I finished 2019’s running year on a bit of a high that shared twinges of what could have been. I was proud of the work put in, but honestly felt that was much left on the table…so when 2020 came around, going into my third year of trail running, I…


As we prepare our house form the coming Christmas season, we would also prepare our hearts for the returning Christ. You came once for your people, O Lord, and you will come for us again.

Douglas McKelvey — Every Moment Holy

Oh my God and King.

You sent your One…


I can honestly say that it took me three years — almost to the day this month — to actually consider myself a runner. That may sound strange to some people reading this, but having not grown up enjoying any form of running that didn’t include chasing a ball or…


Terrifying or comforting.

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There is no in between when it comes to thinking about God — His presence, His magnificence, His splendor and wonder in the heavens; and at the exact same moment — the one where we think of Him as He is, not how we want Him to…


An afternoon. That’s what i was thinking, but didn’t know that we really had time to just waste an afternoon together. As he’s gotten older and now in Kindergarten our time one-on-one has dwindled. …


Having grown up believing that I was like many “decent” people in the South, I learned that your goodness as a Christian was based on how your life stacked up against another’s. No one ever said this of course, because even in saying that out loud the most decent of…


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This phrase, “It’s never too late to _____,” seems to be everywhere. In these days of shutdown, it seems that everyone is starting this or that. A new hobby here, a new commitment to eat well, exercise, to start the project, or finish one. …


This morning as I sat in the Word, the idea of the Kingdom of God repeatedly came to my mind and sat deep in my spirit. So I began asking the question, “What are you trying to say, Father?”

Good Friday looks much different for us who remember Jesus’ final…


For the bulk of us in America right now who have been warned, or suggested, or for us in Alabama just yesterday, now ordered, to stay at home unless you need to leave your house for work or essentials, life feels strangely odd. …


Life over the past two weeks in America is hard to categorize. There are days when my children are happy and enjoying the time at home and then there have been other times when they are at each other and I pray that God would bring us back to our…

Lee Cadden

son, husband, papa, pastor and a solid mid-pack runner living, loving, and serving in the loveliest village of Auburn, Alabama

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