It is the start of a new season again for the Canadian Motocross
Nationals. This weekend, we started round one in Kamloops, British
Columbia.

This year, we have Cade Clason in MX1 back on the team again and Josh
Osby in MX2 who is our newest addition. For the Eastern rounds, we
will have Eric Jeffery returning to compete in the MX1 class. Our
riders have worked exceptionally hard throughout the pre-season and we
are looking forward to another successful season of ministry and
motocross racing.

Sunday Devotion

At the riders meeting devotion, I shared from Isaiah 43 about new
roads and new rivers.

There’s something about the start of a new season that is exciting and
fresh. But it’s interesting how we often like to hold onto the things
of the past. The good and bad.

Some of us may look back on last season and say, ‘thank God that’s done
and over with,’ while others might say, ‘last season was a good one.’
We all look forward to a new season with excitement and anticipation
because it’s a fresh canvas – Full of possibilities, looking forward to
the opportunity ahead.

Isaiah 43 says:
“Do not remember the former things, Nor consider the things of old.
Behold, I will do a new thing, Now it shall spring forth; Shall you
not know it? I will even make a road in the wilderness and rivers in
the desert.”

Don’t just listen to this with your ears. Listen with your soul and
your heart.. your inner being. Apply this to your life moving forward.

First half says:
“Do not remember the former things, Nor consider the things of old.
Behold, I will do a new thing”
Do you expect God to do a new thing in your life this season?  The new
thing God wants to bring you to, is not behind you, it’s in front of
you.

What you focus on, you give power to. If you focus on the past, even
if it was a great year, you are limiting God to the things of the
past. God still has better things ahead of you that are fresh and new.

There are many examples in the Bible of how God has done great things
and He will do them again.

Second half of the verse says:
“I will even make a road in the wilderness and rivers in the desert.”

Why are new roads built? The purpose of a road is to get to a
destination. Therefore the road is built for a purpose. God has new
purpose for us.

What is the purpose of a river? A river is a source of provision. It
brings provision to a new place. God will provide for you.

The road signifies purpose and the river signifies provision. And with
God’s purpose comes God’s provision.

May this season lead to new roads of purpose and new rivers of provision.

II Corinthians 5:17 NKJV
“Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; old things
have passed away; behold, all things have become new.”

When we become a new creation in Christ, we put the past behind us and
look forward to the new life we have with Christ.

It’s not about getting God on our side. It’s about us getting on God’s
side. There’s a big difference between the two… When God is on our
side- He is our saviour. And when we get on God’s side – He is our
Lord. We often focus to much on getting God on our side when we should
be focusing on getting on God’s side.

I want to challenge you in this new season, to first – get God on your
side by accepting him into your life and His forgiveness of sin. Then,
get on God’s side by making him your Lord by asking Him everyday “lead
me today in the path you would have me go, so that I may have new
roads of purpose and new rivers of provision.”

Race Results

#787 Josh Osby:
In the first moto, he got a poor jump off the gate but was able to put
himself into 4th by the second corner. He passed up to 2nd, but on the
last lap, had a big crash in the rollers dropping back to 3rd. In the
second moto, he got out of the gate clean and grabbed the holeshot.
His grip strength was weak from injuring his hand in the first moto
but he held on to finish 3rd. 3-3 for 3rd overall. Tied for 2nd in
points.






#7 Cade Clason:
In both motos, Cade got good starts. In the first moto, he
struggled with bike setup a bit, finishing 11th. The team made some
bike changes for moto two making him more comfortable and his results
showed it, finishing 8th. 11-8 for 9th overall.






Our ministry and race team would not be possible without the
tremendous generosity and support of our growing sponsors. Our
primary goal is to share Christ’s love on, and off the track, and to
provide a compassionate ear, and heart. The truth of Jesus never fails
to provide hope. Thanks again to all those people who provide their
time, money, and prayers. Have a great week!

Current Sponsors:
Redemption Racing, GP Bikes, KTM Canada, SSI Decals, Jeffery Homes,
Boot Trucking, Westwood’s Contracting, Manalco Contracting, All
Weather Windows, Wild West Fencing, Spectro Oils, Dunlop, Hot Cams,
Hot Rods, Pivot Works, Vertex, Evans Coolant, Mika Metals, Matrix,
Gamma, FMF, Dubya, ETS race fuels,