For now a quick update…think of this as the speed-dating version of blogging with 12 things in 12 minutes to cover the last 12 weeks (!!! I owe a huge THANK YOU to everyone who supported the November Project Fundraiser.With your help I was able to surpass my goal of 5,000 push-ups and now have over 9,000 push-ups in my future along with a funded ski season.We hope that through these leader hosted table conversations you will be encouraged to seek to live out justice in your own community contexts.The format of the night is that we will gather at the Lucky Lab to eat by pm, during that time we will hear a brief introduction from the hosts.Check out their site for my most recent blog posts and weekly musings on everything from racing and training to the real life challenges of peeing in a onesie ski suit.I will no longer be posting here as often but will be posting regularly to the new blog, Life on the Tracks over at
From The Balance Sheet, a Denver Post publication: Much of Denver’s attention is focused on landing international routes.
As Dietrich Bonhoeffer coined "cheap grace" in The Cost of Discipleship, we confront and challenge the fad of "cheap justice" by living into God's kingdom in ways that take a stand against injustice in our communities and seek to live out Jesus mission of love for the world.
We have gathered a group of people who are a voice for justice in their communities and beyond.
After two back to back weekends racing in Montana, I traveled to Silver Star Canada for combined Super Tour/Nor Am races and suffered through a painful 10km for one of my best ever skate races. About this time last year I was lying face down on the shag carpet of the upstairs hallway in our West Yellowstone rental having been knocked out by an aggressive fever-inducing head cold.
Andy joined me the next weekend for a Canadian 3-race mini-tour in Rossland, B. Below me I could hear the chatter of my teammates and family preparing a Thanksgiving Feast/birthday dinner to celebrate the holiday and my 26th year of life.