Feeling Convicted w/ David Vaughan

by Andrew Ware

David Vaughan is a pastor in Stuart’s Draft, Va where he serves Calvary United Methodist Church and enjoys long runs. David’s engagement in an active lifestyle is rooted in his conviction of faith, and he offers for us this week the nature of why we are active. As we have explored previously the why is what helps to keep us going, and looking at David’s journey hopefully will offer another perspective of unpacking our own why.

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Show Socials:
Facebook: @activefaithpod
Instagram: @activefaithpod

David’s Socials:
Facebook: @VAGentleman

Andrew’s Socials:
Instagram: @RunninRev89
Facebook: /andrewware12

Background Music from Yevhen Lokhmatov, ‘Race For Glory’ www.melodyloops.com/tracks/race-for-glory/Grantedpermission to use this Music by Melody Loops and its licensees, including Andrew Ware.

Andrew Ware

Andrew is a pastor in the United Methodist Church serving Beech Grove UMC in Suffolk, Va. He is a husband to the most amazing wife and father to two amazing kids. I love to run and get active and I am a big advocate for self-care in whatever form helps you to care for yourself.


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