August 6, 2007

Exclusive: Scott Paschal Sees a Shrink!!!

Posted in christian tennis, Christian Tennis Academy, Christian Tennis Player, christian tennis sport psychology, Fellowship, ICTA Women's Christian Pro Tennis Team, melody snelen, Parent Coach Relationship, rachel snelen, Scott Paschal Tennis, Teamwork, Typical Parent Visit to ICTA at 1:12 pm by Scott Paschal

Chuck, Chris’s Dad, Visiting Scott Paschal

It’s Saturday night. As I reflect over this amazing, God blessed week I thought I’d check in with you. God is so good.

I’d like you to meet a couple of my friends, Chuck and Chris. Chuck is Chris’ dad. I coached Chris full time last summer. I’ve known them both for about 4 years.

Chuck is a psychologist and on staff at a large church in the Southern USA. Chris’ mom is a Medical Doctor.

These pics were taken a couple of weeks ago. They came by again today. Chuck and I spend a lot of time talking. We made some neat plans for ICTA while Chris and Mark headed out to the tennis courts and played a 5 set match. Mark won 6-3 in the 5th.

I really enjoy having the parents of my students visit my home. It’s good to have the friendships last even after the kid leaves.

Tomorrow is church! I love going to church. The church I attend is great. After church we all usually go out to eat, shop a little, and go see a movie before driving back to Palm Coast.

I think the plan for tomorrow is for us to film an ICTA Video after church before we go out to eat. We’ll talk about the ICTA Women’s Pro Tennis Team’s wonderful mission trip to the Legg Masson Tennis Classic in Washington DC!  Last week, Melody Snelen led a mission trip to the Legg Mason Tennis Classic.  Rachel Snelen and Emma Hustad journied with her as their teamwork shared fellowship with players worldwide.

The girls literally took over the player’s lounge areas as basically all the top ATP players received a free Gospel of John (The Message Version). You would be in shock to learn who they hit with, swapped phone numbers with, talked with… God used them in such huge ways.

There is so much I could write. But, I’ll let them tell you on the video!

God bless,

Scott Paschal

ICTA Students in Scott Paschal’s Kitchen


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