HUNTSMAN HIGHLIGHT PLAYER (HHP) - Matthew & Lane [Mechanicsburg, 7th Grade, Guard & wing]
Matthew & Lane suffered a tough 1 Point loss to Fairbanks. Matthew scored 12 and Lane dropped in 11 points.
Keep working hard guys.
Matthew has been involved in the Huntsman program off & on for 3 years. Lane has been off and on for almost 2 years. These young men both have bright futures and God has great plans for them both.
God bless & love you guys.
0 118 minutes ago
So happy I got to experience my first yurt with you 😂🥰⛺️🗻 #takemeto
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There's a time to talk and there's a time to just shut up be patient and observe/learn. Put into practice what you know and understand before trying to involve or engage in trying to get others to grasp what your understanding is. A lesson I am learning myself. Practice what you are trying to teach. .
This came to me after having constant conversations realising I was only talking to myself. So I decided to improve communication with myself to understand better for when the time comes to communicate with others.
#RedistributeYourTime and #Energy into #Yourself dont expel and waste your life force when you dont know it all your damn self. #GetToKnow#GodFirst
When you #Understand you first its easier to convey your #Hearts#Message to everyone else.
1 228 minutes ago
Nothing like good healthy rival games. Urbana vs Bellefontaine. These 2 young men are the real deal. They play on really good school teams that are well coached. The teams are loaded with talent.
Continue to work hard fellas and stay humble. Always keep God first. God has great plans for you. Mark my words, these young men are going to do some amazing things in life. They both are excellent students as well & love God.
Aiden has been in the Huntsman family for over 3 years and CJ has been in Huntsman for a year now. They are also aau teammates for the Huntsman program. That class is going to be something special.
Excited about what the future holds in store for these young men.
God bless and love you guys.
"Não é fácil criar coragem e desfazer as amarras. É fácil fazer as malas, comprar uma passagem e seguir o seu destino rumo a um outro país. Difícil é aceitar a nova realidade durante esse tempo, aceitar o fato de que você não pertence ao local em que viveu a maior parte da sua vida.
Porque ao partir é preciso estar preparado para se reconstruir, para aceitar que é chegado o “agora ou nunca”, a hora de se encontrar, se conhecer e definir quem você quer ser mesmo já sendo bem crescido. É preciso ter coragem para se desfazer das frescuras, de alguns hábitos, criar asas fortes que te ajudem a dar um dos voos mais importantes da sua vida. É preciso se desfazer de preconceitos e aprender de uma vez por todas o significado do respeito.
Mudar de país é, quase sempre, fugir de alguns problemas, e então, se ver cercado por mil outros. É viver numa montanha-russa quando se tem medo de altura. Os primeiros meses trazem a mesma sensação da subida: empolgação, felicidade, orgulho de estar lá. E então, a gente acorda certo dia e percebe que reconstruir a vida não é tão lindo quanto parecia, é difícil, desgastante, cansativo. Mas a gente está lá no topo; o investimento foi caro, os seus amigos, a sua família, todo mundo que não veio está lá, te observando de longe. Não dá para desligar a máquina, você não tem coragem de pedir para descer. Você sorri e esconde o desespero. Fecha os olhos e vai. Com medo e sem saber se vai dar certo.
Alguns desistem após a primeira descida. Outros se acostumam com a adrenalina e resolvem continuar. Porque nada melhor do que descobrir que você é capaz.
Morar fora não é reconhecer os seus limites, é esticá-los um pouquinho mais, dia após dia. É descobrir que você pode ir muito além. É ralar para ser reconhecido onde você é apenas mais um e reconhecer que ser apenas mais um pode ser muito para quem chegou a ser ninguém.
Morar fora é dar luz a um novo “eu” , é ser mãe e pai de si próprio. É sofrer para se criar sozinho e ter orgulho do adulto que você recriou. É aceitar que você jamais será o mesmo "
HUNTSMAN HIGHLIGHT PLAYER (HHP) -MADDI COLOPY [Marysville, Sophomore, Guard]
Maddi Colopy is a very skilled basketball player. She can handle the ball and she can flat out shoot it! Maddi’s range is legitimately from the volleyball.
When she plays with confidence and swagger she will make teams pay. Maddi’s defense has improved big time as well after playing aau for the Huntsman program.
Maddi has been involved with several great influences throughout her life. Coaches, trainers and aau programs.
Maddi has been involved with the Huntsman program for over almost 3 years now. Training, playing fall league vs boys and aau.
Keep working hard Maddi. Big things are coming your way. Relentlessly pursue your dreams. Believe in you. Always keep God first. God has great plans for you.
God bless and love you.
In conversations with a business colleague, I was impressed with his awareness about the origin of Christmas, Saint Nicholas and the reaction of some Christians to a holiday that initially set out to celebrate the birth of Christ.
I was even more surprised to learn, that if you anagram the word S.a.n.t.a. you can come up with the word S.a.t.a.n., and some Christians are actually associating this jolly old holiday image with the devil. Personally, I had never associated giving gifts to little children or a hearty laugh with Satan the devil, but I was open to discussing it. Wow!
Like millions, I grew up learning how Santa Claus knows when you are sleeping, he knows when you’re awake. He knows when you are bad or good.
But I also grew up believing these were the attributes of God Almighty. Bible verses like Ecclesiastes 12:14, says, “God will judge everything we do, even what is done in secret, whether good or bad.” — CEV
See Hebrews 4:13.
Many adults still believe the image of Santa Claus there all lining up at the Malls for a photo opp. But a google search on the Origins of Santa and Xmas may change your view or maybe not. Here’s the Q. What if everything linked to these pagan practices, now associated with the birth of Christ, is just as much an anagram in spirit as the word S.a.n.t.a. might be for the word S.a.t.a.n.? It’s something to think about. Why? .
Because of what Jesus said at John 4:23. Knowing the truth can set us free. It gives us choices about pleasing God and where to draw the line. Happily, only God can judge us in our worship to Him. .
After all, who else can really know when we are bad or good to reward us for our faith in Him?
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"No man has the right to be an amateur in the matter of physical training. It is a shame for a man to grow old without seeing the beauty and strength of which his body is capable." -Socrates
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10 Fear thou not; for I am with thee, be not dismayed; for I am thy God, I will strengthen thee; yea, I will help thee; yea, I will uphold thee with the right hand of my righteousness
#tb I'd like to think that I made some progress, but probably not I'm weaker and up 30lbs (not muscle😂😥)
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