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Mission: Finally getting baptized and I am so excited to visit International House of Prayer in Kansas City.

Posted by on Jun 30, 2010 in Mission: Get Inspired | 0 comments

When I first started walking with Christ, many years ago, I just didnt quite get the idea of baptism. (actually, I didn’t really know what I was getting into…or any idea about anything for that matter…but that would fill a novel.. so today I will just explain how I was deceived by the concept of baptism..) I thought, I was baptized at birth so that’s all I needed. Right? I asked Jesus into my heart.  Check. I was forgiven of all sin.  Check So why did I need to be baptized for all the world to see? Why do it as an...

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Mission: Finding something to hold my Nike Plus sensor when running in Skechers Resistance Runners (SRR)…

Posted by on Jun 25, 2010 in Mission: Get Inspired | 2 comments

Mission:  Finding something to hold my Nike Plus sensor when running in Skechers Resistance Runners (SRR)…

You may know that Skechers is coming out with a sweet new running shoe, SRR (Skechers Resistance runner) in July 2010– I of course– have been running in them for the last few months… well, because I have connections wink wink. (they will be available at select finish line stores, famous footwear, nordstroms, Academy, Modells, Lady Foot Locker, Foot Locker, Hibbetts, TSA, skecher stores and online right away at roadrunnersports.com.) They are by far the most comfortable ride in running shoes I have ever felt.  (Because of...

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Mission: New running music to keep you moving. My June 2010 Playlist Makeover.

Posted by on Jun 21, 2010 in Mission: Get Healthy | 0 comments

Need a Fresh IPod Mix to keep your legs-a-movin?? Here are some jams that are surly kickin my tail: Whether you need new tunes to workout to or just need a play list makeover I hope you enjoy it! Some are new and some are not, regardless, its some good music! 30 Seconds to Mars:  This is War 30 Seconds to Mars:  A Call to Arms 30 Seconds to Mars:  Night Of The Hunter 30 Seconds to Mars:  Oblivion 30 Seconds to Mars:  Closer to the edge La Roux:  Bulletproof Cage the elephant:  aint no rest for the wicked Cage the elephant:  In one...

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Mission: Understand Forgiveness

Posted by on Apr 26, 2010 in Mission: Get Inspired | 0 comments

On a mission today… Ever thought you were over something?  or what someone did or did not do for/to you?  Well, I thought I had forgiven it– but something brought the situation back to a head and I am just laying it completely before the Lord… again… This is a great article I found that gave me some insight… thought it may help you today!~ Forgiving others often starts as a decision of surrender-an act of our will. This surrender invites God to begin working in our lives in a deeper level, allowing God to ...

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Mission: Skechers Shape-Ups at the LA Marathon– Can I stand the test?

Posted by on Mar 28, 2010 in Mission: Get Inspired | 0 comments

Mission: Skechers Shape-Ups at the LA Marathon– Can I stand the test?

Hello All! As you may know, I now work for Skechers Fitness Group and I am now a “Shape-Ups” expert!  Helping the Midwest learn all about shape ups. I will share tons of great info about shape-ups that I have learned, but I think it will be more valuable to you if I share my own personal experiences with them. I have been traveling the US the last few weeks and one of my stops was working the LA marathon.  We had a Skechers Shape booth at the pre and post race expo. Have you ever stood on concrete for a long period of time?  How...

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Mission: Catching up…

Posted by on Feb 26, 2010 in Mission: Get Inspired | 0 comments

I am too tired this evening to write about everything that is going on in much detail…. Things have been moving and spinning and I have neglected to write it down to share… Things, like…. I am moving in 2 weeks to Columbus for a sweet new job…. Leaving a 4.5 yr career in Lima that is so bittersweet and wrapped in a weird transition… How stoked I am to be encountering the Lord on a new level… How my last “silly” blog was misinterpreted and how it helped me be accountable to taking the time to...

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