Power Walking

Health authorities, including the CDC, recommend at least 150 minutes per week of moderate-intensity exercise . . . and I have found the lunch hour is a perfect time to do so! A daily, brisk, 30-minute walk can not only provide long-term health benefits, but an immediate boost to your brain power for the rest of the day! In 30 minutes you can cover between 1.5 to 2 miles and burn as many as 200 calories. And if you do this daily during your work week, you will have achieved the 150-minute requirement to help combat the health risks of inactivity and obesity! Include the benefit that comes from a perfect opportunity for some prayer and intercession, and how can you go wrong? In fact, today’s walk lent itself to a word of encouragement in that regard. So enjoy! And let’s walk!

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About Cheri Henderson

Cheri (Gale) Henderson, a resident of Waynesville, Ohio, acknowledged Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior of her life on April 11, 1983. She became a new creation that day, old things passed away and all things became new, and now she lives to bring Him glory. She loves to worship her Savior and she also longs for all men to be saved. Much of her poetry is a reflection of her new heart. She began writing "Lyrics for the Lord" (http://cherihenderson.wordpress.com) the week after she dedicated her life to Christ, and is now a published writer in Billy Graham's "Decision" magazine, many other Christian magazines and periodicals around the world, and most recently, the book "Divine Stories of the Yahweh Sisterhood". Her prayer is that, through the power of the Holy Spirit, the words that flow from her pen will permeate the hearts of all who read them, and that lives will be changed forever for the glory of God! "Unlike so many, we do not peddle the word of God for profit" (II Corinthians 2:17), therefore, you may use any of the poetry displayed herein freely and non-exclusively, for non-profit purposes only (and as long as the author credit remains intact), to perform, broadcast, display or print in complimentary newsletters, church bulletins or the like.
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