THE SCENE: 70 degrees, 95% humidity, Nice Breeze
F3 WELCOME & DISCLAIMER
6xCherry Pickers, 20xSSH, 10xBACF, 10xBACB, 10xTempo Merkins, 10xTempo Squats
Mosey to the center lot, 1st light post. Partner up. One partner begins an unnumbered set of the following while the other sprints to the far light post and back. Switch roles until each of the 5 are complete…
- Sumo Squats
- Tricep Dips
Mosey on back to the CMU pile. Mary on the route: Flutter kicks, Hello Dolly. Arrive at station. Same partners. Grab CMU and begin a set of each while partner runs stair to pull up bars and does 3 leg lifts. Switch roles until each of the 5 are complete…
- Overhead Press
- Upright rows
- Bench style press (on your back)
- Bent over rows
Mosey back to COT. 2 stops with 1. Planks, arm/leg raises 2. Box cutters
COUNT-OFF & NAME-O-RAMA
21 PAX. FNG–>CPR
CIRCLE OF TRUST/BOM:
Over the past few weeks, there have been several reminders of what it means to be in community. Poolboy talked about being real and vulnerable with those close to us, how there’s freedom in that. Guardrail read in God’s word that it’s not good to be isolated and alone. And recently Spotter talked about putting God first among everything.
F3 offers the opportunity for us to gather and have that community, to be open and honest and to work together and support one another.
Now what does it mean for us to take that a step further, outside of here? As a Christ follower, it means that we are his representatives. We learn about Him and his teaching through the Bible and we model that in our lives. We learn from multiple accounts that Jesus was asked about the greatest commandment and what he had to say about that…
Matthew 22:37-39 “Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind. This is the greatest and first commandment and the second is Love your neighbor as yourself”. We are to love God above everything else and second love our neighbors. That’s not easy.
How are we honoring Christ in our relationships and in our actions? Second, how are we loving our neighbors (not just our closest friends)? Think about those people around us, distant family and friends, co-workers, and those in our actual neighborhoods. Maybe those you don’t know.
Our challenge: What is something we can do to connect with them this week? It could be sending a text to see how they are doing. It could be knocking on a door. It might be offering gift card for dinner. It could be meeting for coffee. It could be volunteering to serve or lead. If we are truly going to represent Christ in our lives, we have to look different than the world around us.
Keep in mind that whatever we step into, He is right there with us, on our behalf. Jesus said …in ME you may have peace, but in the WORLD you will have trouble. But take heart; I have overcome the world. There’s great hope in that. Let’s offer it to someone else.
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