I have run so others could go to the Holy Land.
I have run to fund mission trips.
I have run to end malaria.
But whenever I have used running as a fundraiser, I have never run alone. I carry the names of those who have donated with me. Each one travels with me for a mile. I pray for them and with them. I am inspired by their stories, struggles, and triumphs. In their presence, I am not alone.
On April 8 I will run to raise scholarship money for the children of those killed, wounded, and missing in action from wars.
I hope to run 50 miles on the year I turn 50.
I am looking for 50 people to join me.
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