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
Get Up
Get Up

Have you been lazy about working out? Did you give in to your cravings AGAIN? Did you succumb to bingeing and purging after weeks of therapy and healthy eating? Were you struggling with a trigger that »

Have you been lazy about working out? Did you give in to your cravings AGAIN? Did you succumb to bingeing and purging after weeks of therapy and healthy eating? Were you struggling with a trigger that leads back to anorexia this week? Have you regained most or all of the weight you lost? If so, I have something to tell you that you probably don't want to hear, "Get up and try again!" I know your flesh..

Mrs. Ann Wooten-Taylor · June 10th, 2018

Mrs. Ann Wooten-Taylor · June 10th, 2018

Grow Up
Grow Up

The Bible says, "Foolishness is bound up in the heart of a child, but the rod of correction will drive it far from him" (Proverbs 22:15). Children behave foolishly because they are immature physically, »

The Bible says, "Foolishness is bound up in the heart of a child, but the rod of correction will drive it far from him" (Proverbs 22:15). Children behave foolishly because they are immature physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. Consequently, they must be disciplined or taught to act, think, feel, and live in a way that pleases God, keeps them at peace with others, and conforms to the..

Mrs. Ann Wooten-Taylor · June 3rd, 2018

Mrs. Ann Wooten-Taylor · June 3rd, 2018

For Such a Time as This
For Such a Time as This

In the Book of Esther, we learn about how God uses ordinary people to bring about extraordinary change and exemplify His supernatural power. The people in this case were an orphan named Esther and the »

In the Book of Esther, we learn about how God uses ordinary people to bring about extraordinary change and exemplify His supernatural power. The people in this case were an orphan named Esther and the cousin who adopted her named Mordecai. They were both a part of the remnant of Israel living in captivity after the Babylonian conquest of Jerusalem, but these slaves were called to spiritual greatness...

Mrs. Ann Wooten-Taylor · May 20th, 2018

Mrs. Ann Wooten-Taylor · May 20th, 2018

A Successful Plan
A Successful Plan

The Bible says, "Commit to the Lord whatever you do, and your plans will succeed" (Proverbs 16:3). That doesn't mean you ask God to bless the plan you have or intend to implement for your life. It means »

The Bible says, "Commit to the Lord whatever you do, and your plans will succeed" (Proverbs 16:3). That doesn't mean you ask God to bless the plan you have or intend to implement for your life. It means you follow Jesus' example and humbly lay aside your personal plans and desires so that God's Will is done (Matthew 6:10)." This relates to weight loss and eating disorders as well as every other aspect..

Mrs. Ann Wooten-Taylor · May 6th, 2018

Mrs. Ann Wooten-Taylor · May 6th, 2018