Today we spoke with fitness trainer and national health coach Peter Neilsen!
Here are three simple tips he shared to help you get on track for 2018:
1-Drink your water! All your water. It will help your body use the nutrients you give it through healthy meals and supplement choices.
2-Peter suggests that we avoid processed grains (like white flour and rice) and choose a whole grain instead.
3-MOVE your body! Even light exercise, like a brisk walk can make a big difference if done with consistency.
Peter suggests 5 times per week!
And don’t forget, the most important tip: Care for your SOUL! Health is an inside job.
For more tips, check out Peter at his Peter’s Principles and catch him on Family Life Radio!
Invite God to Re-Create You
Every year it’s the same thing. “I’m gonna lose weight .. or get out of debt .. or have better relationships.” And every year you reach a point when the resolve fades, and perhaps you even lose hope that you’ll ever succeed. Author Nika Maples was on that same yo-yo, until God stepped in.
“One day I just felt God saying to me You can’t say crucifixion didn’t fix you.”
Nika tells Peter and Shannyn she’s found there’s a connection between God’s original creation and how He re-creates us.
2 Corinthians 5 :17 says “…if anyone is in Christ, the new creation has come. The old has gone, the new is here!” Nika says “Just like God said in Genesis 1 ‘Let there be light’, I said ‘God speak into my darkened heart.'”
Change in our heart and spirit is not only possible, it can be permanent – but in order to succeed we’ve got to be intentional about it. Dr. Randy Carlson, host of Intentional Living, lists 10 InTENtionals for Growing Thru Change, including to:
Expect stress from it; Measure it; Look beyond it.
More tips from our Intentional Living Center on the home page at myflr.org.
Priscilla is being blessed by Family Life Radio’s playing of Brandon Heath‘s song The Light in Me
Family Life Radio member Sarah is being blessed by Matthew West‘s song Mended. Here’s her story behind the song…
Evacuations are more common than you might think. Natural disasters aside, people are forced to leave their homes hundreds of time a year because of transportation & industrial accidents. Below are several things you can do now to be ready. For a full list, click here.
- Have a grab-and-go kit. Include essential supplies, such as water, food, first-aid supplies, & don’t forget about your pets (including ID collars).
- Have copies of important papers. Keep in a plastic, waterproof case. Include:
- Driver’s License
- Deed to your house
- Proof of Insurance
- Medical Records
- Social Security Cards
- Prep your yard. Maintain your trees & shrubs so diseased or weakened branches won’t fall down & damage your property.
- Know your utility shutoffs. Learn now how to safely shut off all utility services in your home.
- Protect windows. If you live in an area susceptible to hurricanes, install shutters that are rated to provide protection from windblown debris.
Plumb shares the story behind her song God Help Me.
Now playing on Family Life Radio… Micah Tyler‘s Different.
Family Life Radio Member Cindy is being ministered to by MercyMe‘s song Even If. Here’s her story behind the song…
Now playing on Family Life Radio: Love & The Outcome‘s song If I Don’t Have You. Chris and Jodi share the story behind the song…