The End of An Era

Hi Fit Friends,

Due to my interests in other areas and the need to be laser focus in my entrepreneurial efforts…with much heartbreak, I will no longer post to this site anymore.

If you are interested in still following me and my future endeavors, feel free to sign up on my mailing list below  and I’ll keep you posted if you like.

Thank you for many years of great posts and good times.

Your Fit Friend,

Strong By Choice

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#MightyMonday – New Changes In Store

Good Morning Warriors,

I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas.

Starting today, you can expect to see one post a week here at Rise and Transform.  

I think Friday will be the day that I will burp out a post for you.  

Why?  

There are other endeavors that I am exploring and maybe I’ll let you in on them…if you’re good. LOL

Thanks for reading and Lord willing, see you Friday!

Daily Prompt: Mad as a Hatter

Wow…where to begin? Okay, you may be thinking….”Wait, you’re a Christian, right? You are not suppose to get angry.”

*Falls over laughing*

Yeah, right. I have become angry over little things. I have allowed people to make me upset (which in turn gave them my power), I have been upset at trivial news (Ben Affleck is playing Batman?!), and I have been upset at the right things (sin in my life).

Anger is a power that needs to be directed correctly and focused correctly. If not, like a fire, it can turn into a inferno.

And yes, my favorite Marvel character is The Incredible Hulk. You would think after all these years, he would become calmer, huh? 😉

Erm…Let’s try that again…ahem…

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Good Morning!

I don’t think the poll showed up from last night.

So here it is again.  Let me know if you can see it or not, k?

Free ebook-A Reformed Approach to Science and Scripture

Something to boster your Christian walk.

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A Reformed Approach to Science and Scripture, A New Free eBook from Keith Mathison

In A Reformed Approach to Science and Scripture, Dr. Mathison briefly introduces us to a topic that has long been a subject of debate, aiming to equip Christians with a clear foundation so that they may approach questions and discussions pertaining to science and Scripture with grace, humility, and patience.

Table of Contents

Foreword by R.C. Sproul

Introduction

1. All Truth Is God’s Truth

2. General and Special Revelation

3. Interpreting General and Special Revelation

4. Luther, Calvin, and Copernicus

5. Earthly Things and Heavenly Things

6. When Science and Scripture Conflict

7. The Age Of The Universe and Genesis 1

Endnotes

“Christians have absolutely nothing to fear ultimately from scientific research,” says Dr. Mathison. “If scientists discover something about God’s creation that is actually true, it will not and cannot ultimately contradict the Scriptures when…

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When Indiegogo works . . . .

Great news for the Linux community!

Larry the CrunchBang Guy

There’s a scene at the end of the film “The Candidate” where Robert Redford, the newly elected Sen. McKay from California, corners his campaign manager and says, “What do we do now?”

I can imagine that Andrew Gregory, Mike Saunders and Ben Everard, clearly three happy men right now, might be asking the same thing. Their magazine — Linux Voice — was fully funded thanks to contributions garnered in their Indiegogo campaign, crossing the 90,000-pound threshhold two weeks before the deadline.

The trio of former Linux Format writers now will follow through to produce Linux Voice, scheduled for a February 2014 release.

As I outlined in an earlier post, the unique twist for what the three plan for Linux Voice is the following:

Half the profits will go back to Free Software and Linux communities, and our readership will choose where the money goes. As it says on…

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