When I look back to 2016 at this time I’m pretty amazed at how far I’ve come. At that time I was lucky to probably have gone 1 mile in around 30 minutes, and that was probably mostly walking. Comparing that to my run today I can honestly say that God used running to make a huge change in my life as well as the people of Sierra Leone, Africa. God has blessed me in my running. #HWI #Run4Water #WhyIRun #RiverBankRun
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OK, since my post text just got all blown away from a dumb paste instead of copy here’s the #TLDR of it. #humid #sweat #TrainingPlan #OffTheRails #NoTrainingPlan #Prayer #ETC #Ronkorhun #PrayersForMyFamily #HWI #GRMarathon #Run4Water
Trying to go through even an “easy” run when the humidity is high is a challenge. When I get done I feel like I’ve taken the grossest shower anyone could ever take. #HWI #KCC #Run4Water #WhyIRun #GRHalfMarathon #RiverBankRun
This morning was a bit like reliving the 2017 #GRMarathon and that means I got home drenched. I think I did well enough pace wise despite the strong winds too. Have to train in all kinds of weather right. #HWI #Run4Water
I’m officially registered for the GR Half Marathon. Looking forward to the journey and the community! What a great night for the Hope Water kick off! I’ll be doing the half marathon, which seems crazy, but my wife is my inspiration. I also can’t wait to be a part of the the amazing work God is doing with the Hope Water Team to provide clean water to people in Africa. So proud of my wife who is joining the team headed to Africa in a week to dedicate some of the wells the team helped to put in and serve the people.
Just because you “feel” an emotion does not mean the thought behind it is true. Therefore, to glorify the Lord with your actions, ensure that your emotions are based upon the truth in God’s word. – Healing Negative Emotions
It was a tough run this morning the snow covered sidewalks and pathways really took their tole the further I got into my run. On top of that my CamelBak nozzle froze up and couldn’t get any water for a good portion of the second half of my run. What was supposed to be a 17 mile run ended up being only a 15 mile run. I had my mask on to help cover my face from the wind, which I’m so thankful I had decided to that otherwise my face probably would have been frozen. There is no telling what the weather is going to be like come February 2nd, for the Groundhog Day Marathon. After today’s experience I’m a little more concerned about…