The Big Red Machine

Today marked the first official day of baseball camp in Lübbecke and it was quite the success. With nearly perfect temperatures in the mid-70s, more than 200 campers showed up this morning – about 120 for baseball and 80 for our cheer camp.

We opened this morning with a meeting between the coaches, translators and volunteers and I was tasked with leading our devotional of the day which covered Ephesians 2:8-10 – Grace through Faith. I stressed that baseball camp is more than a game and that this week is not about winning or losing. Rather, our primary focus here is to use baseball as the tool to glorify God by making disciples who transform the world.

My team, the Reds, is comprised of campers ranging between 15 and 18 and you can meet them by watching the below video. At work, one of our core values is One Team and the Reds are the perfect example of what that means. The entire group is highly supportive and many are camp four-year camp veterans.

Transitioning from a station leader to a coach has been a great experience and allows us to develop one-on-one relationships with our core group of campers while being intentional about discipleship. I’m really looking forward to seeing what the rest of the week has in store.

Q&A with Darryl Egley

While trying to upload a video interview yesterday, I realized that it would be a difficult task with a spotty internet connection. With that being said, I really liked the Q&A format that we had and wanted to continue that as the week moved along. However, today our audio is actually audible. Please listen below as I spoke with Darryl Egley about his experience at the baseball camp and what his outlook is for the remainder of the week.

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