Pump! Pump! Pump! The rush of blood surging through your veins; shortness of breath; dry tongue stuck to the roof of your mouth; sweat across your brow. The rush of it all! Determination to finish without stopping. Running, jumping, hurtling so fast, you feel for the second your feet leave the ground, you might race high enough to even touch the clouds. Sometimes I wonder if there’s a purpose to our running and if it has any tie to our spiritual lives. The Runner’s Devotional, written by father and daughter runners David R. Veerman and Dana Niesluchowski, will not only encourage you to excel at the sport you live for, but also inspire you in your faith and walk with God.
As a runner myself, I would recommend this book to runners of all ages and levels; casual and avid, recreational and competitive, those wanting to obtain a goal, and those who want to grow in their relationship with the Lord. This devotional contains fifty-two weekly readings to keep runners inspired, motivated, and keep them running on the right track through life’s rugged terrain. Included are also many helpful health and fitness tips and weekly runner’s logs!
I received this devotional compliments of Tyndale House Publishers for my honest review and would rate this book a 5 out of 5 stars. For more information on this book, the writers, and where to purchase a copy, you may click and follow the links I have provided below: