Are you an athlete, specifically a runner, with a low back injury? Are you looking to get back to running as soon as possible? Get back to running quickly with a new book from an avid runner with over a decade of experience in successful running recovery. Trained by world class coaches through her late blooming running career, Erin Kanoa, an ex pre-Olympic athlete, and avid distance trail runner, details out a master plan for your swift return to the trail or the streets. Laced with humor and real world experience, you will feel confident in her approach to getting your running back on track.
"Be more than an athlete who happens to be Christian. Be a Christian who happens to be an athlete!" Like running in a footrace, the Christian race of life takes preparation, discipline, endurance, obedience, positive thinking, good coaching, and proper nourishment. Through these seven Bible studies, one a day for a week, you will get to know God in a fresh new way! You'll also begin to see how He is working in your life. It's the beginning of an exciting new challenge! This book is intended to serve as a spiritual check-up for Christians and although the theme of this little study book involves talk of athletics and running, it can help any person find their way to the truth that can sustain them through difficult and trying times associated with living. There's a distinct advantage to the person who trains themselves spiritually; because the athlete who is spiritually fit will be a better performer in the contest. The faith and determination that help Christian athletes finish the race is the same faith that helps them through personal challenges. In life and in death, the spiritually fit Christian finds that only faith can help them experience total victory. You can make your life count for God and the principles in which you believe by reading this book and becoming spiritually fit!
Paul stopped in a little open space, and looked around all the circle of the forest. Everywhere it was the same-just the curving wall of red and brown, and beyond, the blue sky, flecked with tiny clouds of white. The wilderness was full of beauty, charged with the glory of peace and silence, and there was naught to indicate that man had ever come. The leaves rippled a little in the gentle west wind, and the crisping grass bowed before it; but Paul saw no living being, save himself, in the vast, empty world.
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