• When: 06/20/15
  • QIC: Field Goal
  • The PAX: Say What?! Field Goal, Mac, Malfunction Junction, Slim Jim, Chum, Blowout

Hey! Hey! Hey! Its Fat Angie, making her return

7 pax welcomed Fat Angie back to BONEYARD.

Conditions: 79 and hot!

BOM by No Help

That Thang

Mosey to the pull ups bars for COP

All IC

SSH – 10

TTT – 10

Full Plank no Recovery

Merkins – 10

MC’s – 10

Peter Parkers – 10

Low Plank

MC’s – 10

Peter Parkers – 10



100 Burpees

100 – Pull ups or Shoulder Press with 45lb

100 – Merkins

100 – BBSU

100 – Squats

We go until the first 3 finish. Tclaps to Mac, MJ, and Slim Jim for Finishing

Mosey to the Parking lot

Bear Crawl from 1 Curb to another (Bout 40yrds)

Going back, calf raises on every parking space line (I think it was about 120)

Mosey to the Helipad

Bear Crawl to the other side

Circle up for Mary

4 – 16 count Flutter kicks


1 – Round of Circle of Something (Mac called it)

10 – IC Low Country Crabs (MJ called it)

Mosey back for BOM

DEVO today; In honor of Fathers Day this weekend, I chose to share today the speech from the movie Courageous. If you have not seen it, I highly recommend it. I have been wanting to share this for a while, so what better time, than on Fathers Day weekend.

As a law-enforcement officer, I’ve seen firsthand the deep hurt and devastation that fatherlessness brings in a child’s life. Our prisons are full of men and women who lived recklessly after being abandoned by their fathers, wounded by the men who should have loved them the most. Many now follow the same pattern of irresponsibility that their fathers did.

While so many mothers have sacrificed to help their children survive, they were never intended to carry the weight alone. We thank God for them.

But research is proving that a child also desperately needs a daddy. There’s no way around this fact. As you know, earlier this year, my family endured the tragic loss of our -year-old daughter, Emily. Her death forced me to realize that not only had I not taken advantage of the priceless time I had with her, but that I did not truly understand how crucial my role was as a father to her and our son, Dylan. Since her passing, I’ve asked God to show me, through his word how to be the father that I need to be.

I now believe that God desires for every father to courageously step up and do whatever it takes to be involved in the lives of his children. But more than just being there or providing for them, he’s to walk with them through their lives and be a visual representation of the character of God, their father in heaven.

A father should love his children and seek to win their hearts. He should protect them, discipline them and teach them about God. He should model how to walk with integrity and treat others with respect and should call out his children to become responsible men and women who live their lives for what matters in eternity.

Some men will hear this and mock it or ignore it. But I tell you that as a father, you are accountable to God for the position of influence he has given you. You can’t fall asleep at the wheel only to wake up one day and realize that your job or your hobbies have no eternal value but the souls of your children do.

Some men will hear this and agree with it but have no resolve to live it out. lnstead, they will live for themselves and waste the opportunity to leave a godly legacy for the next generation.

But there are some men who, regardless of the mistakes we’ve made in the past, regardless of what our fathers did not do for us, will give the strength of our arms and the rest of our days to loving God with all that we are and to teach our children to do the same, and, whenever possible, to love and mentor others who have no father in their lives but who desperately need help and direction.

We are inviting any man whose heart is willing and courageous to join us in this resolution. In my home, the decision has already been made. You don’t have to ask who will guide my family, because by God’s grace, I will. You don’t have to ask who will teach my son to follow Christ, because l will. Who will accept the responsibility of providing and protecting my family? I will. Who will ask God to break the chain of destructive patterns in my family’s history? I will. Who will pray for and bless my children to boldly pursue whatever God calls them to do? I am their father. l will.

I accept this responsibility, and it is my privilege to embrace it. I want the favor of God and his blessing on my home. Any good man does. So where are you, men of courage? Where are you, fathers who fear the Lord? It’s time to rise up and answer the call that God has given to you and to say, “I will. I will. I will.”


Joshua 24:15 “Choose today whom you will serve, but as for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.

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