Either you guys don’t like dry and 60 degree weather on the smoothest parking lot in Gaston County, or you just don’t like me. Definitely must be the former.
Anyway, the 4 brave souls who deigned to join me were probably pleasantly (or not) surprised to stay on said parking lot for 45 minutes of joy/pain.
It was so much fun/not, that one not-so-brave soul left early.
Despite the mutiny, YHC had a good time.
If you care to know more, come out to Midoriyama tomorrow (10/27).
Due to Site Q obligations at Mt. Hollywood, YHC doesn’t make it to The Sword very often but this AO is a great way to start off the week. Sparky was kind enough to give me the last minute Q and 7 PAX came out to get in a run and follow up with some discussion on how to live.
1 John 2:15-17 – “Do not love the world or anything in the world. If anyone loves the world, love for the Father is not in them. For everything in the world – the lust of the flesh, the lust of the eyes, and the pride of life – comes not from the Father but from the world. The world and its desires pass away, but whoever does the will of God lives forever.”
John is warning us in this verse against stumbling over the temptations of the world and letting them take over our lives. When we continually stumble or struggle with something like envy or materialistic wants and desires we begin to let those thoughts and actions control our lives. Little by little, we concern ourselves more with the ways of the world than with the will of God and move farther and farther away from living the life he calls us to live. When we do this we are living for the world and not living for God.
10/31 – Convergence at Martha Rivers Park. EC at 6:15am, Bootcamp at 7:00am and 3rd F afterward. All regular AO’s are closed.
Bring gently used athletic shoes to the Convergence to donate to the Charlotte Rescue Mission See PreBlast from BOS
11/14 – PT Test at Gashouse All other AO’s are open that day
November Challenge – see PreBlast from Roscoe
Sparky co-worker who is lost and has cancer
Kelly Robb family
Sparky took us out.
Thanks for the opportunity to lead this morning. There are some strong men of faith that are regulars at this AO and I encourage everyone to come out and hear what they have to say.