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If you love your church as much as I love mine, you love to spend time there. Along with that fellowship time usually comes eating and sometimes the choices are not the very best when it comes to our health. Here are some helpful strategies I’ve used in order to keep my family healthy while also having a great time in fellowship with our church friends.

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We often characterize our cravings through physical hunger, but what this hunger actually represents is our need for so much more than food. Our deepest cravings come when we are attempting to fill a void or feeling of emptiness within ourselves. Food and technology may provide us with temporary satisfaction to these cravings, but within a few hours we will return to this state of longing once again, most likely with an even deeper yearning than the first time. This is because God is the only thing that can truly satisfy our cravings, and our attempts to use other things that don't serve us will only amount to greater discontent within ourselves.

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It is so easy for all of us (Christians and non-Christians) to fall into the trap of worshiping our outer selves before our inner selves. When we neglect our inner temples, we fail to recognize all the perfection God has created in our bodies, and we can become misled to believe the secret to maintaining a healthy temple is going to the gym and avoiding eating doughnuts. This is thinking too little of what we truly are.

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