My wife Jean and I were invited to take part in the 100 Miles for Hope challenge by Pastor Paul Kim, the emeritus pastor of Antioch Baptist Church and the national chaplain of the Korean War Veteran's Association. We're so grateful to be able to take part in this, to honor and remember the sacrifice and service of American veterans. For the last two months, I've run 2-3 times a week to rack up these hundred miles. Pastor Paul encouraged me to finish my 100 miles at MIT, my alma mater. It's especially meaningful because it's at MIT as a graduate student 9 years ago where I met Jesus, through a Good Friday service led by his wife, Harvard Chaplain Rebekah Kim. From that starting line it's been a long journey, but God has been faithful every step of the way and given me a spiritual family to run with at Antioch Baptist Church. So grateful to be able to do this 100 miles with Pastor Paul and looking forward to many more years of running the race for the Lord!