• When: 2020-07-21
  • QIC: Blue Rhino
  • The PAX: Viper, Wingback, Postal, Handlebar, Banjo, Broadhead, Barcrawl, Adluh, Stitches, Mail Order, BooBoo, Tailspin, Blue Rhino

Pray For Bray- 4th Annual WO

July 20th,2016 -1461 days ago-the M and I heard words we will never forget. Your child has Cancer. Brayden (aka #F3Stitches) was diagnosed with Leukemia at the young age of 10. Through God’s grace, four years later,we are here, still fighting, still advocating, still praying for a world without blood cancers.

77*and 100% saturation

Opening Prayers:

Warm up

Circle up: IC
-TTT X 15
-LBAC x 10 Fwd- 10 Rev- 10 Overhead clap
-5ct Motivators
-10 Slow Mo Squat

Circle up: The THANG

OYO with Block

P -Prisoner Squat- block-25x
R-Russian Twist 25x
A– Arms (Curls for the gurls)  25x
Y-Yard Lap- mosey around parking lot

F-Flutter Kick 25x
O-Overhead Press 25x
R-Reverse Crunch 25x

B-Block Press Merkins 25x
R– Russian Twist 25x
A-Arms (Curls for the gurls) 25x
Y-Yard Lap- mosey around parking lot

Rinse and Repeat




– Christmas Party  @ Saluda River Club (maybe… thanks COVID)

Prayer Requests:
-F3 Notebook
-Evert Family- liver removed, mass-
-F3Wingback mom- mammogram- spot

-Keep moving forward
-Lead by example
-Be better than you were yesterday
-All the traits I’ve watched our AOQ present the last 1-1/2 years. Today I had the honor to relieve him of his post and keep the Detainee torch burning strong as it has.
-Blessed by the men who continue to make this AO successful. We are stronger because of them.


DEVO: From the Wire

Want to get stronger? Want to be tougher? Get connected. When we face trials and challenges, those to whom we’re connected can support us—help us find courage we’d not find on our own. When we experience pain and loss, they can comfort us—help us back from places we’d not return from, on our own. When we’re hit by fear and anxiety, they can give us perspective—help us see things in ways we’d not see on our own. When we need truth, they can teach us—help us discover and understand what we we’d not grasp on our own. When we get stuck, they can call us out, speak truth, push us forward—help us stop (or start) what we’d be unable to, on our own. When we face complicated questions, they can listen and counsel us—help us process through problems that are too difficult on our own. When we mess up, make mistakes, they can correct us and have mercy—help remind us we’re loved, despite flaws and failures, something that’s hard to remember on our own.


The Apostle Paul urged connectedness (Romans 12:151 Thessalonians 5:11Hebrews 3:13). The early Church demonstrated it—spending time together, knowing one another, eating, learning, and praying together. Why? Alone, we men are vulnerable; together, we’re stronger and more resilient toward the ups-and-downs of life (Ecclesiastes 4:9-12). Connectedness ruggedizes us, restores us, fuels us for what’s ahead. And, brother, there’s important stuff ahead.

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