Category Archives: God

A fountain of youth: life lessons from Alice Herz-Sommer

Watching the recent Academy Awards, I was intrigued by the winning film of the Best Short Documentary category, The Lady in Number 6.  A good part of the world knew the subject, Alice Herz-Sommer and her biography, A Century of Wisdom (2012).  Her life is … Continue reading

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“I’ll keep you in my prayers!”

This week’s guest post is from my colleague in Georgia, Stormy Falso.  I’ll be back with a new post Monday, September 13th.   It’s a phrase I hear often, “I’ll keep you in my prayers!” It comes with an expectation … Continue reading

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The Olympics & faith: Ancient wisdom, modern practice, part 2

It was late in the afternoon.  Our county wide running club had hired an Olympic coach for just one day.  The elite runners had the first group appointment at 8:00 a.m.  The rest of the members were assigned an hour … Continue reading

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The Olympics & faith: Ancient wisdom, modern practice, part 1

Ryan Hall is a Team USA Olympic marathon contender.  He’s also a man quite open about how his faith is influencing his training and event participation.  A recent New York Times feature about Ryan, “A Runner’s Belief: God is his coach”, … Continue reading

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