This video is from the Revelation Wellness website.
While you're walking out your faith, don't forget to work out your body.
Wholeness is achieved by a balance of body, mind and spirit. Most churches focus on mind and spirit, but at Living Streams, you’ll find a focus on building a healthy body, too.
Fitness classes are provided by Revelation Fitness. See the list below for a complete class schedule.
Weigh Less to Feed More is a faith-based wellness program that teaches participants how to live healthy and whole lives in Christ while serving others who suffer from physical and spiritual poverty around the world. For details visit www.revelationwellness.org.
This schedule is subject to change. If in doubt, contact Dana Seymour: email@example.com
Revelation Fitness | 5:30 am | Activity Center
Revelation Fitness | 8:30 am | Activity Center
Working Poor Tax Credit
The Respite Shelter for Homeless Men qualifies for the Working Poor Tax Credit.
What does that mean? It means that you can choose up to $200 of your 2013 tax dollars to go directly to this ministry (up to $400 for married filers).
How it works: You donate directly to the Respite Shelter, then use AZ Form 321 when you file for your 2013 Arizona State taxes. You will receive a dollar-for-dollar tax credit!
Get started now: Click here to go to the Respite Shelter for Homeless Men website, and click on the “Donate” button to make your donation by credit card or Paypal. You will receive acknowledgement and verification of your donation by mail, along with our non-profit 501c3 verification. Then, when you file your 2013 taxes, take a dollar-for-dollar tax credit (up to $400 for married and up to $200 for single filers) using the AZ Form 321.
If you prefer to mail a check, you can send it made payable to:
Deadline: In order to get credit for your 2013 taxes, your donation must be made by December 31, 2013. (That means any checks mailed must actually be postmarked by December 31.)
Questions? If you have questions about the Respite Shelter for Homeless Men, or about how the Working Poor Tax Credit benefits the shelter, please contact John Irwin, Director: firstname.lastname@example.org or 602-870-5353.