The Northview Blog

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How to finish your first half marathon

Posted by on May 4, 2015

BY ANGELA BRENNEMAN

I ran my first half marathon in October 2014. During the training, I overcame many challenges (like cramps and shin splints) that ultimately led me to become a runner. This is because I took the time to get my running shoes properly fitted, to learn how to run through pain and to talk with people to find out how to run a lot of miles each week. Since then, I have run three more half marathons (including the OneAmerica 500 Festival Mini-Marathon this past weekend) and have many more to go.

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A creative journey

Posted by on Apr 30, 2015

BY ALEC TOD

Lauren Wright with her husband, Joel, and sons: Micah, Asher and Sawyer.

Lauren Wright with her husband, Joel, and sons, Micah, Sawyer and Asher

Creativity is a gift that all of us have been given. Creativity has been intertwined in the DNA of not only who we are, but who God is. From the birds in the sky to the fish of the sea, God’s creation is a testament to his creativity. Northview Church is not shy about this either, as creativity is also at the DNA of who we are as a church, congregation and even the workplace. One of the key leaders of this creative vision, Communications Director Lauren Wright, is celebrating five years leading the communications department.

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Sufficient grace

Posted by on Apr 28, 2015

BY GARRETT EDWARDS

Did you know that it took Einstein two full years to find his first teaching job after he graduated from university, he was not accepted into the Swiss military for medical reasons, and he never had a driver’s license? Also, did you know that Walt Disney dropped out of high school to join the military, was not accepted, and started to draw cartoons because he was out of work?

grace

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