Mrs. Ann Wooten-Taylor J.D.

Ann Wooten-Taylor

Ann Wooten-Taylor is the founder and C.E.O. of Eating as an Act of Worship Ministries, which is a nonprofit organization dedicated to teaching the biblical principles regarding the body, dieting, exercising, and maintaining a healthy body for the glory of God. Mrs. Taylor is the author of the Eating as an Act of Worship Workbook and the Eating as an Act of Worship Teacher's Edition which are both utilized in the 12-week EAW Weight Loss Course. She writes the EAW Health and Fitness Column which appears in Back2Eden News Magazine, and hosts the Saturday morning EAW Ministries Radio Show on StudioW Buzz. Additionally, Mrs. Taylor is a practicing attorney who has been married for 18 years. She and her husband have two children.

Eating as an Act of Worship Ministries
http://www.eatingasanactofworshipministries.org
10515 West Markham
Suite H5
Little Rock , Arkansas
72205
Books Ann has Published

Eating as an Act of Worship Teacher’s Edition

Ann Wooten-Taylor, Esq., is the C.E.O. and founder of Eating as an Act of Worship Ministries. The ministry began as a result of her deliverance from obesity, and she has been teaching others the Christian weight loss principles she learned since 2012. Unlike many Christian weight loss classes, the EAW class is not a forum where individuals come together, say a prayer, and then have a workout session. On the contrary, EAW weight loss courses focus on God’s perspective about the body, dieting, exercising,

Articles Ann has Published
Put Food in Its Place
Put Food in Its Place

Since infancy, we all have learned to recognize our bodies' need for food and beverages, which we interpret as hunger or thirst. In response to these physical needs, we must continue to fulfill our bodies' »

Since infancy, we all have learned to recognize our bodies' need for food and beverages, which we interpret as hunger or thirst. In response to these physical needs, we must continue to fulfill our bodies' desire to eat and drink until the day we die. Failure to do so will bring about our early, certain, and painful demise. The question is how do you overcome obesity and eating disorders when your..

Mrs. Ann Wooten-Taylor · 5 days ago

Mrs. Ann Wooten-Taylor · 5 days ago

You’re Not Alone
You’re Not Alone

When we face difficult circumstances, we often feel as though we're in it alone even when it's obvious that we're not. For example, if you're married, your spouse is as much affected by what takes place »

When we face difficult circumstances, we often feel as though we're in it alone even when it's obvious that we're not. For example, if you're married, your spouse is as much affected by what takes place in your life as you are. If there's a layoff on your job, everyone who received a pink slip understands what you're going through. In America, over 1/3 of the population is overweight. That means they..

Mrs. Ann Wooten-Taylor · October 21st, 2018

Mrs. Ann Wooten-Taylor · October 21st, 2018

Microwave Moments
Microwave Moments

Show your thanks to the Lord for another day on earth by honoring Him with your body and your spirit (1 Corinthians 6:19-20). However, if today is one of those days where the mere thought of dieting and »

Show your thanks to the Lord for another day on earth by honoring Him with your body and your spirit (1 Corinthians 6:19-20). However, if today is one of those days where the mere thought of dieting and exercising makes you feel tired, preparing your meals seems like a hated chore, you want to give in to your eating disorder triggers, and you can't talk yourself into working out, remember that you..

Mrs. Ann Wooten-Taylor · October 14th, 2018

Mrs. Ann Wooten-Taylor · October 14th, 2018

Do You Really Love the Lord
Do You Really Love the Lord

The word "worship" embodies many things. In the Hebrew language, it means to bow down and give honor to a deity. In English, it also means to adore, glorify, honor, be devoted to, and to love someone or »

The word "worship" embodies many things. In the Hebrew language, it means to bow down and give honor to a deity. In English, it also means to adore, glorify, honor, be devoted to, and to love someone or something. Jesus said those who love Him obey His commands (John 14:23). That means He does not judge your love for Him by your emotional state. On the contrary, He looks at your actions to determine..

Mrs. Ann Wooten-Taylor · September 30th, 2018

Mrs. Ann Wooten-Taylor · September 30th, 2018