Vince Nauss presents Baseball Chapel's Bowie Kuhn Award to Major League Baseball umpire, Ted Barrett, at baseball's annual winter meetings.
Stallings is well-above league average when it
comes to his faith.
Each Sunday, Chapel Ministers deliver chapel services to both home and visiting teams. Throughout baseball, over 3000 players, coaches, and non-uniform personnel attend every week.
Chapel Ministers also reach out to the umpires of professional baseball each Sunday, conducting chapel services for them, sharing God's Word with them, and praying for their needs.
Women's Ministry Leaders reach out to support the wives and girlfriends of the players, conducting chapel services for them and their children, and delivering Bible Studies during the week.
Chapel Ministers also hold Sunday chapel services for ballpark employee such as ushers, security personnel, front office personnel, and many others who work at the stadiums.
Baseball Chapel's ministry extends to professional leagues and academies in Mexico, Venezuela, Puerto Rico, Nicaragua and the Dominican Republic.
Over 600 people serve with us leading chapel
services, conducting Bible studies, and discipling
men and women.
One aspect of Baseball Chapel's vision is to see
players use their platform to share their faith with
Brent Suter shares how his faith helps
him overcome "the grind" of the season.
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