Guest: Omar Gamez | Bob Moffitt interviews Omar Gamez. "When I started going, I didn't know what was inside of me, I didn't know that I was a magnet to the kids. All of sudden I find myself playing with 10 people, with different backgrounds, different cultures", Omar says referring to young people who gather at a community park. "As much as I like basketball, I started praying, 'I'm not here for me. If you want to use me, use me, and open my eyes to see these kids the way you see these kids.'" He continues, "Everything is discipleship." "We built a culture of honor. It can be very competitive." Omar comments, "If I'm not doing what is significant, which is mentoring others, helping others, loving others... one way to start is being present in the community. If you start loving them and bringing the culture of heaven... it's not about winning; friendship is more important than winning the game."