AO: Up the Creek

When: 11/08/2021

PAX:

Number of Pax: 10

Pax Names: Bing, Cash Flow, Dirt Bike, Dr Feel Good, Lawn Boy, LinkedIn, Planer, Priorities, Screen Door, Swab,

Number of FNGS: 0

FNG Names:

QIC: Cash Flow


The BackBlast:

Conditions – Cool & Breezy

 

F3 & Covid Disclosures – Yes

 

Warmarama

25 SSH

15 High Knees

10 Imperial Walkers

Lunge stretch

 

The Thang – Cash Flow $5K

Up The Creek Division:

Planer – 20:05

Cash Flow – 21:36

Lawn Boy – 21:45

Dirt Bike – 22:39

Screen Door – 27:00

Dr. Feel Good – 28:11

Lazy Susan Division:

Wilson – 20:42

Wicked – 28:50

Thriller – 35:00

Appomattox – 36:40

 

Ruckers:

2.3 Miles – 35:27

 

COT – Surrender (to God) What You Can’t Control

To make it through times of crisis with your emotional health intact, you’ll need to learn how to control what’s controllable and trust God for the rest.

God is active in your mental, spiritual, and emotional health. He wants you to make wise choices based on his guidance from the Bible and through prayer.

And then, when you encounter something out of your control, you can surrender it to God and trust him to work it out for good.

There is a great example of this in the Bible with Abraham: “You see that his faith and his actions were working together, and his faith was made complete by what he did” (James 2:22 NIV).

It’s easy to go to extremes with this. For instance, you can say it’s all up to God and become passive to the point where you do nothing. On the other hand, you can act like God doesn’t play a part in your life and assume everything depends on you. Both extremes are wrong.

Maintaining good physical health, for example, is about balance. The same is true with emotional health. Find a balance that helps you recognize what’s in your control, and then make wise decisions based on God’s guidance as you read His Word and talk to him in prayer. And, learn to let go of those things that only God can handle.  – Rick Warren

 

Moleskin:

  • Screen Door had only been home from his sub for 28 hours and he made it out to the gloom, great to see him.
  • Priorities in sleeves.
  • Dirt Bike made it to his first CF$5K.

Announcements:

Tidewater Youth Services Santa Claus Shuffle 5K on December 12th.

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