Sunday, June 21, 2015

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  • M.A. Christian Leadership, Dallas Theological Seminary  
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July 13, 2015: How are you Constructed? (Available until Midnight on 7/20/15)
July 20, 2015: "Achieving Dreams, Overcoming Hills"
July 27, 2015: Visualize
August 2, 2015: Are you putting yourself in position to win?
August 10, 2015: Taking Control of Muscles and Lactic Acid
August 17, 2015: Self Talk - Part 2 Should you use words such as, "not"?
September 1, 2015: Attitude of Gratitude
September 1, 2015: What's Right...?

Receiving awards following a recent Half Marathon from an inductee of College Football's Hall of Fame, Bill Snyder, who serves as the Head Football Coach of the Kansas State Wildcats.

Seeing the sights in Boston the day after the 2015 Marathon.


Listen to Congo's Ideologies - 2008 Toastmasters District International Winning Speech

"Thanks Rick. Great seeing you this last weekend and really enjoyed it! I sure wish I had a video of your opening speech!"

Brent Seifert
Rolls Royce
Indianapolis, IN
Re: “GOAL Achieving” presentation in Chicago

“Rick’s energy is electrifying…he can capture and engage an audience with such ease. Most people know that sports are very physical, but Rick explains the mental science inside sports that creates winners that is unseen to spectators.”
Mendi Alexander
Hays, KS

"I wanted to let you know that I really enjoyed your speech last week. You did an excellent job of comparing running a race to how we live our lives. The lessons in it were very good. So good in fact, that I would enjoy hearing it again. If you ever video tape, put it in writing or prepare a handout for it I would like a copy."
Lonni Smith
Nebraska Public Power District

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Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Always share the Gospel

“Rick Meyer challenged each us to be bold in our witness.  He provided a great example of being bold in our witness—pray that we will be bold”

The referenced example that I shared with the Sunday School class involved my following a prompting to speaking gently with love about Jesus Christ during a public seminar on Microsoft Excel in Oxnard, CA three weeks ago. 

Upon hearing the name of Jesus, one man's eyes raged with flames of anger.

I trust and pray that the Holy Spirit continues to reveal the eternal relationship, including salvation through the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ, to this attendee (John 3:16-21, 18-19, 20-21).

The eyes of others in the room radiantly beamed with love and the refreshing gentleness of soft rain.

Some may suggest that one should not speak of Jesus Christ during a public seminar. Yet, obedience to Christ and the indwelling Holy Spirit trumps everything.

God--The Father, the Lord Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit--made EVERYTHING that is, has been or will be (Jn 1:1, 2, 3). This includes MS Excel. :)

In response to a Sunday School class email containing prayer requests, including the one above, I wrote the following:

Permit me to add a four or five more examples. Stories are necessary.

I have a tape, yes a cassette tape, in my car of a speech given by Dr. Ken McFarland at a convention in 1984. Dr. McFarland shared numerous stories to support, “We have a become a nation of slogans rather than thought.”

This is even more true in this modern age of social media and everyone wanting to create their own slick one-liners due to failure to live what we know is right. Linked-In and Twitter posts consist of  virtually all impersonal, non-relational one-liners.

1.      At a get-together following my high school graduation, I visited briefly with an underclassman whom I had never met. I felt an urge, prompting or hunch to share the gospel of Jesus Christ with him. I was extremely quiet in those days.

      I reasoned that this wasn’t the proper time to share the gospel. I do not know his spiritual beliefs.

       About 30-minutes later he and a classmate died in a one vehicle accident. I can’t control whether he is or was not a Christian, however I can respond to the urgency that God displayed to me about sharing the gospel whenever, wherever and however God places it on my heart.

2.      May 2007 at the Billy Graham School of Evangelism in Asheville, NC: I visited with a gentleman who recently moved from a poorPOOR rural African nation to America. He said that in his poorPOOR African home they view the financially affluent in American cities as a Missions Field.

3.      October 2008: I moved to a new town for a new job. I frequently saw a neighbor, “Bob”, in front of his home across the my lawn. I waved, said “Hi” as I drove to work, run and run errands. Each time that I saw him, I thought, “One of these days I need to stop and visit with him”. “Not now, rather when I have more time.” This continued for eight or nine months.

      I was gone over Fourth of July weekend. I did not see Bob the following week. I then learned that he committed suicide Fourth of July weekend due to loneliness.

4.      April 2015--A message from a seminar attendee:
       “I realized why I needed to drive an hour each way for yours (workshop). I needed to hear what YOU had to say. Actually, I needed to hear what HE had to say through you!
       You reminded me that we literally are vessels of light for Christ, and that there is nothing more important than submitting ourselves to His will. Thank you so much for shining his light in your lessons.”

5.    April 2015--A message from another Running on Faith Ministry Inc. supporter:  
        “As I drove, I realized that you are really working for God. I know we all do but He has put you in a special position. I don't know if you realize it or not but you radiate.  

      Now I know what it is, you are radiating God's love.
       I am so grateful that God has put you in a position to help so many young people as well as some older ones that have not yet experienced the love of Jesus, God's principles for a beautiful, fulfilling life and the plan that He has for us because of His deep, enduring  love for us.”


To be clear, we can not make any one believe or not believe, rather it is the power of the Holy Spirit and the person's response to the Spirit. However, God does call us to obediently serve as bond-servants of Christ. I have failed to do so as illustrated in examples #1 and #3 and MANY other times, too numerous to count.


Perhaps you are like me and have blown a plethora of opportunities to serve God, ignoring His promptings due to feeling inadequate or too busy. Fortunately, God is good and gracious, continually calling us and offering new opportunities for us to correctly respond. This gives me hope, Christ is the source of all Hope (1Ti 1:1, 1 Peter 1:3)!

As I recognize and reflect on abundant past mistakes, many that did not seem like mistakes at the time, I cannot imagine how many mistakes that I am currently making in failing to respond to appropriately serving God. How great is His Love, Grace and Mercy for each of us who turn to Him through the Lord Jesus Christ!

Receiving His inner-peace and joy that surpasses all human understanding serves as an effective indicator of walking with Him as an obedient servant (Ro 15:13; Phil 4:7). Additionally, walking in the Spirit (Gal 5:16) yields the fruit of the Spirit in our lives (Gal 5:22, 23).


Is it possible that you may encounter fellow sinners in your daily and professional life--believers and unbelievers--that need to hear the Love and Grace offered from and through Jesus Christ (Ro 3:23, 3:21,22)?

Who will God place in your path today?
They may wear a fancy suit or dress, expensive cologne or perfume, drive a luxury automobile and live in an exclusive neighborhood; yet they--like all of us--still need to hear and receive the gospel of Jesus Christ.


In Christ’s love,

Rick E. Meyer

Running on Faith Ministry Inc.



“My only reputation is with the Holy Spirit!” ~ Charles M. Gibbs