Waiting on Manna: Needing God Every Single Day

September 27th 2013 No comments yet  

lightstock_3693_xsmall_user_799053I’m going to be perfectly honest with you: there is nothing I want to be doing less than writing a blog today. For the past couple of weeks, I’ve been dealing with a communicatory and financial mess up with an apartment, and I have been sleeping a lot less because of the stress. My schedule is completely off, my exercise routine is shot, and worry and doubt are seeping in. I am completely physically and emotionally drained today. And I have at least 400 …

God and Sports: How Does He Influence Games?

September 13th 2013 No comments yet  

file000420773408 When I was a high school football player, I had a very specific schedule I would follow before a game. I had a certain order I would put on my uniform. After it was on, I would lay flat on my back on the floor, helmet and everything, until we went out for warmups. During warmups, I shook the hand of every player and coach on my team. When I went back into the locker room, I prayed.

But I never asked God for wins. …

Reflections From a 70.3 Ironman: Anything Is Possible – A Common Grace

A Photo September 6th 2013 No comments yet  

file0001595609600Legendary football coach Vince Lombardi once said, “The good Lord made the body capable to do just about anything, it is your mind that you have to convince.” Those in the triathlon Ironman community who believe anything is possible have convinced their mind.

“Anything is Possible” is the motto of Ironman. They don’t mean that ducks can talk or humans can fly, but that men and women are capable of doing so much more than they realize. I believe this is a common grace …

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