Q: Geppetto

PAX: French Lick
Corn Fed
Run Flat
One Hit
Scope Down(R)
Big Chic


It was that perfect in-between kinda morning: Just cold enough to hold off the sweat and warm enough to leave the long sleeves in the car. YHC was excited to see a healthy number of PAX in the gloom this morning including BBV’s!


Twang rolled in well before start, so no extra hills for anyone except him this morning!


We rucked! Plenty of mumble chatter and right on cue quite a few entertaining stories and comments from scooter. Much love brother!

YHC has made it a habit of sharing some short encouragement, challenge, or quote each week. This week was a story about the legendary Ted Williams:

Heading into the last day, a doubleheader, of the 1941 baseball season, 23-year-old Ted Williams’ batting average was .39955. He could have sat out the meaningless last two games of the last day, and his average would have rounded to the hallowed .400 mark

Williams recalls Joe Cronin telling him, ‘You don’t have to be put in if you don’t want to. You’re officially .400.’ Ted reports his reaction: ‘Well, God, that hit me like a ***damn lightning bolt! What do you mean I don’t have to play today?'”
But you probably know the story. Williams put his .400 mark at risk and played. Both games. And went 6 for 8, finishing the year at .406.

Are you content with where you are at? With what you have achieved? Have you met your goal? Everyday we have a choice men: step up and keep swinging or settle for what has already been achieved. Those in our lives whom we’ve been called to lead need up to keep swinging.

Will you be complacent or are you a HIM?

Count-O-Rama, Name-O-Rama.
Announcements –
Chili cookout at Dirty Dawg and Dill’s in Forsyth this Saturday the 5th
Chaps and taste of Macon Sunday the 6th
Newsletter hit the inbox today!

Prayer/Praise –
Zerb was our 6th man- shared of the fellowship and comradery encourages him. asked for prayer for the M and her health
Run Flat is mentally drained
Prayer for upcoming Men’s Hike
Prayer that we would all lead well where we are called to and no get complacent