As my husband, Craig, and I sit in Hobby Airport in Houston Texas, waiting for our flight to go home, the impact of our weekend is coming into focus. From the spectacular Friday night event hosted by Jack and Melanie Lewis at Hope Pointe Church, to witnessing the dedication and perseverance of Buck as we [...]Continue Reading →
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 [...]Continue Reading →
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 [...]Continue Reading →
Get your 40th Annual Marine Corps Marathon Bib Today through Team 25:40!
Didn’t get a Marine Corps Marathon bib during the lottery? Do you want to run the “People’s Marathon”? You can sign up for a charity bib through 25:40 and run for a reason!
Team 25:40 runs for children in southern Africa who have [...]Continue Reading →
On Sunday, October 25, 2015, runners will converge in Arlington, Virginia, just outside of Washington, DC, to run 26.2 miles in the 40th Annual Marine Corps Marathon, the People’s Marathon. Members of Team 25:40 will be present and will run through Arlington, Virginia and Washington, DC to honor the orphaned and vulnerable children of rural South Africa. Team 25:40 [...]Continue Reading →
The following is an excerpt from a message from dedicated 25:40 volunteer, Joyce Taylor, about her visit to Canzibe in early Winter.
“At the Mission, the news is still good with preschool children learning and with a format that they understand. I think that these children are 4-5 years. In English they are learning [...]Continue Reading →