Buffalo Wild Wings Last Night

Written by evan on July 31, 2007 at 9:52 AM

Fastball Reaction Time

Written by evan on July 22, 2007 at 10:01 PM

I found this site, that simulates a 90mph fastball pitch. It shows you reaction time and if you would connect with the ball or not.
Fastball Reaction Time

Here is my fastest time.

Sunday School - What is Worship

Written by evan on at 8:45 AM

What are some different ways someone can worship God?
Tell others about God.
Loving people.
Anything good you do.


Written by evan on July 21, 2007 at 9:52 PM

I went to my first Bagelfest tonight, and i lost 2 dollars in the coin pusher.

at nascamp

Written by evan on July 16, 2007 at 8:30 PM

about 800 jr. high and sr. highers at teen camp this week.

first softball game in a while

Written by evan on July 13, 2007 at 10:09 PM

i had a hard time hitting the ball tonight. seemed like i couldn't the ball in the air. but finally at my 5th at bat, i hit one down the right field line, and got an inside the park home-run. then 2 at bats later, i did the same thing. except this time, as i ran across home plate, and as i was high 5ing the team, and walking into the dugout, i got pegged in the back with the ball. i guess the other team had slow reactions or something.

healthy in el salvador

Written by evan on July 5, 2007 at 6:11 PM

wasnt able to blog yesterday because of a crazy schedule. that, and there was always some native on the one computer at the hotel. we had a 3 hour break yesterday for lunch due to an emergency teachers meeting at a school. so they sent all the students home. so we took a boat ride on a lake up near the guatemala border. it was $10 for a half hour boat ride for 12 people. the water was pee warm, but it was cool because we were able to see an active volcano.

last night then we showed the god man video at a church to about 200 or 300 people, and i spoke briefly afterwards.

today, we were in front of tons of students. but one school we showed up at, was closed down this morning because of dungay fever (sp) fever. the government came in and did a health inspection. guys were dressed in military uniforms with these huge machines that looked like leaf blowers. not sure what they did.

we actually went back to that school in the afternoon, and they had class, so we were able to do our presentation.

going to take some people to an internet cafe, so i gotta jet.

sweatin in el salvador

Written by evan on July 3, 2007 at 6:29 PM

forgot to say that there was an earthquake here in santa ana yesterday, but we didnt feel it because we were riding a bumpy bus.

today was another day of schools. i think my jeans are going to have holes in them by the end of the trip. it seems like every drama im in, somehow i end up on the concrete.

we actually hit a couple things with the bus we rode today. we backed up into a concrete pillar at a school, and also into a basketball hoop. our drive is not very good.

this is my third trip to latin america in 4 years. and this year is the first year i have seen students have cell phones. so many of them are wanting to take pictures of us.

day 2 from el salvador

Written by evan on July 2, 2007 at 10:59 PM

i have been sweating since 6am when i got up today. the only place that is air conditioned is our hotel room, which we are in for 7 or 8 hours of the day. we were able to be in front of 1400 students today from k to 9th.

everyone is healthy here, we have had some really good meals. and only 1 bad one. plus we had sorbete de leche today. ice cream.

i dont have a lot of time, i need to get some sleep.

from el salvador

Written by evan on July 1, 2007 at 11:44 PM

Buenos dias. I am literally sitting in this closet that we found that has the internet. I will be able to update briefly every once in a while.

I got to Santa Ana yesterday with a little trouble. Since i joined on the trip late, i purchased my airline seperate from the group, and i accidentally put the wrong date on my flight to san salvador, el salvador by a day. so when i got to the ticket counter on june 30, my ticket was actually for june 29. doh.

so i had to go on stand by for both of my flights. the flight from chicago to miami was overbooked by 5 people, so that meant that 6 had to not show up for me to make the flight. i made the flight!

then in miami the flight to san salvador was overbooked by 5 people again! and this time, they had a confirmed 166 people had checked in that day with luggage for the flight that holds 166. so my only chance of making the flight with the team (and the only flight to el salvador for the day) was that if someone didnt make it from ticketing to the gate.

i waited and waited as the plane and the team loaded the plane. there was one person who was on the flight, and they kept paging and paging for the person by name. and finally the person didnt show up, and i made the flight. whew!

as i entered the plane, the whole team clapped and cheered. if i would not have made the flight i would have been stranded in miami airport for 24 hours, and a day late on the trip.

god really humbled me thru the experience of me putting the wrong date on the ticket. but i really feel that god provided for me to make both flights.

as a result i was able to preach at a church service at an assemblies of god church here in santa ana to about 150 people.

i talked about jesus walking on water, and peter falling in the water, after he tried to walk on water. jesus tells peter that he doesnt have faith. im not too sure he was talking about peters lack of faith in jesus, because jesus was doing fine. but i think he was talking about peters lack of faith in himself. that he needed to have faith in himself, and believe that he can be like jesus, and do what jesus does.

i have a leaders meeting in 7 hours, and then we are off to distribute some books of hope to students all day.

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