July 17, 2020

17 is 17

Welcome x 2 (Couch Potato rolled in at 0535)
WoR Mountain Man Poopers x 17 IC, Goofballs x 17 IC, Daisy Pickers x 15, Arm Circles x 15 both ways

Thang: Dark Webb (1:2 ratio up to 10:20)
Jack Webb
1 Merkin : 2 Raise the Roofs
House of Paine
1 Jump Squat : 2 Iron Mikes (2=1)
Captain Thor
1 Big Boy : 2 American Hammers (4 count)

Didn’t make it to Round 4 because of bad listening comprehension or possibly bad first explanation 
Happy Jack Webb
1 Burpee : 2 Side Straddle Hops

NoR: Speedy (nAOQ), Grimace, Phys Ed, DHL, Tremor, Gilligan, Couch Potato, Paper Cut, Photoshop (QiC)

What’s the Bold Move?

“What’s the bold move?” It’s a question that should be asked often, in one form or another, when men gather in Christian community. It’s a question that challenges us to press our intellectual understanding of the truth of our King, Jesus Christ, into clear, practical action. It dares us to form Gospel words into living, breathing reality.

What good is it, my brothers, if someone says he has faith but does not have works? . . . Show me your faith apart from your works, and I will show you my faith by my works. (Jas. 2:14, 18)

When we men move boldly in faith it demonstrates—with our actions, with our lives—that we do indeed trust Jesus. It confirms that we’ll actually live our lives like we trust him. Maybe it’s finally deciding to draw clear work/home boundaries, despite ambition or difficulty; maybe it’s confessing some sin, despite embarrassment or awkwardness; maybe it’s giving money or time, despite greed or inconvenience; maybe it’s sharing our faith, despite discomfort or fear; or maybe it’s something else entirely. For each of us, there comes a time when we just must take action, must take risk. There comes a time when our faith mandates that action and risk are the only real options. And that’s when things begin to happen—big, breathtaking things—not because we seek them out necessarily, but because they’re the byproduct of lives that reflect faith.

Okay, so what do we do?

How might you live out your faith with a bold move? Choose something simple, near-term (i.e., this week), and achievable. If you’re in community with other men (and you should be), formulate your bold moves together, customized to each individual and circumstance. Then, keep one another accountable for executing them. This is one way communities of men must work.

DHL- 2nd COVID-19 test: brother negative, sister in law positive
Gilligan – military buddy struggling and has Selection coming up

Better explanation on 4ct Jump Lunges obviously needed or just say 2=1 at beginning. Speedy HATES jump lunges. Possibly do those every time for his benefit. 

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