God is Good

On May 14, 2015 By

Hi friends!

With only a couple of days until Ironman Texas I am excited to write about the goodness of God and His provision for both the big and the small in the build up to this last My1.25 race.  It has been a long journey with 140.6 miles left to go and I [...]

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Finding the Balance

On May 6, 2015 By

Somewhere around July, 2013, I went to San Antonio for a work trip.  Knowing my old friend, Buck, lived there, I reached out to him, looking to meet up for a meal after work.  We met at Bigz burger joint, an ideal place for anyone with kids to let them run wild in an enclosed [...]

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25:40 Presents: Celebration of Hope, Friday, May 15th, The Woodlands, Texas

Texas friends, please mark your calendars for Friday, May 15, 2015 from 6:30pm – 8:30pm for a Celebration of Hope at HopePointe Church (3333 S. Panther Creek) in The Woodlands.  It promises to be a very fun evening of line dancing, eating good food, perusing [...]

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Why 25:40?

On April 21, 2015 By

Hi y’all! I’m about a month out from Ironman Texas and putting the finishing touches on my prep for this race.  It’s hard to believe this journey of 5 races spanning 407 miles started only a year ago and in another month will be done.  It has not been without its challenges, more than [...]

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TEAM 25:40
Help become part of the solution by running for 25:40. Whether you are a novice or an elite athlete, you can elevate your experience above just a race -- you can race to give an at-risk child in rural South Africa a #FightingChance to rise above poverty, disease and violence.
THE AIDS IMPACT
The Sub-Saharan AIDS epidemic has a devastating effect on millions of families. Consider that 5.5 million adults and children live with HIV/AIDS in South Africa alone. Discover the hard facts about poverty, disease and violence, and help become a part of the solution.
CURRENT PROJECTS
25:40’s current focus is on children living in rural areas of South Africa’s Eastern Cape. We have selected this area as our place of initial focus due to its extreme poverty, lack of resources and lack of attention from the outside world.