If you were told to put yourself on a continuum from sickness-wellness-fitness, where would you place yourself? Would you say… Read more Sickness, Wellness, Fitness: Crossfit and the Church
Are you good with numbers? I am not. Ask anyone. They’d I can’t add well (even though I think I… Read more Numbers, numbers, numbers!
Two years ago when I walked into CrossFit WigWag I was super intimidated. I signed up for a summer nutrition… Read more From Core to Extremity: CrossFit And the Church
Pick any fitness routine and they’ll tell you something along these lines: “Muscles are grown in the Kitchen” or “Nutrition… Read more Input and output: Nutrition and Church
Constantly varied, functional movements, done at a high intensity. We’ve reached the last portion of this blog series connecting the… Read more High Intensity: CrossFit and the Church
Part one talked about the constantly varied nature of CrossFit and our need as the church to constantly vary the… Read more Done: CrossFit and the Church
In part one of this series, I mentioned how CrossFit and the Church have similarities (or at least they should)… Read more Functional Movements: CrossFit and the Church
I’ve been interested in the intersection of my faith and my fitness journey for a handful of years. Admittedly, I’d… Read more Constantly Varied: Crossfit and the Church
The post below is a final mark-up of my Gospel Communication in Context course taken at North Park Theological Seminary.… Read more First Church of Crossfit: Is the Box the new Church?
When we’re fearful of anything, we should run to God and claim an identity that isn’t rooted in fear but rooted in the thought that the Creator cares so much about the creation, that even though we’re damaged, we’re still masterpieces to Him.