Jim Bramblett attaches Bill Hassel's "Hi I'm Bill!" flag to his wheelchair as Pastor Bill waves at the second annual ALS Stroll-Roll "n" Run Sunday. Pastor Bill has ALS and gives his sermons through his model talker. Hundreds of participants came to the ALS event inspired by Pastor Bill himself.

Pastor Bill Hassel during his sermon as it is spoken through his model talker at the second annual ALS Stroll-Roll "n" Run Sunday. "Please accept my apology for my digital voice. ALS has robbed my voice, but not me. Now, a preacher who cannot talk is about as useless as a dog who cannot bark," Hassel said through his Model Talker. "But, thank the Lord, with the ingenuity of recording devices ... you can now hear me speak what I type. Look, I'm speaking, and my lips are not moving. And you call me handicapped!"

Children sprint for the finish line during the Fun Run for kids at the second annual ALS Stroll-Roll "n" Run Sunday.

Haley Horton, 2, hydrates prior to her stroll in the second annual ALS Stroll-Roll "n" Run Sunday.

Walkers stroll their way through the second annual ALS Stroll-Roll "n" Run Sunday.

Pastor Bill Hassel rolls his way into second as the crowds cheer him on during the wheelchair races at the second annual ALS Stroll-Roll "n" Run Sunday.