"Lack or loss of spiritual faith" is included in a list of risk indicators for use by "leaders at all levels" to "identify and address risky behavior or events that may lead to risky behavior, as soon as possible."
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Being spiritually fit is not a place of destination at which we one day arrive; it is a journey of a lifetime for the awake and willing, and it begins with your first step, even if it isn't perfect.
Physical fitness isn't primarily a matter of wanting to look good or of not caring how we look; it's a matter of stewardship -- taking care of something entrusted to us.
The military has gone to great lengths to insist that spiritual fitness is not a religious concept. But the cumulative message is clear: Spiritual fitness is about being a good Christian.
By Adelle M. Banks
Religion News ServiceWASHINGTON (RNS) The Army is facing questions over a "spiritual fitness" portion of a mandatory questionnaire,...
Christianity is being pushed on our service men and women under the guise of "Spiritual Fitness," a clever term concocted by the military to flagrantly violate the Constitution.
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