I believe writing a blog is a journey. A journey that leads down many paths. A journey that takes many turns. For me, when I started Runtrackmind it was about eating clean as fuel for running. As the months passed it became less about eating and most certainly more about running. Recently I realized I wanted to combine my two passions, my faith and running, into one ministry. It is a journey that I’ve wanted to take for some time, but fear held me back.
Runtrackmind will continue to be all things running and natural health but now included is a message of hope and the good news. To me “running for eternity” has two meanings, one physical and one spiritual.
Physically, I want this blog to be a source of my journey as a runner who’s goal is to remain healthy enough to run for as many days as I am blessed to have here on earth. I want to continue to share with you my natural health and alternative care approach to staying healthy or correcting injuries that may pop up from from time to time.
Spiritually, I believe Runtrackmind also stands for my belief in there being a choice to be made of where we want to spend eternity. I understand that this is a personal choice each individual must make of their own free will. I by no means judge others who choose to reject biblical truths but I feel that by sharing my love of Christ with others it may introduce Him to someone who may otherwise never know Him.
Overall, the blog will stay focused on of course my running, training, races and all the joy that running holds. There will be some new features introduced along the way that again will serve both my passions. Dreams or desires can come in all different shapes or sizes. Often we hold onto our dreams so tightly, not willing to share them because we are afraid others will not be as accepting or loving to our dream as we ourselves are to them. But by not taking the chance, by not sharing our dreams, by not doing anything we essentially have already declared that our dream is not worthy. Well, I believe it is time to stop hiding and start combining my faith with my running.running by faith, Bekah
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