We need to lure sedentary kids away from their screens and into their bodies. Using interactive band activities we will get the movement message across, helping kids to "feel" what they've been missing. These children will be more active participants, playing longer and encouraging classmates and teammates who experience challenges like they used to.
MADE TO MOVE, an intergenerational Sunday School class, led by Wendy LeBolt, author of the newly released Upper Room book Made to Move: Knowing and Loving God Through Our Bodies.
Meet Paul Szep, author of "Iconic Faces": Iconic Portraits by Two-time Pulitzer Prize Winning Political Cartoonist and Portrait Artist, and Wendy LeBolt, author of "Made to Move": Knowing and Loving God Through Our Bodies. Complimentary book signings and opportunity to have dinner with the authors!
The Apprentice Gathering is a three day conference for individuals desiring a deeper relationship with God. Join me on Friday afternoon for a workshop where we'll connect with God in the physical.
Wendy will be at Mt Pleasant UMC with the United Methodist Women who are on the move this Advent season. Let's embrace the bodies God created to get us to Christmas day! We'll celebrate our amazing design as we listen to our bodies and learn what our physical nature has to teach us through movement,
Anterior cruciate ligament injuries continue to be increasingly common among competitive soccer players. Join me for two sessions at the United Soccer Coaches convention to learn about ACL injury prevention programs that work and how to put them into practice to reduce the risk of this devastating injury to your athletes.
Life and Career Balance for soccer coaches: Join coaches Kara Lail (South Carolina International), Lang Wedemeyer (Liberty University) and myself as we share the challenges and opportunities we have found in seeking a healthy balance between Life and Career, while staying true to our faith.
Let's talk overtraining injuries in our female high school soccer players and how good coaches can train players to prevent them. Warning: it's not gonna be easy, but it'll definitely be worth it.