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Heart Health Month

In 1964, President Lyndon B. Johnson issued the first proclamation declaring February American Heart Month. Each year, this is a time to spotlight heart disease, by bringing awareness and sharing how to take steps to prevent this deadly disease.


According to the American Heart Association, heart disease is a leading cause of death in the United States for both men and women. They also offer tips on action items you can take to prevent heart disease:


Know your risk-Knowing your risk can help you make lifestyle changes.

Eat a healthy diet-Start making healthy choices that include daily vegetables and less processed foods.

Be physically active-Move more – it’s one of the best ways to stay healthy, prevent disease, and age well.

Watch your weight-Stay at a healthy weight for you.

Check your blood pressure and cholesterol-These are two main risk factors that could lead to heart disease.

Source: American Red Cross Website


21 Day Fitness Challenge

In honor of our temple (body) as a ministry we will go on an “at your pace” 21-day fitness challenge (February 12th-March 2nd) with the ultimate goal of everyone committing to “Doing Something!”


CHALLENGE KICKOFF: Sunday February 11th during the Weekend Worship


We ask that you pay close attention to your health as outlined below:

  • Set health goals for the challenge (Start Now)

  • Do an initial weigh in on your own (February 12th)

  • Check your blood pressure & cholesterol if possible (by February 12th)

  • Commit to a 21-day healthier eating program of your choosing (Feb 12th-Mar 2nd)

  • Commit to a 21 day-physical activity/workout program of your choosing (Feb 12th-Mar 2nd)

  • Do a closing weigh in on your own and report any pound loss (March 2nd)

  • Officially join the challenge and GroupMe with link below (NOW)

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