Author Archive | Chip Pugh


Faith Workout: Why Choose Me?

“For consider your calling, brothers: not many of you were wise according to worldly standards, not many were powerful” (1 Corinthians 1:26) READ 1 Corinthians 1:18-31 REFLECT If you had your choice of choosing any competitor in the sport of fitness to be part of your team, who would you choose?  When building a powerful […]

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Faith Workout: Under the Shadow

“The one who lives under the protection of the Most High dwells in the shadow of the Almighty” READ Psalm 91 REFLECT Competitors love to be “under the lights.”  Stadium lights represent everything we have trained for.  When you walk onto the field of competition every practice rep and every disciplined decision during training is behind […]

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Faith Workout: The Opportunity of a Lifetime

“Come, follow Me.” (Luke 18:22) READ Luke 18:18-30 REFLECT What is the greatest opportunity you have been given?  A relationship?  A job offer?  An educational opportunity?  The rich young ruler was given the opportunity of a lifetime.  He could have followed the Savior of the world.  But, instead, he walked away because of “one thing […]

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Faith Workout: The Secret to Success

READ Ephesians 2:4-10 REFLECT Why are some people so productive?  What makes successful people achieve big things?  Is it simply talent?  Talent and training are important in achieving success, but the most impactful attribute is a spirit of gratitude. In order to experience true success, we must go to work, school, or train with an attitude that […]

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Faith Workout: Trained By a Lie

“The truth will set you free” – Jesus READ John 8:31-36 REFLECT This is a recording of Dave Ramsey inspiring leaders with a story about training elephants.  Listen and consider the questions below. RESPOND What false beliefs have limited your athletic performance? What false beliefs are affecting your commitment to family and other relationships? What false beliefs need […]

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