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Emotional Stability Training

I’m so thankful that I’ve studied many martial arts because I am able to maintain social distance, while still empowering the recruits with our Emotional Stability Training. Although we really miss grappling and throwing each other, our style of staff training and striking drills, not only helps with focus but also develops the self-regulatory skills needed to succeed in school and survive in life!

Performing For A Fathers Love

December 5, 2014

This morning during his breakfast, I noticed my son trying to study for a speed spelling test after he discovered he scored low on a prior one. Although I despise multitasking, I encouraged him for his effort but told him to stop studying and eat.…

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Training for Godliness – 1 Timothy 4:8

September 6, 2014

The Cave of Adullam’s training was very good today. We got some good physical training in, which is of some value, but the focus was training for godliness, which is much better, promising benefits in this life and in the life to come (1 Tim…

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Confronting the Spirit of Laziness in Boys

September 3, 2014

God never uses lazy people. Unfortunately due to the curse after the fall (Gen 3:17-19), the natural inclination of boys and men is to avoid hard work. This is why so many get lost in chasing a dream, instead of their purpose. In this short…

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Disciplined While Having Fun

August 18, 2014

Usually I would have a lesson prepared for each training, but when I walked into the building, and saw that the bouncy we rented for our summer camp was still there, this day became an impromptu Father and Son competition! What’s a blessing is that…

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Wounded & Abandoned

May 19, 2014

This is the best display I’ve seen regarding the father wound. I know this feeling all too well and remember many disappointing occasions like this with my father. I also remember saying to my father the very words Will Smith said to his uncle in…

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