- The excitement outside before we even got into the stadium was contagious
- The weather couldn't have been better
- We LOUDLY proclaimed the gospel in the center of our city
- I worshipped while holding Benjamin in my arms and holding Ezekiel's hand. I tear up now thinking of how my prayer is that one day our boys and our growing baby will be in heaven with Rae worshipping Jesus.
- We were led in worship by all our worship leaders and it was beautiful.
- I had no one sitting around me that I typically go to church with, Summit En Espanol and Cary campuses around me.
- I heard praises being sung to our Savior in Spanish behind and beside me while Raudel the Spanish campus pastor led worship
- We saw parents, children, husbands, wives, long time church attenders, college students, former Hindus and Muslims baptized (one of which came that morning as a Muslim in full garb and heard and accepted God's grace)
- We sat and ate hotdogs and fries while watching the last few people getting baptized (not typical I know, but two kids and pregnant girl were DYING for food)
- Over 1000 people helped to set up and tear down in order for us to have church in a ball park- this was one of the most amazing things for me, just knowing the sacrifices that people made for the sake of others getting to hear the gospel
OK, onto the pictures:
We could hear the music bing played from the parking deck. The crowd counted down for the gates to be open and then people flooded into the stadium
As people fond their seats, our campus pastors did a little sumo wrestling. Danny almost died
Two of the pastors showing their mad sumo skills
Super cool pic from homeplate