The ICDF Network for Fitness, Wellbeing & Movement Meditation invites you to join the conversation about food and nutrition that's healthy for body, mind, and spirit. What's your perspective? Let us know by leaving a comment or contacting Sharon, the Network Coordinator. As dancers we really value our health, and we know how our diet and … Continue reading Food wisdom: Sharing God’s vision for healthy eating
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In the latest Network Leaders 'cyber-chat' session, ICDF network coordinators reflected on some topics relating to Christian dance. Sharon shares her thoughts about a 'new season'... As I visit churches, teach and chat to people, I see an interest from dancers and non-dancers to dance for the Lord: to dance at home privately just for the … Continue reading New season
Maybe we're an odd bunch in this network. Christians who are also really into fitness and exercise *and* who want to combine the two! We could keep Christianity in the church, and exercise in the gym, but actually, bringing the two together has lots of benefits. The WHY of a Christian fitness class: We can … Continue reading Combining Church and exercise!?!
Some churches have their own gym! Some churches have yoga classes! Other churches might take fright at even the mention of exercise at church but a growing number of churches have Christian fitness classes. I don't know what it's like in your country, but I see around me here in Australia a growing interest in … Continue reading Faith-based Fitness Programs Trending
From the Networks cyberforum: “Like the choreography of a beautiful dance, the different ministries of God’s dance partners in the church are working together to bring God’s plan to fruition. God wants to dance with us.” (Brian Johnson – ‘Come Dance with Me’) Dance is still quite new to me, having only started contemporary classes two … Continue reading God is On the Move
I love to think of ministry as service, as administering what is needed. I wonder: what are we serving? Like waiters serving cups of tea, we're serving real things of the Spirit. I can minister best when I'm full to overflowing with the loving and powerful presence of God. I want to start to imagine … Continue reading Ministry as Service: What are we serving?