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Grace-Filled Effort

“12 Not that I have already obtained this or am already perfect, but I press on to make it my own, because Christ Jesus has made me his own.13 Brothers, I do not consider that I have made it my own. But one thing I do: forgetting what lies behind and straining forward to what […]


Faith Workout: Eternal Opportunities

“Be careful how you live — making the most of every opportunity” – Ephesians 5:15 READ Luke 16:19-31 REFLECT We go to work.  We train.  We do our thing every day.  But do we notice the opportunities right in front of us?  Do we really see the needs around us?  If we open our eyes, […]


Holiness over Happiness

   This past week I had the privilege of listening to Paul Byrd talk to our staff at school. Paul is a retired major league baseball pitcher. He was speaking specifically on principles that cause Christians to stand out as leaders. However, he said a couple things that really caught my ear and as I […]


Athlete Testimonial: Jonathan Morgan

From the very beginning, life for me was a search for identity. I was raised in a military home and moved around a lot while growing up. With this lifestyle, I never felt like I had roots, or an identity with anything or anyone. Everything from sports, friendships, and houses were in constant state of […]


Faith Workout: EAR-speed

“Let every person be quick to hear“ READ Luke 8:4-15 REFLECT At each “Iron Sharpens Iron” training camp our Olympic lifting coach, Spencer Arnold, reminds us of the importance of BAR-speed.  The speed of the bar will dictate your success in the snatch and clean.  Do we realize the speed principle is also vital in […]

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