Curry It Up – Healthy & Easy for the New Year – Guest Post by Kristine Colwill

  When I was growing up in the Midwest, leftovers often went down like this: mix all leftover dinner items in a bowl with Cream of Mushroom soup and smear into a 9 X 13 pan.  Top with shredded cheese and tator tots and bake.  I’m not going to lie, that stuff is good.  But […]

The Kingship of Jesus, Any Given Sunday Project and NCYC

My ministry work has been primarily in the area of youth ministry.  I love seeing the fire and passion of a young church- they get me fired up!!  And this week, I have the opportunity to perform and speak at the National Catholic Youth Conference in Indianapolis which hosts over 23,000 of these young people. […]

Getting in the Habit – Guest Post by Gene Monterastelli

  According to the British newspaper The Daily Mail most people give up on their New Year’s Resolutions by Jan. 10th each year.  This is because until something becomes a habit we are depending on our willpower to make new choices. Willpower is really good for short-term choices like deciding to get out of the […]

Get out of the way, Katie: Guest Post by Katie Prejean

173. One hundred and seventy three. One. Seven. Three. No matter how I type it out, the number stays the same…and no matter how closely I looked at the scale that day, that was the weight it was registering at the beginning of September, 2012.  I, Katie Prejean, weighed 173 pounds. It was the heaviest […]

What to Do When You’re Injured – Dr. Woodrow Hill – Guest Post

A Guest Post from Dr. Woodrow Hill of the Denver Sports Injury Center for your reading pleasure:  I’ve been very lucky throughout my life. I’ve played sports and been physically active since I was 5, and I’ve only been injured one time. When I was 22 years old, before my formal training, I injured my right quad […]