Here is a testimony from AT in Houston, Texas, who took the Online Weight Loss Class! Before I started Tune the Temple, I had hit rock bottom. I had tried all kinds of diets–body for life, paleo, etc.–and none of them were working for me, despite how hard I was trying. I always restrained myself […]
I wrote this blog article a week ago from the Northeast Kingdom of Beautiful Vermont… I am at camp packing up to leave one more time. Sometimes I get a bit overwhelmed with all the work involved in coming here! I seem to bring too much stuff, but I want to be prepared to hike […]Strongholds, Weight Loss, Work
Let me ask you a couple of questions: Do you feel worthy of being thin? Do you love your body? I have been reading this morning some pretty thought provoking words. First I read in the book, Thin Again, the concept that many people do not feel worthy of being thin. They simply do not […]abuse, Healing, Jesus, Respect, Self-Care, Weight Loss
“The more revelation you have of the grace of God and His forgiveness, the more you will have the power to reign over all your challenges and addictions.” Joseph Prince from Destined to Reign. (pg 47). I am on a journey of understanding the Grace of God – it has been a seven year journey […]Addiction, Compulsive Eating, Deliverance, God's Love, Grace, Weight Loss
In 1 Thess 4:4-5 JBP, we read, “Everyone of you should learn to control his body, keeping it pure and treating it with respect, and never allowing it to fall victim to lust, as do pagans with no knowledge of God.” The context of this scripture is important to consider – Paul is addressing the […]Body, food, Freedom, Respect, Temple, Weight Loss
You have become a sort of sounding board from which the word of the Lord has rung out . . . how you turned from idols to serve the true living God! 1 Thessalonians 1:8,9 JBP I love this! Our life, our freedom from overeating, our deliverance from a stronghold is a powerful message – […]
I was asked today how my freedom from compulsive overeating came about – was it an instantaneous deliverance or a more gradual journey toward freedom? It was definitely gradual. When I described the process, the person asking this of me really jumped on my admission of consuming a lot of scripture in the process. I […]Compulsive Eating, Freedom
Tune the Temple is not about saying “No” to food. All foods are allowed. It is about saying “Yes!” to life. Sue M.