscaloosa, Alabama for a powerful FREE workshop and book launch party. These pastors now refuse to let their health and wellness get pushed further and further … Read More


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Do you have a box for yourself? (A comprehensive wellness guide)

You’re preparing everything for this Sunday – but there may be one thing you don’t have checked off on your list. Do you have a box for yourself? Are YOU fully prepared spiritually, intellectually, physically and emotionally? Because personal preparation is just as important as sermon prep for Sunday. I want to do everything I can to help pastors like you … Read More


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NEW RELEASE: Your Complete Guide to Spiritual, Intellectual, Physical and Emotional Health

Be honest – how often do you make yourself a priority?  As pastors, we face many challenges when it comes to managing our emotional, spiritual, intellectual and physical health. Too often we sacrifice our own well-being on the altar of ministry. When is the last time you found yourself saying: I’m busy doing God’s work, so I don’t have time to … Read More


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