Join us for Episode 8 of our new Eat Pray Run podcast. Today Dorina and Shawn interview author and runner Rachel Pieh Jones, who lives in Djibouti in Africa.
They chat about:
-how God created our bodies for activity
-her experience and challenges as a woman runner in the horn of Africa
-how to hunt for God’s glory through the beauty of creation and people around us
-the power of breath prayers
Each episode of Eat Pray Run includes a meaningful quote, an engaging conversation, and a little prayer. Welcome to our table!
As mentioned in this episode, get more details about my devotional, Walk Run Soar, here.
Rachel Pieh Jones writes about life at the crossroads of faith and culture for the New York Times, Christianity Today, Runners World, and more. Her work is influenced by living in the Horn of Africa, raising Third Culture Kids, and adventurous exploration of the natural world. She has lived in Somalia and Djibouti since moving to Africa in 2003. Currently, she and her husband run The International School of Djibouti. Rachel is the author of Pillars: How Muslim Friends Led Me Closer to Jesus and Stronger than Death: How Annalena Tonelli Defied Terror and Tuberculosis in the Horn of Africa. Visit her at www.rachelpiehjones.com. Stay in touch with Rachel through Do Good Better, a Substack newsletter www.rachelpiehjones.substack.com.
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