Run for a Cause

Run for a Cause

There is a great deal of joy in participating in a good cause.  One of the best parts of being a healthier person is making the most out of the body God has given you.

On April 20th, I had the opportunity to be involved with the AIM Walk & 5K in Bentonville, Arkansas.  It was a great event and I even PR’ed the 5K with a time of 23:45.6.  I finally broke the 25 minute mark.  That made the day extra special.

SuperDan finishing up a new personal record.
All of the 5K finishers walked away with a very special medal.

SuperDan & a very special young man… Avery

This past weekend, I had the privilege of running with my family as we celebrated another year with my mother.  She fought and beat breast cancer in 2010.  At this year’s NWA Race for a Cure, she completed her 3rd 5K and hit a new personal record of 41:20.  My 63-year-old mother is an inspiration to us all.  She is an example that it is never too late to start running.

Whether you are running for Autism or for a Cure for Breast Cancer, it is important to make your life one of purpose.  I for one want to make my life count.  Running is just one of many ways to make that happen.
Dan Carson

Dan is a motivated life coach with a passion for pastors.

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