THE SCENE: Mid 20’s with snow on the ground.
F3 WELCOME & DISCLAIMER
- SSH x 15
- Mountain Mule Kicks x 15 (kick legs Back and up landing right leg forward then switch, then kick again landing left forward and switch. That’s 1.) x 15
- Cherry Pickers x 10
- Arm Circles x 10 each way
Mosey to Mt. Crumpet doing Thruster Merkins at each light post increasing by 2 each time.
Battle buddys. Buddy 1 bear crawls to the tree and moseys back down, buddy 2 doing Bernie hops up to cone (1/2 way), run back down to do 30 calf raises, repeat until buddy 1 comes back then switch. 6 rounds.
Mosey to circle around the fountain.
- CMU Dips x 30 (legs fountain)
- CMU Single-leg Goblet squat x 15 each leg
Suicides back to Pavalon running forward 2 posts and back 1 touching the ground each post.
- Decline Merkin x 20 legs on table top
- Balance lunge x 20 each leg
- Lunge across grinder, run back
- Single leg touch x 15 each side
- LBC to cash out
COUNT-OFF & NAME-O-RAMA
14 including FNG “Calf”
CIRCLE OF TRUST/BOM:
The Values and Conscience of a Leader
How are we to respond to others who hold values different from our own? That’s the issue of Romans 14. Paul speaks in this passage not of eternal issues or absolute truths, but about “gray areas”—subjects that are questionable and maybe even fuzzy. Christians can differ on these issues and still be part of the same organization. On these issues, no scripture declares an unequivocal right or wrong. Note Paul’s counsel for situations like this:
Be open, not condescending (vv. 1–3).
Remember that everyone answers to the Lord, not to you (v. 4).
Cling to your own convictions (v. 5).
Whatever your values, your motive should be to please God (vv. 6–9).
You are ultimately accountable to the Lord (vv. 10–12).
Do not cause anyone to stumble (v. 13).
Don’t let others impose their values on you, and vice versa (v. 14).
Make love your highest aim (v. 15).
Major on the majors and minor on the minors (vv. 16–18).
Pursue peace and adding value to people (v. 19).
Don’t destroy anyone by imposing your values on them (vv. 20–22).
Anything is wrong that is not done out of personal faith (v. 23).
CSAUP February 24