There Is No “Panic” In Team

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  1. samantha says:

    you guys (and girl!) were amazing. thank you for all the time and work that you put into everything you do! it is my absolute pleasure to serve under you on the first impressions team each week 🙂

  2. Sam says:

    Amazing team. I saw them all handle this event like pros and at some point interacted with each one on a practical “hey, I need to know the answer to THIS” level. Studs every one of you. Thank you.


  3. Matt says:

    Beautiful team! They make awesome friends as well. Thankful for all of you!

  4. Zack says:

    Bravo to these awesome folks as well as to our leadership at large.

    My wife and I had the opportunity to spend 4 hours in a ‘volunteer’ role and what made it awesome is that everyone I encountered completely owned the mission.

    Their goal wasn’t to get credit or check off a box. The goal was, “Man it’s going to be awesome when those baptism tanks get going. How can I help make this work?”

    Somehow, my wife found herself delegating tasks to other volunteers and one of her favorite moments of the day was when someone came up at the end of the event and said “Thank you so much for giving me something to do. I’m so thankful I got to play a part in this day.”

    The volunteer culture at the Summit is an evidence of God’s grace to our church.

  5. Jen T. says:

    I love this post! Thank you to you guys (and super important girl…every team needs a girl like Kristy) for serving with such diligence and grace. You made it possible for someone like me to just show up. Lives were changed because of you working behind the scenes.

  6. Gary King says:

    The day could not have been better. This was all due to the LORD Blessing the day and the Leaders responding to the call for service.

  7. Kenn Lucas says:

    One true mark of a great event, especially of this magnitude, is when attendees don’t truly notice how much effort went into the planning and execution of said event. What a vivid testimony of how our Lord used and empowered each of you (including you Danny) to make Church at the Ballpark seamless. Thank you all! Serve Strong!

  8. Anisa says:

    You all were AWESOME! You all poured your heart and soul into getting the ballpark ready and for everything to run as smoothly as possible. Thank you all and you too Danny for all your hard work behind the scenes. It was an amazing feat of organization and planning. 🙂

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