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162055_6144“Only be careful, and watch yourselves closely so that you do not forget the things your eyes have seen or let them fade from your heart as long as you live. Teach them to your children and to their children after them. Remember…” Deut. 4:9

Remember the first home fellowships when the church began meeting at Collin College? Remember how friendships started, and people encouraged one another? Remember when home fellowship kicked off with such enthusiasm years ago? Can you remember the time when …

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

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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 …

Reflections from a 70.3 Ironman: Trust the Training

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Reflections from a 70.3 IronmanAlong the course, the supporters are great. You’ll hear cheers from strangers. Words of encouragement are shouted. Volunteers at aid stations provide physical relief with water and ice. Additionally, you will see signs along the way. Some signs are posted in the ground while others are held by fans, family, and supporters. Of all the signs, there was one sign that stood out. The sign simply read, “Trust the Training.”

Why such a sign?

As a first timer, one reason I …

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