At some point we all go to the University of Hard Knocks, getting an education from life’s challenges. For some, the college years can be extremely difficult lacking passion and the ability to thrive. Jana Letterman provides solid encouragement and advice for college students needing solutions to better mental wellness. See how mental illness can be addressed through strengthening Christian faith and physical fitness.

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David Boudia and Steele Johnson won silver at the Rio Olympic Games. David's book, Greater Than Gold, tells his inspiring journey from lost to found. Now inspired by faith and fired by a new purpose, Boudia is ready to see how God writes his future.

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Alaina McCraner, from Indiana University campus in South Bend, Indiana graduates in 2017 with plans to travel. She looks forward to being even more active for God. A sports injury could have kept her down but she turned to God for strength during her recovery. Today she exercises regularly, eats clean and sees how her faith guides all of her physical decisions.

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COLLEGE FITNESS  Tell Cedarville University's Timothy Parrott to, "Go take a hike!"and he'll ask you, "When do we leave, how far are we going and how much elevation are we going to gain?" Preparing for a career in cardiac rehabilitation he's working to reach new heights in his prayer life, relationship with others, physical fitness and appreciation for all of God's creation.

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COLLEGE FITNESS  Kelsey Gentille is a heavy lifter representing Cedarville Univeristy in Ohio. You'll find her doing Cross Fit, gymnastics and a whole lot more. Doing the Child and Family Counseling Psychology track at Cedarville, she'll start her professional career as a high school counselor lifting something greater --- hope in Jesus Christ and the spirit and future of youth.

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We have an entire department in Faith & Fitness Magazine dedicated to COLLEGE FITNESS. We believe the college years are pivotal for students as they take personal ownership of their faith and cultivate the vision for their vocation. We're pleased to introduce Reverend David Pritchard as the College Fitness Department Editor. Get to know him and see why you can expect great things in this department.

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Kendra Morlan is a senior studying Kinesiology and Health Promotion at Abilene Christian University. As one of our 2016 Top Bods On Campus she brings cheer to the lives of many and sets an example of what it means to be strong and fit.

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Max Priestley represents Abilene Christian University in our 2016 Top Bods On Campus. Read about his fitness lifestyle, Christian faith and career plans.

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Our search for the Top Bods On Campus for 2016 has begun. SMART – STRONG – SERVING. What two students will represent your campus in 2016?

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