RFM is a 501c3 Non Profit Health ministry in the United States, established in the state of Georgia. Our prayer and intent for the church is a culture of “shalom”, which at its core means wholeness and health.
Radical Fitness Ministries (RFM) exists to create a fitness culture in the church and under-resourced communities.
We are a results driven, service based fitness ministry. We use modern technology and science, like biometrics, questionnaires, and testimonies to measure and observe individuals.
Radical is a Fitness Brand who seeks to glorify God.
We Educate, Encourage and Empower the church on all things wellness and fitness for the 21st Century environment through:
- Wellness Workshops
- Pastors In Training Program (PIT)
- Radical Fitness
- Renovator Discipleship Academy (our coaches academy)
- Iron Eagles (outreach to under-resourced communities)
Our Core Values
Truth is foundational. It is required for knowledge, for productive work, for relationships, for growth. “No finite point has meaning without an infinite reference point” (Jean-Paul Sartre). The authoritative source for truth is the Holy Scriptures. Through the Truth, Jesus Christ, we become rightly related to God, the infinite Reference Point. We are committed to speaking truth and hearing truth so we can grow and help others grow.
Nobility is purpose. God created every human being in his image to be a co-regent with him over creation. In this way everyone is truly a King or Queen. God is reconciling all things back to himself. By reclaiming our nobility through Jesus Christ, we participate with God in that reconciliation. And we again lead creation in worship of the Creator. This is our high royal calling.
Joy is the highest motivation. The joy of the Lord is strength. God anointed Jesus Christ with joy and it was for joy that Christ suffered and succeeded in his earthly mission. Knowing we are unconditionally and eternally accepted by God in Christ and adored by heaven because of Christ fills us with unspeakable joy that fuels our work. It is only joy that can power a life all the way through to heaven. We do not judge ourselves or commend ourselves. Joy is living before an audience of One, our Creator.
Power is forcefulness governed by self-discipline. It is a gift from God enabling us to focus on our goals, to keep moving forward, to endure hardships, to not lose heart. Motivated by joy we discipline ourselves to undertake worthwhile goals and struggle mightily to achieve them. And we discipline ourselves to decline tasks that are self-serving or would waste our efforts. Power is the result of discipline.
Community is the celebration of diversity within unity. Only in Christ does God celebrate the diversity of our individual names and abilities united for the benefit of the community. Many members, one body. Every personal pronoun in the Lord’s Prayer is plural. It is acting in community that we encourage and serve one another.