About the Book
Just as eating healthy foods nourishes your body, Bible study nourishes your spirit. You will learn practical suggestions and scriptural guidance to achieve your goals.
Food for Thought unites physical health and spiritual health to help you lose weight and develop a deeper relationship with God. You will gain insight into how to incorporate healthy eating and Bible reading into your daily routine.
God created you as a whole person, therefore, take care of your whole self, not just the individual parts. A healthy body gives you the energy and enthusiasm to carry out the purposes that God has for your life. Practicing healthy living glorifies God.
Feed your body + Feed your spirit
Healthy eating + Bible study
Just as eating healthy food nourishes your body, Bible study nourishes your spirit. Similarities between healthy eating and Bible study include:
- Healthy eating and Bible study are both activities that you need to do every day. They give strength and increase energy.
- There are different ways to perform each. You may eat healthy foods at home or at a restaurant. You may enjoy different food groups. Similarly, you may read your Bible at home or in a group. Also, many Bible versions are available to choose from.
- Both healthy eating and Bible study build healthy relationships. When eating, you can enjoy the company of your family and friends. When reading your Bible, you can build a healthier relationship with God.
- With a pure motive, both delight God.
About the Author
Kimberley Payne is a motivational speaker and author who writes to encourage women in both fitness and faith. Her goal is to inspire women to glorify God with healthier lifestyles. Kimberley is happily married and lives with her husband in a village east of Toronto, Canada where she hikes and bikes. Visit her website
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