Christ Church, Fort Lauderdale
Thursday, August 17, 2017

Ryan Hall

 
Ryan Hall, holder of the US record for the half-marathon, will speak at Christ Church on Saturday and Sunday, September 9 & 10, 2017.
 
Hall ran the fastest marathon of any US runner at the 2011 Boston Marathon and ran in two Olympic Games.  He retired in 2016 after struggling with chronic fatigue and other health issues. He holds the US record for the fastest half-marathon and is ranked the 6th best US long-distance runner of all time by Running World magazine.
 
In early 2017, Hall ran seven marathons in seven days on seven continents.
 
Hall made news in 2012 when he listed God as his coach on an entry card. "I think a lot times of people have faith, but they don't really integrate it in their day-to-day living," Ryan told CNN. "I got to the point last fall of 2010 where I wanted to put myself in the position where I was desperate to hear from God."
 
Now you can come hear Ryan Hall's story for yourself.
 

saturday | september 9, 2017 Men's Steak Dinner with Ryan Hall

 
Come meet the nation's fastest marathon runner and hear his inspiring story. Ryan Hall, two-time Olympian, will speak at a Men's Steak Dinner on Saturday, September 9, at 6pm in the Christ Church Gym.
 
CLICK HERE to buy tickets, $20, online. Buy one for yourself and one for a friend by September 6.
 
 

sunday | september 10, 2017

 
7am | Run with Ryan
Runners of all levels are invited for a morning run that will start on Christ Church Field.  We'll return to Christ Church in about 1 hour.
 
8:15am | Hear from Ryan
Runners can wrap up their time with Ryan Hall in the Christ Church Gym, with the praise band and a brief talk.
 
10am | Unified Worship
All Christ Church worshipers and guests will come together in the Fort Lauderdale Sanctuary for a worship service and a message from Ryan Hall, How to Run the Race of Life with Perseverance. 
 
 
CLICK HERE for a downloadable poster that you can print and give to friends and neighbors or place in your favorite stores and shops.