“Name two things that catch and many that please.” (Think of Johnny Carson’s skit, Carnac the Magnificent). This is the typical set-up for the RR event with the individual Godhead worded helmets atop the large cones identifying the three separate rows of participants. Notice how the runners are switching the ball from one side of their body to the other, thereby protecting the ball (Jesus/Word) from potential worldly worded cone tacklers. The nets have specific football related numbers as targets. Number 1 represents hearing the Word of God (an extra point). Number 2 represents believing the Word of God (a safety). Number 3 represents repentance (a field goal). Of course, number 6 represents confession (a touchdown). And the fifth minnow nets are marked with a Capital “B” representing baptism (added later and not pictured in this shot). Behind the nets are three bucket-lists pails that the participants throw into. It’s difficult to master, but so is God’s commands to be holy, perfect, and righteous. Almost everybody realizes the more difficulty there is in achieving an objective-the more merit there is in overcoming it. Amen? Amen.