Pray Harder

I’ve been having several conversations with friends lately about the word discipline. It is most often associated with physical training. If you want to be physically healthy, you have to exercise. And to see results, you have to be disciplined and do it daily. In regards to prayer, if you want to see results, you... Continue Reading →

Primed for Endurance

If you’re an endurance athlete, you can relate to what the scriptures say about endurance. Sometimes when I come across scripture that mentions endurance, I’m like “oh I’ve done an Ironman, I get it!” But you don’t have to have trained for and completed an Ironman to understand the endurance it takes to follow Jesus.... Continue Reading →

0 + 0 = 0

0+0=0 My eye was drawn to this math problem on my daughter’s addition practice table mat. Of course I’m going to ask God what He wants me to know about this. He intentionally highlighted it for me. I immediately got two answers: Nothing + nothing = nothing. You can’t make something out of nothing. Zero... Continue Reading →

Writing Activation

Ready to do some spiritual training? This activation was new to me, but I was ready to give it a try. And it did not disappoint! I challenge you to give it a try, too!  I heard about this activation from one of the streaming sermons I listen to online. Writing Activation: 15 minutes of... Continue Reading →

The WHY behind this blog

I started this blog because God prompted me to do it. My goal is to share what it’s like to be both physically and spiritually active and healthy. I want to inspire you to make fitness part of your everyday, but more importantly, to make His Kingdom part of your everyday. To get out of... Continue Reading →

Embrace your journey

I'm in my mid-thirties and I feel like life is starting to finally make sense. I feel like I'm at the exact spot I'm supposed to be. And I would have NEVER thought it would look anything like this. I'm a coach and owner at Alamo 180, Prayer Ministry Leader at City Church Downtown, and... Continue Reading →

Coach by trade, friend of God by occupation. I borrowed these words by Smith Wigglesworth (1859 - 1947) who said of himself "Plumber by trade, friend of God by occupation." So good. Give him your job. He can do it better than you can. Partner with Him and together you'll do amazing things. You'll accomplish far... Continue Reading →

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