14 PAX braved the cold and snow to show up to get after it!
@Pancreas, @Foosball, @Joey Freshwater, @2Buck, @Fertile Myrtle, @Dipstick, @third wheel, @Dizzy Gillespie @Ginsu, @Bogo, @Peewee, @Lone Star, @Pre-K
Dora showed up too.
I think that's it
Mosey towards the school to the entrance of the baseball park. There we did 46 SSH, and headed back to the painground.
There the PAX partnered up for a Dora of the following exercises, while swapping back forth running back to the ball field for 46 SSH.
150 2 count American Hammers
Everyone seemed to finish up right as time ran out!
CSAUPs! We have the Cannonball Run coming up the first weekend in March, followed by Crucible sometime in April
2Buck is planning a coup for Uprising tomorrow. I think he's wanted to run a route through town that draws @kwame's face
Chowdaw is working on putting together a charity event at Preservation Park, more details to come.
Heidi has the Q at Fort Pain this week
Probably some other stuff that I forgot
Praise that Mike Fennema is recovering, and also prayers for the long road ahead
2Buck's M's Dr. appointment where they hope to get some insight and help for her issues and lack of energy
Heidi's wife's continued recovery
I borrowed this from a church email, and read it to the PAX:
“Do not merely listen to the word, and so deceive yourselves. Do what it says. Anyone who listens to the word but does not do what it says is like someone who looks at his face in a mirror and, after looking at himself, goes away and immediately forgets what he looks like.”
James uses the analogy of a mirror to help us understand the fallacy of hearing God’s word and thinking just our knowledge of it will be good enough without actually applying it to our lives. It would be similar to looking in a mirror and promptly forgetting what we’d seen. None of us do that. In fact, even though we know what we look like, we still repeatedly check on our reflection many times a day.
God’s word makes the difference in our life only when we actually do what it says. Just knowing it isn’t good enough. Obedience is the indicator of our devotion. Jesus makes this clear in his Father’s words in John 14:23-24. Jesus replied, “Anyone who loves me will obey my teaching. My Father will love them, and we will come them and make our home with them. Anyone who does not love me will not obey my teaching. These words you hear are not my own; they belong to the Father who sent me.”
In the same way we wouldn’t want to go through life constantly forgetting what we look like, let’s not be people who only hear the word of God but don’t follow through on doing what it says. Knowing should lead to doing.
Great job showing up this morning men!