Simple Spirituality

Q in Charge:
  -Ginger.
Pax Present:
  -Wee Man, Yogi, CDC, Paycheck, Breadstix, Pinto, Monkey, Bridesmaid, Spirit Fingers, Speed Walker.

Welcome

Disclaimer

Warm-Up with Scripture as Cadence:
Scripture 1: “Love the Lord Your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your mind, and with all your strength.” Mark 12:30

  -Low Slow Squats
1 lap around Hopper’s Yard.

  -Little Baby Arm Circles.

  -Merkins.
Mosey to side yard.

  -30 Burpee Buy-in.

Mosey to Neighborhood entrance.
Broken Burpee Bro Run.
  -Partner A Push ups.
  -Partner B runs between them.
  -Partner C Squat Jumps.
3 sets each.

2nd verse used as cadence: “The second,’ answered Jesus, ‘is this: Love your neighbor as yourself. For this sums up the Law and the Prophets. There is no commandment greater than these.” Mark 12:31


Mosey to the bridge.

Flutter kicks to Cadence of Scripture.

Lunge to the first sign.

LBCs to the Cadence of Scripture.


Bear crawl to the bridge rail.

Partner Up.

Bridge rail handstands.
Partner A starts. Partner B Picks up where he left off.

Mosey back to Scrooge.

30 burpee buy out.

COT

Moleskin: We tend to over complicated our walk with Christ. If we can just focus on the 5 commands found in Mark 12:30-31 we will be alright.

1. Love the Lord Your God with all your heart.

2. With all your soul.

3. With all your mind.


4. With all your strength.

5. And love your neighbor as yourself.

We tend to be passive in our walk with Christ. We don’t tend to seek out active growth and change as we do in other areas of our lives. Which of these 5 will you actively seek to grow in. I am seeking to develop loving God with my strength. I’m focused on getting healthier, eating better, working out more, and losing weight. It’s not about appearance or the scale. It’s about loving God with my strength for as long as I have it. I welcome accountability along these lines.


Announcements:
  -Memorial Day Murph followed by Ruck to Veterans Park. Monday, May 31st.

Breadstix closed with prayer.

Pledge.

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