TTT – Through the tunnel
Ring of fire
Little baby arm circles while others hold there arms up. Start with 10 – 3 count.
Once everyone completes the 10 little baby arm circles we start over but reduce the count by 2.
Burpees while others hold a plank. Start at 5.
Once everyone completes the 5 burpees we start over but reduce the count by 1.
Chest flys with bricks while others hold there arms up. Start at 10 – 3 count.
Once everyone completes the 10 chest flys we start over but reduce the count by 2.
Next we did some sprints from light pole to light pole and butt kicks and karaoke‘s.
We put the bricks up and recovered back to the flag.
Trying to complete the Dam2Dam Surge teams
Whoever is interested we will start teaming together to read the Bible. Keychain will send out link and information
Safe Run slots are still open
Continue prayers for Black Betty’s cousin
Chop Shops friend with COVID
The Big Comeback
1 John 1:9
While playing in the NFL, Chad Pennington suffered multiple career threatening type of injuries. Twice his injuries forced him to endure surgery, therapy, and extensive training to get back onto the field. He not only returned to play but he also excelled so much he was twice named come back player of the year. Pennington‘s efforts were an expression of his determined Spirit.
Spiritually, when sin and failure break our relationship with God and sideline our service, determination alone cannot restore us to rightness and usefulness. When we are sidelined by sin, the path to a comeback is confession. “If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just and will forgive us our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness”(1 John 1:9).
For us to be able to recover from our spiritual feelings, we depend on the one who gave himself for us. He gives us hope. Christ, who died for us, loves us and will respond with grace as we confess our faults to him. Through confession, we can find his gracious restoration—the greatest of all comebacks.