On Thursdays, we eat Haitian rice and beans. We pray for our friends in Haiti and around the world. We started this tradition in January before we knew the coronavirus even existed. Long before people were stocking their pantries for home quarantine. We wanted to eat this simple meal in solidarity with people who survive […]
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I’m Dorina – mama to 3 strong girls, widow, author, runner, foodie, wife to Shawn, lover of sunrises & sunsets.
When my first husband Ericlee died in 2014 from cancer, I didn’t think I could run again. I felt paralyzed without my partner. I was desperate to find a way forward on the path of grief. What I discovered is that it’s possible to navigate life’s greatest challenges by chasing God’s glory. He is the one who helps us walk, run, and soar.
Friend, are you staring down tough times? Does the path before you look like a steep uphill or an awfully windy road? I would love to run by your side. Let me show you how to be a glory chaser.learn more
I’ve always been a storyteller. I started out telling stories as a writer, but through the years speaking to groups has also become a “sweet spot” for me. I love sharing a message of hope for a diversity of groups through spoken word, keynote addresses, podcast interviews, school assemblies, and Bible teaching. If you need a speaker for your group, let’s chat!learn more
This summer we are featuring a series of stories here on the blog about the intersection of faith and running. Through the years, running has been my lifeline, the place I connect with God, and my therapy. Over the last five years, I’ve written several essays about how running has helped me grieve the death […]
Are you a runner or walker? Running on a trail through the mountains or along the ocean is definitely my happy place. My husband Shawn and I are running coaches, and we would love to connect with you. Come learn more about the running groups we started and the new book we wrote together about running!runner resources