1. Freebord "Rookie Moves" October 25, 2014

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    Teaching myself to Freebord in Seattle, Washington.

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    • The Invisible War

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      October 19, 2014 There is a real battle going on today in the spiritual realm – an invisible war – and it’s time for Christians to get off the defense and go on the offense. When you become a follower of Christ, you got into a fight. God not only put salvation into your heart, but He also put a sword in your hand. Think about your own life. Are you experiencing victory in most areas of your life or are you suffering defeat in key areas? Have you ignored the fact that spiritual warfare is real? This message was part 1 of 5 of The Battle Is Real, taught by Senior Pastor Brandon Park on a Sunday morning at First Baptist Raytown. Find more messages and more information at FirstBaptistRaytown.com.

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      • Freebord "Rookie Moves" October 19, 2014

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        Teaching myself to Freebord in Seattle, Washington.

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        • Horses Help Children with Disabilities

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          • Divine Disturbance: Broken to Build

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            October 12, 2014 When God disturbs our life with an opportunity to serve Him, we have a choice: we can ignore and live life as usual or we can use ten building blocks to take us from disturbance to destiny. This message was taught by Phillip Kelley, the Kansas City Chiefs Chaplain, on a Sunday morning at First Baptist Raytown. Find more messages and more information at FirstBaptistRaytown.com.

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            • Utthita Parsvakonasana Modification (Extended Side Angle Posture) VOD

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              from David Garrigues Ashtanga Yoga / Added

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              Side Angle Stretch Posture is a deceptively challenging posture, and here I have you place your hand on block so that you can experience the basic actions of the pose. Focus on creating a continuous ascending diagonal line from the back leg foot, back thigh, pelvis, torso, and up through the top arm, hand, and fingers. To make this line straight and true is difficult to do, that is the main reason for this modification. To bring alignment to this shape will test your powers of concentration and ask you to develop fine kinesthetic, perceptual sensitivity, seek to carefully arrange the various parts of your skeleton properly in relation to one another..

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              • Parivrtta Parsvakonasana Modification (Revolved Extended Side Angle Posture) VOD

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                It is important to take advantage of modifying the more difficult positions even when you may feel that you do not need to modify them. Greater understanding of the posture can come to you when you work in an easier, more accurate version of the posture. To better access the actions of this most difficult of standing postures, bring your back leg knee to the ground and thus begin with a modified set up position. Now you can focus creating a deep lunge in the front leg, make the thigh parallel to the ground and then thoroughly rotate your spinal column to the right. Snugly hook your left arm around your outer right knee, placing your left hand on a block. Maintain the positioning of the front leg lunge and the thorough spinal twist as you carefully straighten the back leg. Endeavor to create a true diagonal line between your back leg, torso and top arm.

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                • Prasarita Padottanasana Modification (Wide Leg Forward Fold) VOD

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                  In order to obtain maximum benefit from this essential asana make sure your stance is generously wide and bring your head all the way down to ground between your feet. Use a block under your head if necessary because bringing the head onto something distributes your weight more even throughout the body and increases the stability of your foundation by offering you an extra point of contact with ground. Continue to align your hips, knees, and feet in one continuous vertical line and as you stay in position, focus on hollowing the belly with each exhalation and releasing your spine from the pelvis downwards through the head. For position C if your shoulders are less mobile you can increase the shoulder work by catching a tie between your hands rather than clasping your fingers. the width of Bring your down to a block in Wide Leg Forward Fold Posture if it does not come all the way down to the ground.

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                  • Freebord "Rookie Moves" October 12, 2014

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                    Teaching myself to Freebord in Seattle, Washington.

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                    • Staying Power of Job

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                      Dr. Simmons uses Job as an example of what makes a man a man. A Godly man is a promise keeping man. A promise keeping man bring stability and certainty to a world of unpredictability. He bring order to chaos. In a world of flux only the staying power of a Godly man will make the difference. Every woman and every child longs for the certainty and stability. Looking for a man with the staying power of a Job. This was a Father's Day message.

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