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Want To Be A Stronger Christian?

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I like to run. It wasn’t always the case. Growing up I loved playing basketball, soccer, or baseball, but loathed the idea of jogging. I would have chosen to eats bugs rather than run laps, sprints, or hills. But times have changed for me. In fact, in the past two years, I’ve completed three half marathons.

One of the key training tools I’ve used is a little iPhone exercise app. It helps track time, distance, pace, and calories burned. But there is one …

Road Map for Prayer

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I learned the Lord’s Prayer in the locker room. From age 7 until I was in college, in whatever sport I was playing, my coaches all did the same thing before a game. They would tell us to “bring it in, grab a knee,” and to “pray as the Lord Jesus Christ taught us”¦.Our Father, who art in Heaven“ As my teammates and I recited the prayer in unison, we would invariably crescendo into a pre-game frenzied chorus of “the kingdom, and

Thoughts from the “Top of Texas”

December 30th 2009 2 comments so far  

On November 8, 2009, my wife, oldest son, and I climbed to the “Top of Texas”- Guadalupe Peak, the highest point in the state. The hike is a 10 mile round trip with a 3,000 foot vertical change with hard climbing the first mile and the last 100 yards from the peak. Our objective was to touch the stainless steel pylon that marks the highest point: 8,749 feet above sea level.

This was the first time my wife Sally and oldest son Martin made the climb. We did so in honor of her sixt, uh, “significant” birthday. …

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