My teammate Travis Ishikawa testified at Giants Fellowship Day last August.
It’s so powerful! He testifies to staying in the Word, even when the outlook isn’t very clear.
Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? Shall trouble or hardship or persecution or famine or nakedness or danger or sword? Romans 8:35
Stay strong and hope, because God has a plan. With Him, all things are possible!
See you Thursday.
What a joyous, emotional, fulfilling World Series! Thank you so much for all of your support.
Here’s my blog from the Huffington Post. It ran Tuesday:
See you Monday.
I had the opportunity to blog at Huffington Post this week.
Check it out here.
Thank you for reading!
And thank you for supporting your teams. We’re getting ready for Game 3, Friday night in San Francisco! See you Monday.
Did you know that today is Game 5 of the NLCS?
Did you know that today is also World Food Day?
Did you know that one in nine people in the world do not have enough to eat?
A youth movement called 30-Hour Famine is working to raise money and awareness about global hunger. They go without food for a day, to fight for a hunger-free world.
When you read this infographic, you will bring these young people closer to their goal of raising awareness about hunger. All you have to do is read, and maybe explore this website. Reading honors their commitment, and helps change the world! Click the image for a larger size.
Thank you again for supporting your teams! See you Monday.
Why do I love to play baseball? It’s because I believe in the principle that no man shall live for himself. My success can help other people succeed, and I find my joy in doing that. You can too! Watch this to learn more:
The NLCS continues tomorrow in San Francisco. Thank you for supporting your team! See you Thursday.
As you probably know, we’re playing in the NLDS tomorrow. I’m focused!
Your support for your team means so much to the players. Whether you root for the Giants or another team, your support is awesome! It means so much to everyone in baseball to feel the support and involvement of our fans.
Let’s expand our love. Let’s expand its reach from baseball to youth in poverty areas. They need us. There are so many kids in this world who live in poverty, and they will flat-out blossom with our support. Take a moment to click this link and buy yourself an indestructible soccer ball. Take it to school or the park and play with your family and friends. Because when you do, the One World Futbol Project will donate another soccer ball to an organization working with young people in disadvantaged communities. Buy one, give one!
It’s so much fun to play! You laugh and have fun. You bond with your friends or your kids. You dream about the things you can do. And guess what? Kids in poverty will do the same.
You can save a life today!
Thanks, and see you Monday.
I’m taking the day off from my blog in order to focus on preparing for our Wednesday playoff game. In case you missed it, here’s Hunter Pence’s speech from yesterday. Just click on the title, “Hunter Pence Inspires.”
And say it with us! Yes! Yes! Yes!
Hunter Pence Inspires
See you Thursday.