Habits That Work: My Daily Hallelujah

Even while we bask in some glorious warm weather, we’re getting ready for winter. A work colleague just commented that she was looking forward to the snow, when I’d car-pool with her and we could pick up the good chats we’ve enjoyed while commuting.  Winter does have its perks. But what about the healthy and gentle work-out I’ve been getting by cycling to work since the snow dried off our roads last spring? April’s blog on this indoor walking habit has just given me a good idea. What do you think?

Habits That Work: My Daily Hallelujah.

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About Elsie Hannah Ruth Rempel

As a young senior whose life could easily have ended in a nasty car crash in 2012 I live with an extra dose of gratitude to God, humanity, and the wonders of our human bodies. I am a passionate advocate for ministry WITH children and seniors in the life and ministry of the church. I started working in Faith Formation with Mennonite Church Canada in 2002. Thinking and writing about faith helps me see God at work in all kinds of surprising places. I'd like to be remembered as one who encourages others to live into God's good dream for our world. My book, Please Pass the Faith: The Spiritual Art of Grandparenting, is one big way I'm trying to share that encouragement with my peers. This blog is another way I'd like to engage people who care about growing in faith across the generations.
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2 Responses to Habits That Work: My Daily Hallelujah

  1. Thanks for this Elsie. A good reminder that caring for our bodies can also be a spiritual exercise. Lately I have been contemplating how to go about this, and your blog featuring April is an encouragement to pursue this.

  2. Thanks for the mention, Elsie. Yesterday was pouring rain, but at least I walked a mile indoors! I find that a pedometer helps–I haven’t used it much lately, but at one time I was very consistent in getting my 10,000 steps/day, and have been wanting to get back to that.

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