• When: 2021-07-15
  • QIC: Twerk
  • The PAX: Wee Wee, Bogey, Blue Bloods, Keychain, Mulligan, Shortage, Pole Dance, Net Zero, Coop, Twerk


Work and Play BC @Surge

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Condition 72 degrees 

Disclaimer

No FNG

Prayer

The Thang

Mosey to grab two bricks per person. 
Warmup

SSHx20

TTTx20

Imperial Walker x 20

I turned on Thunderstruck. 
We did little baby arm circles until we heard thunderstruck then we did arm raises. All of this done with the bricks. This was a shoulder burner  

After that we did inch worm Merkins and once we reach the final destination we did 5 burpees. Once everyone we complete with the burpees we returned to the start line. Once the start line we reached we did 5 more burpees. 

Next we planked with the bricks and raise our arms with the bricks for a count of 20. 

Final we returned the bricks and went to the basketball court to play full court basketball. It was good competition. We have a lot of pax that turn on their game face when we play some basketball. Good times fellas!

We returned to the flag.

COT

Annoucements

Dads Camp – Aug 20-22

Stomp the Swamp-Aug 21

Convergence the weekend at Surge-Blue Bloods has the Q

Reach out to Blue Bloods about logging miles and reps for St Jude donations

Working on another 2nd F Event – Blue Bloods will send out some dates.

Prayers – Unspoken 

Devo

Running the race

2 Peter 3:14

So then, dear friends, since you are looking forward to this, make every effort to be found Spotless, blameless and at peace with him.

In 2015, Rob Young ran nearly 374 miles in 88 hours – Setting the world record for distance running without sleep. Young, who had endured abused by his father as a child, said he ran with two goals in mind: to test the limits of human endurance and to help the world become a better place for kids.

The apostle Peter encourages us to continue running the race for Jesus-making “Every effort to be found living peaceful lives that are pure and blameless in gods sight”.The race in Christ can sometimes seem to be long and taxing, but God “isn’t really being slow about his promise”.He simply patiently allows us to keep following his pace, for “He does not want anyone to be destroyed, but wants everyone to repent”.

As believers in Jesus, we run life’s race to serve others: Working toward helping them experience God’s life and joy-now and eternally. The Lord provides the wisdom, power, and strength we need to stay in the race as we grow in Christ likeness. “to him be glory both now and forever! Amen

 

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