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Ginger Runner LIVE is a weekly talk show where The Ginger Runner (Ethan Newberry) talks about all things racing, training & beer. Also, a little about running, ultrarunning, marathons, triathlons & puppies. You'll meet some of the best endurance athletes on the planet, get a chance to interact with them and maybe learn a thing or two in the process! The goal is to inspire you to get out there and train hard, race harder and party hardest!
 
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As the early church began to scatter through Judea and Samaria, God was already at work setting up his divine appointments. We’ll hear about one of these instances that occurred on a desert road as we consider how the Holy Spirit is disrupting our routines and urging us to say yes to divine appointments. Acts 8:26-39 Acts 8:26-39 / New Internationa…
 
The Early Church was growing and finding momentum until tragedy hit their community in a shocking and profound way. It altered their everyday reality and the movement of their community. What can we learn from this as we continue to navigate the realities we find ourselves in? Acts 7:54-8:4 Acts 7:54-8:4 / New International Version (NIV) The Stonin…
 
Ultrarunner and adventurer, Sally McRae, is back on GRLive to chat about her recent move to Oregon, what it's been like exploring and training in new mountains as well as leading the way inspiring a new generation of young mountain runners with her talent, strength & incredible spirit! This is going to be a great episode!…
 
When ethnic tensions arise in the early church, the community must work out a way to honor and care for all. Even in conflict, the Spirit reshapes God’s people and extends their witness to a broken world. Acts 6:1-7 Acts 6:1-7 / New International Version (NIV) The Choosing of the Seven 1 In those days when the number of disciples was increasing, th…
 
After Pentecost, the early followers of Jesus find their perspectives shifting in profound ways. At a routine encounter outside the temple gates, a powerful healing takes place, and more than one life is forever changed. How is the Spirit shifting our own routines so that healing might come? Acts 3:1-12 Acts 3:1-12 / New International Version (NIV)…
 
Jesus promised the Holy Spirit would empower us for mission in the world. And yet, the Spirit often moves to shift our focus and disrupt our perceptions. What holy work might the Spirit be stirring in our own time? Through the book of Acts, we’ll learn how holy disruptions can reshape and revive the church’s mission. Acts 1:1-8 Acts 1:1-8 / New Int…
 
We all know what it feels like to run on empty. Is it possible that God’s fullness could meet every perceived gap – in our church and in our personal lives? The church building may be empty, but God offers fullness to His people. This prayer from Ephesians shows us the way. Ephesians 3:14-21 Ephesians 3:14-21 / New International Version (NIV) A Pra…
 
Amazing ultrarunner, Dylan Bowman, is back on the show to chat about his recent run around Mount Rainier in the fastest known time. The Wonderland Trail is a 93 mile northwest classic that circumnavigates one of the regions most well-known volcanos. Dylan's time of 16:58:41 is nearly an hour and a half faster than any other human has travelled arou…
 
It’s been so long since we have met for worship at 1715 228th Ave SE…so much has changed…or has it? This week we continue our study in Ephesians as we explore one simple question: “What is the Church?” We will see that our true identity is much more profound than we normally think or imagine. Ephesians 2:19-22 Ephesians 2:19-22 (from The Message) T…
 
Senior Innovation Developer from Brooks Running, Bryan Bhark, joins us on the show today to chat about what goes into designing, building and creating some of the running industry's leading shoes. This is an awesome conversation with lots of deep dive questions into the process. Enjoy!
 
The back story of human lostness is not a pretty one. But God has done what we couldn’t do for ourselves, so our new story is a masterpiece in the making. Every chapter of “We the Church” is rooted in grace. Ephesians 2:1-10 Ephesians 2:1-10 / New International Version (NIV) Made Alive in Christ 1 As for you, you were dead in your transgressions an…
 
The amazingly talented ultrarunner, Emily Halnon, is joining us on the show today to chat about setting the new overall FKT on the 453 mile Oregon section of the Pacific Crest Trail. She ran in remembrance of her mother who passed in January to a rare form of cancer and has raised nearly $30,000 for the Brave Like Gabe foundation!…
 
It’s easy to buy into a scarcity mindset. We can fixate on what is lacking—in our own lives and in our church—rather than on what is always available to us in Christ. This prayer over the Ephesian church gives us language to change our view toward the abundance we have in Christ. Ephesians 1:15-23 Ephesaians 1:15-23 / New International Version (NIV…
 
In a time when God’s people can’t gather in person, it’s vital to remember that church is so much more than a building, pastor, or program. We are God’s design from beginning to end; our heritage and our future is glorious! Ephesians 1:3-10 Ephesaians 1:3-10 / New International Version (NIV) Praise for Spiritual Blessings in Christ 3 Praise be to t…
 
We have a fundamental choice in life. We can put our energies into looking good, what Paul calls “communicating ourselves.” Or, we can put our energy into centering ourselves in Christ, and we become secondary – yet more our true selves. 2 Corinthians 4:1-7 2 Corinthians 4:1-7 / New International Version (NIV) Present Weakness and Resurrection Life…
 
The last seven days have been amazing - runners from around the world participated in the 5th Annual Ginger Runner Global Run. With 7 unique surprise challenges and an overarching goal of accumulating 24,901 miles, this year was a HUGE success. Let's celebrate the accomplishment and announce the winners of all our challenges!…
 
Jesus carefully chose the 12 disciples — Luke tells us “he spent the night praying to God.” What a group of misfits — Jesus’ prayer life must have been questioned! But he had, it seems, very specific reasons for choosing who he did. Let’s look at two of the less well-known of these characters and see what they can teach us about the place of politi…
 
This week, Pastor Mark will be interviewed by Pastor Sharon, who will ask him about the importance of focusing on the “main thing.” She will also ask questions about his time here and hopes for the future — a future that is in the hands of Jesus Christ. Matthew 6:27-34; Hebrews 13:8 Matthew 6:27-34 / New International Version (NIV) 27 Can any one o…
 
Those who have been closest to God have said, perhaps more than those who are far from him, how infinite and hard to grasp he is. We get a clear picture of him in Jesus Christ, but the temptation is to make him smaller than he is. If he is truly the “Main Thing” in Scripture, we would expect big things to be said about him. Let’s explore, and see w…
 
Filmmaker, Austin Meyer, joins us on the show tonight to chat about his new film, Golden Hour, that documents one of the most beautiful moments in ultrarunning - the final hour of the Western States 100. This episode of Ginger Runner Live is sponsored by Sufferfest Beer Co. You can find out how to get some Sufferfest for yourself by visiting their …
 
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