Mogadishu Meatloaf

AO: The Arrowhead

When: 07/02/2022


Number of Pax: 13

Pax Names:

Dr Evil
Mini me

Number of FNGS: 0

FNG Names: 0

QIC: Kringle


Home style cooking with an international flair!


Knee hugs
Tin soldiers
Ankle grabs
2 laps each
Arm circles x 10 each way

The Thang

The Thang
1 mile run
25 OH Press
50 coupon curls
25 yard sprint
100 walking lunges
75 bent over rows
1/4 mile run
10 man makers
20 OH press
30 coupon swings
40 goblet squats
50 incline merkins
3/4 mile run
50 merkins
25 yard sprint
50 squats
40 oh presses
25 curls
25 bent over rows
1/2 mile run
5 man makers
10 oh presses
15 swings
20 goblet squats
25 incline merkins
1 mile run

Circle of Trust

Could it be that God doesn’t always answer because, sometimes, he wants us to stay right where we are and learn, there, how to fight? Could it be that God sometimes allows trouble and pain to train us, to build our maturity, to make us more reliable conduits of his love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control? We often consider trouble and pain as unnecessary, to be avoided, hindrances to ease and happiness. Might it make more sense to consider trouble and pain as opposition, as a mountaineer views the pitch and the altitude, or as a linebacker views the block and the fake?

We aren’t meant to be men who avoid opposition, numb it or deny it. We aren’t meant to run from battles, to hide and to let others fight. We’re built for opposition. Truthfully, we’d probably wither without it. We must see it, though, for what it is: “For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the cosmic powers over this present darkness, against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly places” (Ephesians 6:12). Our struggle is against being lured into selfishness, indifference, impatience, rage, resignation, or sin in the face of problems at work, or in our finances or relationships or families. These are epic struggles—battles worthy of any man.

Naked Man Moleskin

That was a ball buster!

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