• When: 2018-01-11
  • QIC: Juice
  • The PAX: Microchip, DirtyBird (Respect), Chum (Respect), Potus (Respect), Bionic (Respect), Moldy (Respect), Juice

Baseball at Boneyard

This was YHC’s first time out to Boneyard.  At the Christmas party a few weeks back, DirtyBird said he would come Q Ambush if YHC would come Q Boneyard.    Challenge accepted.  After suffering through a DirtyBird Q on Tuesday YHC knew that he had to bring it this morning.  The men worked hard it was over before we knew it.  Thankfully.  Much respect to this group of #HIM.

Conditions:  57 and cloudy

1 MW

SSH x 20 IC
Burpees x 10 IC
TTT x 20 IC
Windmill x 20 IC
LBAC’s x 20 forward
LBAC’s x 20 reverse

Slowsey to Block pile then to band field.

The Thang:
Baseball.   Lights are setup in a diamond for baseball.    Each pax will travel to first perform an exercise.  Each man must complete all reps before they can move to second, where they will perform the next exercise.  This continues to third and back to home, where the blocks will remain.

Round 1:  Bearcrawl to first, 5 burpees; bearcrawl to second, 10 merkins; crawl bear to third, 15 squats; crawl bear to home 20 block presses.

Round 2:  Crabwalk to first, 10 burpees; crabwalk to second, 20 merkins; reverse crabwalk to third, 30 squats; reverse crabwalk to home 40 block presses.

Round 3:  Lunge to first, 20 burpees; lunge to second, 40 merkins; reverse lunge to third, 60 squats; reverse lunge to home 80 block presses.

Return Block and Slowsey to flag for Mary:
Flutter kick x 20
Gas Pumps x 15 IC

Prayer Request:
DirtyBird- Sister in laws sisters family.

Clyde Smith- Cancer

Microchip-Blindsides Daughter

Devo: A Fruitful Life


Proverbs 3: 5-12

Trust in the Lord with all your heart,
    and do not lean on your own understanding.
In all your ways acknowledge him,
    and he will make straight your paths.
Be not wise in your own eyes;
    fear the Lord, and turn away from evil.
It will be healing to your flesh[b]
    and refreshment[c] to your bones.

Honor the Lord with your wealth
    and with the firstfruits of all your produce;
10 then your barns will be filled with plenty,
    and your vats will be bursting with wine.

11 My son, do not despise the Lord‘s discipline
    or be weary of his reproof,
12 for the Lord reproves him whom he loves,
    as a father the son in whom he delights.

God has created us with a longing to know that our presence in this world counts. He has also designed us to find the fulfillment of that desire through His Son Jesus Christ.

Dependence on the Lord is central to an abundant life. Trusting Him with all of our heart means giving Him control over our families, finances, jobs, and everything else in our life. Today’s passage emphasizes how essential trust is to a fruitful life: We are cautioned against being wise in our own eyes and warned not to lean on our own understanding. When faced with decisions, it is tempting to gather information and choose the answer we think is right. However, we can’t know all the facts or predict with certainty how others will respond. Our heavenly Father, on the other hand, is omniscient. He “reads” the heart and perceives our every thought (1 Chronicles 28:9). No aspect of life escapes His notice (Heb. 4:13), and He cares about everyone. That’s why He alone is certain which decision will be best for the circumstances we face in our life.

The abundant life also involves acknowledging the Lord in all we do. Speaking about Him is just part of what it means to give Him recognition. As His children, we are to have a marked resemblance to our heavenly Father—in thoughts, attitudes, and actions. Our priorities are to reflect His, and our plans should fit with His purposes.

Life becomes fruitful as we surrender ourselves to God and carry out His will. By allowing His Spirit to live through us (Gal. 2:20), we will find our life characterized by significance and satisfaction.



Lords Prayer