Marathon Faith

Author by : John Van Pay
Language : en
Publisher by : Simon and Schuster
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Description : GOD WANTS TO FINISH WHAT HE STARTED IN YOU Surrendering your life to Jesus is the greatest decision you will ever make, but that's just the starting line. Many of us begin a journey of following Jesus without a realistic expectation of the price required to finish our spiritual race. As a result, we lose heart when the road becomes difficult. In Marathon Faith: Motivation from the Greatest Endurance Runners of the Bible, pastor and marathon runner John Van Pay offers help. Van Pay shows how the "endurance runners of the Bible" overcame obstacles on their faith journeys and how you too can finish your spiritual race through their example. By adding personal adventures, humorous mishaps, and grueling struggles from his own endurance races and life experiences, Van Pay shares in vulnerable ways how God helps when things get tough. You too can finish strong.


Marathon Of Faith

Author by : Rex E. Lee
Language : en
Publisher by : Shadow Mountain
Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Total Read : 64
Total Download : 681
File Size : 52,8 Mb
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The Marathon Of Faith Rio 2016

Author by : Vis Writer
Language : en
Publisher by : Lulu.com
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Total Read : 86
Total Download : 909
File Size : 50,5 Mb
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Description : This novel retraces Eder dos Santos unlikely path to qualifying and competing in the 2016 Rio de Janeiro's Olympic marathon event. Born and raised in a small, agricultural community in Brazil's heartland, each of the winding 26 miles (or chapters) are flashbacks of Eder's past - church, family, work, romance, marriage, birth, and death. His life and this marathon have ups and downs that will test both his character and his beliefs, as Eder confronts world-class runners from around the globe during the race through the beautiful streets and beaches of Rio. Eder's gifted, inspirational, and extraordinary wife, Gelita, is the guiding light that helps him through each the twisting turns. The magnificent marathon competition is revealed through the eyes of two broadcasting commentators who recount the drama as the race unfolds. Experts agree that man has physically progressed to being able to run a sub two hour marathon and now it is more a matter of mind over body, and, of course, favorable race day conditions.


26 Marathons

Author by : Meb Keflezighi
Language : en
Publisher by : Rodale Books
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Total Read : 14
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Description : NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER • A world-class runner and four-time Olympian shares the life lessons he’s learned from each of the twenty-six marathons he’s run in his storied career. “An athlete whose wisdom and lessons aren’t just for runners.”—The Washington Post When Meb Keflezighi—the first person in history to win both the Boston and New York City marathons as well as an Olympic marathon medal—ran his final marathon in New York City on November 5, 2017, it marked the end of an extraordinary distance-running career. Meb's last marathon was also his twenty-sixth, and each of those marathons has come with its own unique challenges, rewards, and outcomes. In 26 Marathons, Meb takes readers on those legendary races, along every hill, bend, and unexpected turn of events that made each marathon an exceptional learning experience, and a fascinating story. 26 Marathons offers the wisdom Meb has gleaned about life, family, identity, and faith in addition to tips about running, training, and nutrition. He shows runners of all levels how to apply the lessons he's learned to their own running and lives. Equal parts inspiration and practical advice, 26 Marathons provides an inside look at the life and success of one of the greatest runners living today. Praise for 26 Marathons “26 Marathons is a swift read, guaranteed to be popular with student athletes plus hard-core and recreational runners, who will undoubtedly agree that Meb is an American treasure and running ambassador who never fails to inspire.”—Booklist (starred review) “26 Marathons gives great insight about the ups and downs in marathon running and how to cope with them. As Meb shows, dealing with these marathon experiences help us become better in our lives.”—Eliud Kipchoge, Marathon World Record Holder and 2016 Olympic Gold Medalist “Meb’s 26 Marathons is like opening a treasure chest full of inspiring stories that give behind-the-scenes glimpse into the mental and physical joys and obstacles that elite-level racing can bring. His advice on training, overcoming injuries, and adversity is for everyone. It’s pure gold!”—Shalane Flanagan, 2017 TCS NYC Marathon Champion


Half Marathon

Author by : Jeff Galloway
Language : en
Publisher by : Meyer & Meyer Verlag
Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Total Read : 20
Total Download : 157
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Description : This book offers a step-by-step program that starts with setting up your training each week. -- p.[4] of cover.


Firm In Faith

Author by : Kira Maloof
Language : en
Publisher by : Xulon Press
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Total Read : 77
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Description : Welcome to the Firm in Faith journey. Allow this Bible study to be your trail map as you navigate through the next six weeks, arriving at a place of greater spiritual strength. You will begin by examining what you are taking with you on the journey and discovering whether it is well-fitted for you as a child of God. Then the real work begins as your feet hit the trail. Your itinerary will include such important stops as the Holy Spirit-conquered mind, the surrendered will, and the subjected body that is purposed for the Lord's glory. The trail will crest with such topics as joy, influence, and outreach. I am so glad you are here. Put on your hiking boots. The Firm in Faith life awaits!God has given Kira Maloof a story to tell. It is a story of God's faithfulness and goodness as He carried her through a background of abuse, depression, and addiction and now she is Firm in Faith. Her deep desire is to have all women live in the joy, freedom, and abundant life God offers. Allow her story to minister to you and be an encouragement as you pursue the Firm in Faith life.


Life Is A Marathon

Author by : D. Chongo Mundende
Language : en
Publisher by : Xlibris Corporation
Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Total Read : 52
Total Download : 280
File Size : 50,8 Mb
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Description : Life Is a Marathon Running promotes healthy living. Running marathons is a worldwide phenomenon. More and more people are training for and completing the ultimate running distance, 26.2 miles or 42 kilometers in a day, while they are still standing, alive, coherent, and in need of no medical attention. Running marathons requires careful preparation, planning, and execution. The runner needs a lot of patience and internal mental fortitude to do well. Many principles of running apply to those of living a committed Christian life. In living a Christian life, you need the assurance that Jesus loves you. Christ living in you transforms your life. Living a Christian life requires patience, endurance, and discipline. Both Christians and runners experience highs and lows, as well as expected and unexpected turns of events. Sometimes the road is lonely and wearying, but it ultimately ends in inexpressible joy to those who find themselves at the finish line to receive their reward. However, while running may yield temporal and perishable rewards, living a Christian life brings eternal and everlasting rewards. Life Is a Marathon contains information that may transform your life.


Running On Faith

Author by : Rick E. Meyer
Language : en
Publisher by : Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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Total Read : 30
Total Download : 504
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Description : This book weaves the life story of the author with his faith, his childhood on a Kansas farm, and growing in faith while training for cross country and marathons.


Marathon Swimming The Sport Of The Soul

Author by : Paul Andrew Asmuth
Language : en
Publisher by : Elm Hill
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Total Read : 72
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Description : When the plans and dreams of a young swimmer are shattered by the United States’ boycott of the 1980 Olympic Games in Moscow, God opens the door of new opportunities. For Paul Asmuth, then 22, it is the end of an unfulfilled dream, and the beginning of another journey, this one remarkable and life-changing. Plunging into the astounding, grueling, hypnotic, and often oddly beautiful world of international marathon swimming competitions, Asmuth experiences both triumph and tragedy, and, in a process as long and punishing as the marathon swims themselves, slowly discovers the best of himself. If you care for resumes, Asmuth is one of the most successful marathon swimmers in history. In the sapphire seas off Italy, in the frigid lakes of Quebec, Canada, in the marshy back bays of New Jersey, in the questionable waters ringing Manhattan, swimming distances from twenty to forty miles, Asmuth emerged victorious, often to thunderous acclaim. After multiple victories at the twenty-six-mile swim across Quebec’s Lac Memphremagog, up to 20,000 spectators would cheer and call him “le roi” (the king) of their lake. But true victory is not a matter of accolades or medals, and the stories that make a real difference unfold behind the headlines. Overcoming self-doubt, nausea, hypothermia, cruel tides and dark, watery shadows both real and imagined, Asmuth calls upon passion, iron-clad resolve, and steadfast faith to emerge a changed man, attaining success in its truest and most honest form. This success does not end when Asmuth retires from competing. Coming full circle, when he hangs up his swim suit, Paul takes the knowledge, lessons and examples he learned from his own experiences and some of the world’s greatest coaches, and turns to helping others with their swimming dreams. His prayers to give back are answered by coaching opportunities at multiple World Championships and two Olympic Games, where marathon swimming is now a contested event. But this is not just the tale of a swimmer. Like any great story, Paul’s transcends sport. By listening to the voice of faith and not of fear, new dreams are born, and God’s plans are revealed.


Running With Faith

Author by : Michael Bacigalupi
Language : en
Publisher by : Xlibris Corporation
Format Available : PDF, ePub, Mobi
Total Read : 64
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Description : I have to admit I struggle with my faith, but my faith has been the reason that I have gotten this far. I seem to question my faith when things go bad and forget and not give God any credit when things are going good. So I ask hows your faith, because mine is stronger and getting stronger every day. Come read with me on some points I learned in our Sunday School Class. I write about this because when you see all that inspires me while I run or compete in marathons and triathlons than there is no way you cant see Gods work. When I am competing in any events especially long events, I catch myself talking to God. Even though I am running with thousands of people, you are still by yourself. I have to pray or talk to God or I will find myself starting to think about the long distance to much and negative thought starts creeping in my mind. This book will inspire you with touching stories of courage and faith.