We had a great time last week with lots of new visitors and hit
an all time high since beginning training at Fort Hood – 20 people!
I am looking forward to another great week. Invite your friends
and come back.
Training Schedule, Mon & Thurs.
1800-1830: School age kids class (5-10 year old)
1830-1930: All Students ages 10 years to Adult.
This Week’s Training
This week we continue to focus on foundational concepts including basic stances, blocks, punches, and kicks. We will look at applications of those techniques in the Hyungs (forms), Il Soo Sik (one-steps), and Won-Hyong Dae-Ryun (circular sparing). Please take time to explore our loaded resource page.
Meditation for the Week
Integrity – Righteousness guards him whose way is blameless, but sin overthrows the wicked. (Proverbs 13:6) The Greek words aletheia and alethes are translated as “integrity” in the New Testament and mean “truth or the state of being true.” Jesus is referred to as a man of integrity because He lived wholly in accordance with God’s complete truth. In Mark 12:14, the Gospel writer records, “They came to him and said, ‘Teacher, we know you are a man of integrity. You aren’t swayed by men, because you pay no attention to who they are; but you teach the way of God in accordance with the truth.’”
A person of moral integrity is the same in the dark as in the light
— not double-minded with contradictory thoughts, words and actions.
— not pretending to have virtues or qualities that are really not present in the heart (hypocrisy) (Matthew 23:28)
— not focusing on temporal gain but on growing in godly character (Psalm 15)
A person of moral integrity is one who …
— does what is righteous
— speaks the truth in love
— does not falsely accuse another
— does not harm a neighbor
— does not gossip
— despises evil men
— honors those who love the Lord
— keeps his or her word
— lends money without gain
— does not accept bribes
To have moral integrity is to be undivided and consistent in your mind, will and emotions regarding what is right and wrong.