Running the race for World Vision (2013)

Crosstown's Marathon Team

"The Crosstown team raised at least $30,000, more than double any other team running for the international charity, said Pastor John Jacobi. Thirteen of the 15 congregation members finished the race, even though many of them had never done any distance running, and only four had run a marathon, which is 26.2 miles."

Check out this great article about our World Vision Marathon Team.  
Way to run the race set before you!
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