Frequently Asked Questions about the 21-Day Weight Loss God’s Way Challenge
Every morning at 4:00 am EST you will receive a message in your email inbox that will have a link to a 5-minute video about a daily topic. Watch the video, study the related scripture, journal your response to the daily challenge and lastly share your response in our Facebook group.
How much does it cost?
We don’t charge for the basic online challenge and you’re free to quit at any time. If you don’t feel you’re being blessed by the daily videos, you can unsubscribe to the emails at any time. Even though we’re providing it free, this program is valued at over $300 so don’t take it for granted. In fact, why not tell someone else about it?
If you’re blessed by the program, we would encourage you to make a donation of any amount. It will help us to make the Weight Loss, God’s Way program even better, to reach more women around the world and to support a program near and dear to our heart called Project Beautiful. You can learn more about it and make a donation HERE.
Can men participate in the challenge?
My expertise is in working with women over the years. Although the program was created and designed specifically for women, men would definitely benefit from the content in the program but they would not be permitted to participate in the private Weight Loss, God’s Way Facebook group.
Do I need any other materials?
To get the most out of the challenge, or to get an early start, you can purchase our Healthy by Design: Weight Loss, God’s Way book in print or ebook formats. It’s available from Amazon, iBooks, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, Google Play and other major distributors.
Do I have to diet?
There is no diet component to the challenge, but people naturally begin to change their eating habits as a result of spending time with God and focusing on what they’re eating.
For those desiring to change their diet as they do the challenge, we have created a totally optional 21 Meal Plan ebook – available on it’s own or with a set of nutritional videos. If this is your first time doing the challenge, we recommend focusing on the daily challenges/scriptures instead of diet. If you’ve done the challenge before, or changing your diet is very important to you, then you will find the 21 Day Meal Plan provides tasty, practical, low-carb meals that will definitely help you to kick-start your weight loss.
If the challenge offers no meal plan or exercise program, what am I being challenged on?
We’ve all done the diet and exercise thing – more times than most of us care to share and for most of us, the results were temporary. The reason why most of us stay stuck in the yo-yo cycle is because we never get to the root cause of why we do what we do. This challenge will push you to go deeper than band-aid solutions to weight loss and in partnership with the Holy Spirit will challenge you to understand what is at the root of your weight struggles.
How do I know my particular weight issue will be discussed?
We will be discussing 21 different areas that keep Christian women from reaching their weight loss goals so you can be sure that we will be covering a lot of topics. However, given the size of the group, I will not be able to address individual concerns.
I don’t use Facebook. Can I still take the challenge?
Yes, you can still participate in the challenge. The Facebook group provides additional group support and accountability. We believe it’s part of what makes the challenge so successful. If you choose not to take advantage of the group, I suggest you invite a friend to do it with you and discuss the daily challenges with them.
I’m receiving too many notifications, how do I turn them off?
You can watch the short video here which will teach you how to turn off the facebook notifications. It’s about 1/2 way into the presentation. Click HERE to watch it.
Who can see my information of Facebook?
All of your information is 100% private and can only be seen by other members of the WLGW group. All members are also reminded to keep all conversations confidential and respect everyone’s privacy.