In 2014, I learned a tool for Bible study. And I started to teach it to a group of young adults. I wanted them to know what to do if I didn’t show up for Sunday school some day. You identify a passage of Scripture. A story, perhaps, or a section of teaching. You read … Continue reading A tool for review.
I have piles of rocks around my office. I have piles of rocks outside my window. Some of the rocks I gathered a year ago as part of a spiritual practice in gathering rocks. Some of you participated. Other rocks are from places that I’ve been and my friends have been. But now there are rocks … Continue reading keep telling yourself that.
“Happy Thanksgiving.” I understand that’s a hard thing to hear for those who are grieving the loss of a life or of a mind this year. For those who are wondering about the next job, about the next step. For those who are missing family members this year because of service to God or country, … Continue reading Reflecting on thanks.
Yep. I’m 57 today. According to some research, when I walk down a street in the US, I’m older than 8 of the 10 people I see. That makes visiting retirement centers encouraging. That makes running more important all the time. (455 miles in the last year. 10 in the previous 55 years.) That made visiting … Continue reading 57
I’ve tried to figure out how to do fundraising with running. Actually, I’ve wanted my running to be helpful for someone other than me. And I wanted to get something figured out for my 57th birthday in July. Along came the #iworkoutbeCAUSE 30-day charity running challenge. Complete at least 12 20-minute workouts in 30 days … Continue reading Running for a reason