My Context and Aim of Writing – Toward a Theology of Health and Fitness, Part 2

Unfortunately (although now I can say with thanks), my wife and I have walked through many of these valleys (idolatry or avoidance of health, fitness, or food), which you may or may not care to understand. These experiences are the context in which I write. However, my aim and trajectory in this endeavor is inherently… Read More My Context and Aim of Writing – Toward a Theology of Health and Fitness, Part 2

COVID-19 Recommendations, from a Christian ER Physician’s Perspective

An unofficial guide to coping with COVID-19 from a Christian emergency medicine physician’s perspective… We are living in unexpected times with a lot of unforeseen circumstances, emotions, unemployment and the somewhat comical, mandatory homeschool nationwide. How do we approach life in such times? I speak as one struggling from a Christian perspective working in the… Read More COVID-19 Recommendations, from a Christian ER Physician’s Perspective

Jeff’s Rejoinder: Toward a Theology of Health and Fitness

Well … I’ve been wanting to write a book about the theology of fitness and health. So I figured releasing some snippets would keep me accountable and productive, especially in this time of the COVID-19 pandemic. I pray it would be fruitful, worshipful, and enjoyable. Before you read, I wanted to remind you that my… Read More Jeff’s Rejoinder: Toward a Theology of Health and Fitness

Mirror, Mirror

Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest one of all? Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the most quarantined one of all? Supply whatever word you will. Supply whatever word that most quickly comes to mind. The image we see in the mirror is not what betrays us, it is rather the question we… Read More Mirror, Mirror