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Narrative stories exploring focused topics with women marathon and ultramarathon runners from around the world. Each episode features one woman’s story; each series focuses on different topics. Host, narrator, and runner Cherie Louise Turner takes you into this deeply rewarding and forever challenging endurance sport. The aim: to discover why and how women run these distances and get insight into what running brings to our everyday lives. Along the way, also learn more about the topic at hand.
 
Relief can change your circumstances, but a revelation can change your life! Each week Sean and Christa share authentic insights, spiritual truths and real life stories that will equip you to deepen your connection with God. If you want to awaken a passion, tap into fresh inspiration or grow in clarity this is the podcast for you!
 
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This episode is part of our Roads to Boston 2021 series, where we are following the journeys of 9 women from around the world to the 125th Boston Marathon, which takes places October 11, 2021. The last Boston Marathon took place April 2019. And finally, this legendary event is back, in person. For every participant who gets an entry to Boston, it's…
 
Life is not meant to be mundane, ordinary and uneventful...There's a demand for that Divine catalyst that sparks and fuels you toward your supernatural destiny, a redefining! We all have had redefining turning points in our lives. Of course some can be negative and brought on by our own bad choices and the actions of others . But those pale in comp…
 
This episode is part of our Roads to Boston 2021 series, where we are following the journeys of 9 women from around the world to the 125th Boston Marathon, which takes places October 11, 2021. The last Boston Marathon took place April 2019. And finally, this legendary event is back, in person. For every participant who gets an entry to Boston, it's…
 
Spiritual warfare is vitally important in a world of spiritual intrigue and ignorance. With the increase of New Age thinking, Atheism, Wiccan and a growing interest in the Occult worldwide, the need for Christians to understand what spiritual warfare has never been greater. The vast majority of modern believers are peacetime Christians and are cons…
 
This episode is part of our Roads to Boston 2021 series, where we are following the journeys of 9 women from around the world to the 125th Boston Marathon, which takes places October 11, 2021. The last Boston Marathon took place April 2019. And finally, this legendary event is back, in person. For every participant who gets an entry to Boston, it's…
 
We live in a culture that is intrigued with the idea of supernatural activity. Meanwhile most of what many know about the spiritual and the supernatural they’ve learned from TV and the big screen. Hollywood’s interest in angels, demons, and the afterlife has dramatized spiritual warfare so much that it’s hard to know what’s real and what’s not. Not…
 
For this series, we're following the running stories of 9 women runners, from around the world, who are all preparing for the historic 125th Boston Marathon this fall. The last Boston Marathon took place April 2019. And finally, this legendary event is back, in person. For every participant who gets an entry to Boston, it's a victory all its own: y…
 
“Across our modern culture there's an insatiable interest that has been growing in spirituality, transcendental meditation, Eastern centering. This rise in do-it-yourself spirituality and the crystal craze, is part of a larger barometer of a culture in search of a deeper connection…the substitutes for prayer creates an even worse problem. Sometimes…
 
The last Boston Marathon took place April 2019. And finally, this legendary event is back, in person. For every participant who gets an entry to Boston, it's a victory all its own: you can't just sign up for Boston, you have to earn your way in. This year, getting an entry was harder than ever. Pandemic concerns saw the field limit cut by a third. …
 
It’s humanly impossible to just keep going without ever stopping to rest. Even machines need downtime for repairs and maintenance. The human body is no different, with the exception that we keep the machine running at the expense of physical, emotional and spiritual needs. You need quiet time, that uninterrupted silence that is so elusive and prize…
 
Megan started linking thinness with performance at a young age. Body commentary, prevalent ideals of what a winning distance runner should look, and the desire to be competitive led Megan down the path toward RED-s: she was amenorrhoeic (had stopped menstruating) by the time she was graduating high school. Her journey demonstrates the numerous chal…
 
Today’s headlines are rife with tension and conflict. ..DEMONSTRATING THAT Conflict can ignite from the smallest word or action and can spark TOXIC responses and behaviors. Unresolved or poorly navigated conflict can damage and even destroy relationships. -However, Conflict does not have to be destructive. Handled effectively, conflict can actually…
 
A pandemic rolled in and showed us the best and worst of humanity. The conditions caused by this phenomenon allowed us to see the anxieties, injustice, misplaced priorities and discord. It also revealed the need to change and adapt more quickly than most thought possible, and reminded us what is really important. Human connection and it’s nemesis –…
 
Since this episode ran in early 2020, Dagmara was named to the Tokyo Olympic Team, so you can learn about her here and then cheer for her at the Games. From Hear Her Sports: Sabre fencer Dagmara Wozniak is a two time Olympian – London in 2012 and Rio in 2016, where she won a team bronze medal. After recent ankle surgery she is now actively training…
 
Socrates ONCE SAID, “The shortest and surest way to live with honor in the world is to be in reality what we would appear to be; all human virtues increase and strengthen themselves by the practice and experience of THEM! - IT’S TRUE that integrity is doing the right thing even when no one is looking. TRUTH BE TOLD someone IS ALWAYS looking. ..THE …
 
Beatie Deutsch had always been athletic. But after getting married and having four children in quick succession during her 20s, she realized she’d left that athletic part of herself behind to care for her growing family. In 2015, Beatie decided to make a change and sign up for a marathon. Now, in 2021, Beatie Deutsch is a professional runner, a two…
 
"WE LIVE IN A CULTURE WHERE DEMEANING AND DEBASING ARE VIRTUES INSTEAD OF VICES…THE LANDSCAPE OF MODERN CULTURE IS LITTERED WITH VICTIMS OF DISHONOR…YET IT’S CLEAR THAT HATING AND DEFAMING IS NOT THE CULTURE OF THE KINGDOM , BUT THE CULTURE THAT THAT CAUSES JESUS TO BOUNCE...MEANWHILE, WE HAVE A MANDATE FROM HEAVEN TO HONOR. Making room for PEOPLE …
 
Our culture today, like many before it, professes to love freedom, but freedom has been in short supply for most of history, and with good reason – It's profession and practice are two different things. For the most part, the cry for liberation and freedom in the modern era has been been hijacked by substitutes. Because fallen human beings , outsid…
 
RED-s is the syndrome that used to be called the female athlete triad. It's very common among women long-distance runners, and it can be a tricky syndrome to diagnose: Ann's story gets into many of the reasons why. But knowledge is power, and I am so thankful to Ann for sharing her knowledge and experience. Ways to follow Ann and Strides Forward On…
 
"A quick survey of MODERN CULTURE, popular films and TRENDING PRACTICES evidences the truth of satanic influences of OUR CURRENT social & SPIRITUAL Reality, Spiritual realities, whether or not people are aware of them, SURROUND US Constantly ...However, all too often, many seem to not have eyes to see and ears to hear . The body of Christian FAITH …
 
Dawn Harper Nelson is an Olympic gold (2008) and silver (2012) medalist in the 100-meter hurdles. In this powerful and important interview, Dawn goes deep about her experiences as a Black woman athlete who also became the first American in her discipline to win a gold medal at one Olympics and then medal at the following Games. Dawn will be making …
 
Recently conviction and reverence has gotten a bad rap. Many have swung the pendulum and over-corrected to extreme legalism and boundary strict Christianity that has wounded some. But in overreacting to legalism, I wonder if we have left the highway of holiness and lost the all-important spiritually vital component of Awe and reverence. In a world …
 
As Barbara Hannah Grufferman approached her 50th birthday, she was feeling, as she describes it, the “umpies”: lumpy, grumpy, and frumpy. Her health wasn’t great: she’d spent her adult life putting the needs of everyone else ahead of herself: work, family, community. And now those choices were catching up to her. And, she’d just gone through menopa…
 
Xenophobia is defined as the fear of strangers and is a term that is applied to any fear of someone who is different from us. Hostility towards outsiders is often a reaction to this fear. Asian Americans across the United States are reporting a significant increase in hate crimes, and harassment. More than a year after these attacks began, the pand…
 
Sally Kipyego was born in Kenya and started running at a young age. She discovered early on that she had talent and a will be seek the ultimate limits of her potential. She had early success as a junior, and when she came to the United States and ran as a member of the Texas Tech cross-country and track team, she dominated by winning total of 9 NCA…
 
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