Category Archives: evangelical Christianity

Making waves at the pool

This summer unlike many summers before, I purchased a pool pass to get in some swim practice. Last year I faked it through the only Sprint Triathlon I did, which required only a 400-meter swim before letting you emerge to … Continue reading

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The enduring values of women and the sickness in some men

I have no exciting race or training news to share because this weekend I was sick.¬†I’ve been sick before. And I’ll be sick again. This time was diarrhea, nausea and sweat-soaked chills. But rather than complain¬†about it, I visited briefly … Continue reading

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It’s a giant game of chicken on the roads

So you see it really is the product of a mindset of dominance and violence of one “tribe” of people toward another. Granted there are elements of prick cyclists making it worse for everyone. Yet the mere fact of existing as an entity on the roads is motivation for the haters to move forward with an agenda of aggression toward cyclists. These actions are protected by laws governing free speech, but at some point the hate does convene into action. And who is then responsible? Continue reading

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