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Running the Race by Debbie Registered Nurse Posted Wed 14 Jul 2010 7:19am Our faith walk can be compared to running a long distance race.  We need endurance to continue to the end. God often chooses to use the weak, the not so smart, the unknown to do His best Kingdom work in this world.  It's the willing and obedient heart that He's seeking. Hop over to read "Running the Race" at Laced with Grace ... ... Read on »
Swimming, biking and "Running on Faith": a new book by uber ultraman Jason Lester by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Wed 25 Aug 2010 7:00am Editor's Note: Our friend and Uber Ultraman Jason Lester has a new book out. Why is Jason an Uber Ultraman? Because he's completed more Ironman races in one week than most of us will ever finish in a lifetime. This is an except from his new book, "Running on Faith". You can purchase the book HERE . I had already swum more than five miles ... Read on »
I Run For Life by Lacie H. Patient Expert Posted Sat 23 Aug 2008 10:51pm I was e-mailing the other day with a blog buddy of mine about running and the movie Chariots of Fire . The metaphor of running a race really stunned me ~ it's been a long time since I have really thought about the parallels with running and faith. Eric Liddell speach in the movie is brilliant ~ Eric Liddell: ... Read on »
Faithfulness - Part 2 by Take Root and Write .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 23 Sep 2009 10:25pm Though raised in a traditional church, I did not understand certain activities that took place each week.For example, every first Sunday was set apart for testifying. Anyone in the congregation could speak about the goodness of God. I would watch from the pews as one mother would stand up and sing a hymn titled, "O to be kept by Jesus". ... Read on »
So Many Races: Upcoming Race Schedule by Bekah Facebook Posted Sun 17 Jul 2011 11:42am After my bad luck in May at the Memorial Day Marathon, I’ve decided not to run another full marathon this year.  Instead have opted to try some new races in some interesting locations with appealing distances.  Let’s take a look at where I will/may be: Half Marathon:  August 7th – Registered   7 Miler:  August 21 – ... Read on »
The Race I Didn't Wanna Do -- Race Report for Galveston 5150 by Donna Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 27 Oct 2011 4:54pm And on the 7th day she raced. Even though, for the first time, she did. not. want to. True story.  Hard to believe, I know. I signed up for the 5150 race because Hubs was going to do the sprint and we thought it would be "fun" to both race the same day.  Plus, I thought finishing up the race season with some events in cooler weather wou ... Read on »
FBC Greater Things Race Review by HappyHealthyRunner Health MavenFacebook Posted Wed 19 Oct 2011 12:20pm I did a positively delightful job of carb-loading for this race. And yes, I realize that it’s a 10k and you probably don’t need to carb load, but I did and I did it well. Unfortunately for you I can’t really back that up with pictures, but suffice it to say I spent Thursday night at La Parmigiana eating bread and pizza made by angels and supple ... Read on »
The Long Run: Anxiety and Doubts by {lifeasa}RunningMom Posted Tue 10 Jun 2014 7:01pm Last Saturday I posted this on my personal facebook page It doesn't matter how many marathons I have trained for and raced. I will always get long run anxiety. Tomorrow I will have my faith and the love for my Dad lifting me up. Tomorrow I will nail my official first training long run and succeed at hitting my scheduled paces.  #iwill  as ... Read on »
Race Report: Vancouver First Half Marathon by ndscott Patient Expert Posted Tue 18 Feb 2014 11:01am Oh Vancouver First Half, you have always been one of my favourites. 2012 was meaningful because it was my first half marathon after a couple of years full of pregnancies, babies and surgeries. In 2013 it was awesome because I totally surprised myself and ran a huge new PR. 2014 was supposed to be special too. It was going to be the race where ... Read on »
Leadville Trail Run 100-Mile Race Report by Donald Patient Expert Posted Tue 28 Aug 2012 12:00am Admin note: pour yourself a cup of coffee for this one; the length is a doozy.  What the race did to my body, the report did to my writing – and I’m going to recover from both by doing the same thing, or more specifically, by doing absolutely nothing.  My running has taken a back seat for a while, and likewise, this blog is taking a ... Read on »