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A.S.K. FOR WHAT?

A.S.K. FOR WHAT?

We all know to ask and to pray.
But when we do not receive answers fast enough, do we find ourselves asking “Pray for what?”.
Or if God already knows, then “A.S.K. for what?”
Even so, although we know to ask, do we know what to ask for?

Reflection on the C.R.O.S.S

Reflection on the C.R.O.S.S

5 weeks of C.R.O.S.S (Crucifixion, Resurrection, Obedience, Sacrifice and Salvation) devotions have created a lasting impact on my heart.
They have drawn me in to reflect upon His goodness and it has transformed my walk with God and relationships with friends and family. 

New Season, New Trail

New Season, New Trail

I had combed every corner of this place, the trails along the creek, the long winding loops that gracefully lace the perimeter of the park; I had even explored some of the newer trails on the far side of the river, so I was surprised when the Lord led me to take this trail.
It was one I surely passed hundreds of times before, but it had been kept hidden from my notice.

Failures

Failures

we will encounter failures at times in our running and other areas of our life.
It is at such times the ‘enemy’ will gloat over us, but let’s put it all in perspective – We may have had a bad day, but a bad day doesn’t make a bad life!
Remember that there is forgiveness with God and there is no failure that will ever separate us from God’s love.

Run with Joy

Run with Joy

Joy is a fruit of the spirit. It can’t be faked, and it is not dependent on the circumstances you face.
It has to be cultivated, and it is bore out of an intimate relationship with Christ.

Reject Rituals

Reject Rituals

Rules and rituals are there for a reason, but it is never to replace the need to love one another.
Religion, apart from loving people, is not only pointless – it displeases the Lord.
Ultimately, it has to do with the motives of our hearts – why we do what we do.

Be a Reflector!

Be a Reflector!

What are you reflecting? What do your actions or inactions reflect to others? Are you deflecting others from getting to know the King? Be it running or going about your daily activities – Have you been reflecting the One who created you?  

Crisis or Christ Is?

Crisis or Christ Is?

What is a crisis to you? How do you cope with one? The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has turned out to one of the biggest crisis faced in the history of humankind. The last time the earth was so impacted globally was when God sent the great flood and allowed Noah and his family to survive.

POWER OF ENCOURAGEMENT

POWER OF ENCOURAGEMENT

It’s Official – Running is Good for You!

The U.K. National Health Service states that ‘Regular running can reduce your risk of long-term illnesses, such as heart disease, type 2 diabetes and stroke.

It can also boost your mood and keep your weight under control.’

Prayer Reinvented: Frustration to Flow

Prayer Reinvented: Frustration to Flow

Training is much needed at any and every stage of our lives when it comes to becoming spiritually mature in the Kingdom of God.
And as the saying goes, the earlier the better and the sooner you’re trained, the more prepared you will be to fight this good fight of faith. 

Training Matters!

Training Matters!

Training is much needed at any and every stage of our lives when it comes to becoming spiritually mature in the Kingdom of God.
And as the saying goes, the earlier the better and the sooner you’re trained, the more prepared you will be to fight this good fight of faith. 

The ‘F’ Words

The ‘F’ Words

The F words – Faith and fitness. What has faith got to do with fitness? I know what some of you are thinking: 

“I don’t like to exercise”

“I am too busy to even think about exercising”

“ I am going to get too sweaty!”

“I hate going outdoors!”

“No way! I can’t even run 2km!”

“I could just go on diet if I wanted to lose weight”

“UUrghhhh….gyms are too crowded”

These are common protests.
Whilst we hear a lot about faith-based life, the emphasis on being faith-led seems to be lost on how we manage fitness.

Be a doer

Be a doer

I snoozed my alarm clock on my iPhone for the third time, turned and stuffed my head under my pillow and, tried to forget my decision to go for a morning jog, my little date with God. 

“Just 5 more minutes sleep maybe…”

“How about an afternoon jog or maybe tomorrow morning…”

Knock, Knock? Who’s there?

Knock, Knock? Who’s there?

But what if God comes knocking at our doors? Do we gladly open the doors of our hearts to him? Do we oblige only when it’s to our convenience? Do we acknowledge Him only when our “mood” is good? Or only when He has brought us presents that we have asked for? 

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