The Unsung Heroes of Church At The Ballpark

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  1. Danny K says:

    Another awesome dude, who sadly I don’t know his name. Helped out with both setup and teardown of the stage/production equipment. Big curly hair. It wasn’t until about halfway through teardown (ie. after spending almost all day Saturday and half the afternoon Sunday with him) that I realized that he wasn’t one of professionals that came with the stage, but rather a volunteer from North Raleigh. Dude was a beast!

  2. Tracey says:

    My family invited an ‘unchurched’ family to the ballpark. (The mom was saved 4 months ago, the dad is not a believer.) Two years ago, the mom spent some time in counseling. During that time, her psychiatrist pointed her to the Summit website and spent the appointment time explaining faith, grace, and mercy. The counseling stopped about a year ago, but it’s not the end of the story. Fast forward to Sunday..she and her family stop by one of the ‘first time visitor’ tents. Who is there to welcome her family and give the bag of info?? Her psychiatrist!!! Talk about super cool! They are joining us on Sunday at Summit BCC…I love how God works!

  3. Zack says:

    Brandon from my small group who helped with setup, tear down, and was doing security in the concourse DURING the event, so he didn’t actually get to see any of it. All with a smile on his face.

    And Jen, on our volunteer team, who dropped what she was doing and drove to the store to load up her car with water so that our volunteers wouldn’t get dehydrated.

    And my wife, who worked her butt off even though she was sick.

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