authentic reflections of a life desired to live well


European Leadership Summit

European Leaders Presentation

In November I was able to spend a week with key leaders in ten countries for some strategy and encouragement.  Part of my job is to network with leaders.  Another key piece is to resource those leaders.  Over the past two years, the vision for how a denomination is connected has been evolving.  We’ve changed most communication strategies and wineskins to something new.  Part of my job...

The Finish Line

I did it.  This is me literally 1/4 of a mile from the finish line.  I’m high-fiving Micki.  Grace took this pic on Mick’s iPhone.  It’s pretty awesome.  So, Saturday I ran 13.1 miles.  I did it.  How do we celebrate? First, I want to thank Micki for being so supportive of me being gone so much running.  She never, and I mean NEVER, made me feel guilty, said anything...

Where the Race is Won

One of my friends Nathan wrote this to me Monday.  Nate was my first running partner.  The one who really helped me believe I could do this.  I remember we were running last summer and I went 6 miles.  I ran for over one hour.  It was a great day and great moment.  With Nathan, I just feel at ease.  Great conversation.  Good time together.  Nate has a jedi-mind trick type of effect on me...

9 Miles

9 Miles Originally uploaded by Jason Archer This Sunday I ran 9.06 miles. Another milestone. Incredible. It was the hardest run I’ve ever done. Not because of the miles. But because of it just being hard. It’s interesting, last week I ran 8.5 miles on the same trail. For some reason, I felt pretty good and thought I could have run even further. This run was really difficult. It was...

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