In The News

Liberty Journal Article - Apr. 29, 2008

Pastor Steve Reynolds was once an addict — an ice cream addict. Now 100 pounds lighter, he helps motivate his congregation and beyond to shed weight by dedicating themselves spiritually and physically to God. Reynolds, a 1980 Liberty University graduate

Chicago Tribune Article - Feb. 28, 2008

The pews at Capital Baptist Church here don't provide much room to move, but lack of space didn't stop about 150 people from rising to their feet on a recent Saturday morning and taking a few jabs and uppercuts to the beat of Christian music. Boxing and church may be an uncommon pairing, but Rev. Steve Reynolds was making a point that God and exercise do go together.

Washington Post Article - Jan. 7, 2008

Last January, Annandale minister Steve Reynolds told his congregation that they were praying too much at the altar of fatty foods, and he put them on a diet. One year later, how did they do? Very well, Reynolds said. About 250 people, most of them members of Reynolds's Capital Baptist Church, joined in his Bod4God weight-loss program that combined Christian principles with a low-fat diet and exercise. They lost a total of 2,100 pounds.

Washington Post Article - Jan. 22, 2007

Saving souls is serious business for Annandale pastor Steve Reynolds. So is losing weight. Which is why he stepped out from behind the lectern during a service one recent weekend to deliver a blunt message to those crowded into the pews below. "About 40 percent of you need to lose weight," he told his congregation at Capital Baptist Church. "When you love potluck more than God, it's serious."

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