Obedience can be a difficult obligation. Still, there is great respect and humility in obedience. These are the virtues we are called to demonstrate to the world around us. The writer of the New Testament book of Hebrews said, “Have confidence in your leaders… Continue Reading “Meditatioin: Obedience”
Our hand techniques (Soo Ki) grow out of the practice of our forms (Hyungs). Hand techniques are fast and agile, but to have the greatest effect, you need to move to the most advantageous angle of attack in relation to your opponent. As you… Continue Reading “Training, Soo Ki”
Respect means to esteem and value the dignity and contribution of another person. No team, family, organization, or relationship can last the test of time without respect. “So whatever you wish that others would do to you, do also to them” Jesus from Matthew 7:12… Continue Reading “Weekly Meditation”
I have repeatedly emphasized the importance of your forms (hyung) in the practice of Tang Soo Do. Many of you are restricted from traveling and training in a dojang due to COVID-19, so I encourage to try a new way of practicing your hyung.… Continue Reading “Weekly Training, Hyung”
Perseverance means we don’t give up. We don’t stop. Perseverance finds its greatest effect in the crucibles of life when God allows and perhaps organizes such challenges to refine, shape, and polish us for His glory. “The one who looks into the perfect law, the law of liberty, and perseveres…he will be blessed in his doing” (James 1:25).