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Jul
02

Spartan Race: Believing You Can

I told you in another post that I learned many things from my first Spartan Race. I have to say the most valuable thing is that I am capable of even more than I thought. Along with this, I want to say that what you are capable of has more […]


Jun
08

Refocused: Eyes on Jesus

It’s been so long since I have been able to sit down and write.  It’s the first day of June, but also my first day of summer break from teaching.  A lot has happened since I have been able to write. I have competed in my first Spartan Race, walked […]


May
04

Accept It or Reject It: Protect Your Journey

As A Former Pastor of a church I understand the need to evaluate what works and what doesn’t work in the church. If it was a program or process that wasn’t  giving the desired results after three to six months, it was evaluated, analyzed, and either tweaked, kept as is […]


Apr
27

You Pulled the Dead Man Out of Me

Rock Bottom On November of 2011, I was sitting in my apartment contemplating my broken, hurt, depressed life after, my then spouse, kicked me out of the house. I was dying in every area of my life, even physically. My obesity was spinning me out of control. I was burnt […]


Mar
30

Change your thinking

This journey is a process, it’s a marathon not a sprint. Do not expect to have everything figured out in one week or one month. Heck, it’s been 3 years for me and I realize the more I think I know, the more I don’t know. I have devoted myself […]


Mar
02

Change Your Thinking

This journey is a process. It’s a marathon, not a sprint. Do not expect to have everything figured out in one week or one month. Heck, it’s been 3 years for me and I realize the more I think I know, the more I don’t know. I have devoted myself […]


Feb
06

Tired of the Journey?

It doesn’t matter how long you have been on the journey;the truth is that at some point you will get tired of it. You will want to give up at some point because it takes work. You will feel the burden of tracking every little bite of food. You will […]


Feb
04

You Are Not Alone

I am writing this just minutes after my time on the elliptical this morning.  This means that I haven’t had my coffee yet, so bear with me.  I planned on writing this morning, so while working out I asked God to give me the words that He wanted me to […]


Nov
21

Feeling Guilty for Spending Time on Me

A New Transition After teaching for three years, I spent the past four years being a stay at home mom and taking care of my two daughters who are now 2 and 3 ½  years old. I spent every day,all day with them. I never felt guilty about running or […]


Nov
18

Fun Questions with RFM Staff: Julie Wilson

We thought it would be fun to put together some random questions to have our staff answer! What a great way to really get to know us! 1 What is one surprising thing about you? I love the smell of skunks! If we are driving and smell a skunk, I […]