F3nation-wide posts. Formerly Butcher’s Word.
The transformative relationship between the Q and his wife
Man’s Marriage Is His Most Important Relationship
While Fitness is largely an inward-seeking endeavor, Fellowship is primarily outward-seeking. It is the sum total of a man’s relationships with his family, friends … Continue reading
The Q’s daily resistance to the temptation of the flesh that hinders his Accceleration
The Jester is that tempting thing of the flesh that sneaks up on a man and causes him to stumble.
Every man’s Jester is different, but … Continue reading
The Q’s daily discipline of physically training his body
The King is the exercise component of The Royalty Race of Fitness between the King, the Queen and the Jester .
Two-thirds of the Royalty Race comes straight from Jack LaLanne, … Continue reading
The Q’s daily Commitment to Accelerate his Fitness, Fellowship and Faith
In Communities where male Community Leadership is dormant Sad Clown Syndrome proliferates.
A Sad Clown is a man who seems happy on the outside but is joyless on the … Continue reading
I have been a Christian for ten years, but it wasn’t until last week that I went on my first overseas service mission to Peru.
It has not been that I have lacked opportunity. Almost from the moment I … Continue reading
YHC has been advocating for awareness of our armed forces for nearly as long as I have been able to breathe. That has even been paired with F3 when I launched REDFriday here in Greenwood and shared my … Continue reading
I don’t believe in the existence of Bigfoot (or the Lochness Monster). They are just myths.
In the classical sense, myths are stories. Whether they are stories with a basis in fact is apart from the concept. But … Continue reading
My church teams up with Room at the Inn (RATI) and many other churches in the Charlotte area to provide winter shelter for homeless men, women and children. My family has been involved in this effort for years. We typically help prepare the food, bring in clothes/blankets, clean … Continue reading