Wednesday, June 3, 2020…
Public Health Canada reported in 2017 that 64% of Canadians, over the age of 18, are overweight or obese. Unfortunately, I identify with the majority of Canadians.
According to many health officials, fat is an essential part of a healthy diet. Harvard University suggests it comes down to choosing between “GOOD” or “BAD” FATS. GOOD FATS are unsaturated fats (such as olive oil, canola oil, sunflower oil, nuts, seeds, fish, etc.). BAD FATS are saturated or trans fats (such as processed foods, hydrogenated oils, red meat, butter, etc.)
Do you suppose there is something called good F.A.T. for a spiritual life? I think there may be something:
Here’s a thought… What if 64% of Canadians were Faithful, Available and Teachable? The landscape of our community, country and world would undoubtedly improve.
On Sunday, we will start a new series called F.A.T. I would encourage you to watch online as we discuss the importance of understanding God’s Faithfulness and our Faithfulness to God and others.
I believe, when it comes to any relationship, heaven above or earth below, being faithful is never an option, it’s a priority.