Have you ever wondered what it would be like to fly like Iron Man? No? Just me? Well, in my head, I was Iron Man, soaring three feet above the water and going 25 miles per hour, with only the light hum of the prop under the efoil board. And then, BAM! Flat on my face, skipping across the water,
Campouts, Summer BBQ’s, and sunburns are in full swing! For the next two months this summer, we will continue to explore the surprising adverse effects on our health caused by comfort. And learn the enriching power of stepping into discomfort! Is it possible that much of our physical, mental, emotional, and relational health can be tied back to one’s willingness
part IAttacked by man Daylight was quickly running out as the sun slipped behind the Utah hills. Alone I searched for a place to sleep for the night down a small dirt road. A locked gate rerouted me till eventually I came upon a fork in the road. The fork to the right was more a trail than a road.
What are you pursuing? Is it security, safety, control, or is it wildness, adventure, and freedom? My heart is stirred this morning after going through a week worrying about my security and protecting what I have built. I am convicted, realizing how much attention and energy I give to control my financial stability, reputation, and what others think of me. I
Preparing for the 20-hour drive of mostly dirt road down the Baja Peninsula, ignited a place in my heart that has been somewhat dormant. It was Fear. Not like the fear of a bee or snake, but the unknown, unsafe, adventurous, anything can happen kind of fear. The thing with Baja is that there is no Triple-A, and the cops