20 runners dribbling a basketball 5 miles each spanning 100 miles across New York City and New Jersey to stop the genocide in Sudan-ONLY AT BALL FOR LIVES!!

On Sunday, October 11th, our first dribbler will begin at 6 a.m. on 60th Street and Boulevard East in West New York, NJ (directly across the Hudson River from Midtown Manhattan). The ball will be dribbled 5 miles south where another dribbler will be waiting to take it the next 5 miles past Hoboken into Jersey City. 20 different runners will dribble a basketball 5 miles each as we run through all 5 boroughs of NYC and back over the George Washington Bridge into New Jersey. At 9 p.m. we will arrive back at 60th Street as the 100 Mile Challenge is completed. Amazing how far God takes our dreams for Him right??

With each dribbler, we will have another runner run along side. We will also have at least 10 people getting involved in miscellaneous responsibilities such as taking pictures and videos, handing out postcards, cheering, and handing out water. That’s 50 total people involved in making this happen-what an opportunity to make a huge difference!

So what are we using this opportunity for? Genocide has been taking place for years in Sudan. Hundreds of thousands have been killed, and 2.7 million have been displaced. This is the genocide of our time. The world slept on Rwanda in the 90’s-it’s our time to do something about Sudan.

Our goal is to have each participant find 20 people to donate $5 each (just as 20 of us are dribbling 5 miles each). If 50 people raise $100 apiece, we’ll have $5000 to benefit the people of Sudan. We’ve picked 4 solid organizations working to stop the genocide politically or help save the lives of the 2.7 million displaced:

Save Darfur

World Vision

Samaritan’s Purse

Global Response Network

Throw Bethesda Outreach into the mix (which we want to see spread throughout Africa), and we’ve got 5 organizations to send $1000 each to.

We want this effort (along with everything we do) to be an inspiring picture of the Church of Jesus Christ: children of God coming together to be used of Him to offer life in this dying world. Help us accomplish just that.

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  1. avatar Steven Says:

    I’m really looking forward to helping out with event. By the way I still think the video would have been better with a person dancing in the background.

  2. avatar occh Says:

    You did have nice moves man! You’re going to be a huge help Steve. Great to see what God is doing in your life. Thanks for coming along with us!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)

  3. avatar Karen Occh Says:

    Only God can pull off this challenge, but thanks to each one who will play a part in this awesome vision!

  4. avatar Michael Davis Says:

    Occh! This is awesome. I can’t wait to hear the big things coming from this. Keep changing the world man!

  5. avatar Peter and Cheryl Says:

    100 miles for man – difficult. 100 miles for God – piece of cake! God bless thie event, everyone who participates and everyone who will seek him more becaue of this.
    You go guys! Whoohoo!!!
    Peter & Cheryl

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  8. avatar Kimberly Menjivar Says:

    I would want to join and get involve.
    By the way ,remember Im the girl in Mr. Gonzales class who really want to join and help out with this topic about sending money to help those innocent girls in Sudan. So ,I would love to join Daniel.Send me a email , when young people can join and help out in the Marathons.

  9. avatar Kevin Says:

    i will definately will be helping out with this event.

  10. avatar Kevin Says:

    and good luck to all the runners!!!!!!!!! :)

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