Hot Dogs, Baseball and…

Tonight our family went to the Durham Bulls baseball game. There’s nothing like a nice warm (ok it was HOT… 97 degrees) summer evening eating a hot dog and watching a minor league baseball game. Durham Bulls (AAA team for the Tampa Bay Rays) played against the Lehigh Iron Pigs (AAA team for the Philadelphia Phillies). Before the game we enjoyed Hawk Nelson in concert and later my favorite group of all time… Veggietales.

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By the wayour God and Country Celebration! is only one week away. Sunday, July 6 at 9:15 and 11:15am we will be having a big time party at C3. The Dale Earnhardt Jr. #88 car will be on campus at C3, we will have free snow cones for the kids, awesome music and I will be speaking.

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The reason why Dale Jr.’s car will be here is because his sponsor is the National Guard. As a part of the celebration we will be collecting care boxes for the NC Guard serving in Iraq and Afghanistan. I believe this will be one of the most amazing weekends we have ever had at C3.

  • Rod

    How awesome it is to live in a free country!
    I am very thankful C3 will be recognizing the “Citizen Soldiers” of the N.C. National Guard, their families, and the veterans who have come before us, so me and my family can live in freedom in the BEST country on the planet.
    Happy 4th of July Holiday.
    GOD BLESS AMERICA!

  • I am praying for your church this weekend! May God be Glorified thru this HUGE event!

  • Al Sutton

    Brother Matt,
    No need to respond to this message as I know that you are busy with all you have on your plate at this point in your life, but could not let pass an incident that occurred this evening. Tonight I was riding around and listening to The Light, 103.9 FM and heard a
    plug for C3. How VERY proud I was that C3 was being mentioned on a Black Gospel station. You are preparing Johnston County and the world to meet a God that loves “us all.” I am so very proud of C3, yourself and Martha for “going where no man has gone before”(so to speak) in Johnston County. Wow!!! You and God are amazing this “wretch like me!!” KEEP IT UP!!!! See ya, al.