Deception abounds in sports; ESPN...Entertainment first then Sports second. The fix is in. It's all about the almighty dollar to them. Selling all the merchandise is one thing, how bout knowing that 8-10x more revenue is rolled in from gambling! It's all sick and twisted. Life is about Jesus Christ folks and becoming born again. Do not waste another day living the lie. Jesus is the Truth!
Mt 10:28 "And fear not them which kill the body, but are not able to kill the soul: but rather fear him which is able to destroy both soul and body in hell."
Ex 20:3 "Thou shalt have no other gods before me."
John: 3. 16. For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.
I love seeing the popular share Jesus. Jesus did die for all but it's up to us to receive the gift as I shared in a recent video;
What a great movie this is. I pray this man gets another chance in the NFL. Here are some great stills from the movie.
They made a "Tim Treebow" tree sculpture of Tim at a restaurant.
In his playoff win vs Pittsburgh he threw for 316 yards and averaged 31.6 yards per pass. Praise God!
EXCLUSIVE: Broncos, Seahawks prioritize their faith, their football.
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This is what it's all about folks. Sharing Jesus, and there is no greater platform to do it on then at the Super Bowl! I love it.
Mandela has been a Methodist Christian and has consistently proclaimed his commitment to Christ as his Lord throughout his adult life. - See more here...
In a 2005 USA Today article the California native says he grew up in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, but eventually left the Mormon faith. According to Walker's biography on IMDb he became a non-denominational Christian later in life. Read more..
We are only saved by becoming born again folks. Good works gets us no where but eternity without God.
FR: What about your Christian testimony? You grew up in church, but was there ever a time when you made a deeper commitment to God?
Barry Sanders: Yes, after college. Like I said, I grew up in church; I was baptized in the eighth grade, but I didn’t really understand what it meant. Then it was in college that I really had my faith tested. It was there I found out how lacking my faith was. I reached a kind of breaking point. Then I met some people who challenged me to a greater commitment – people who really loved God and were walking with God with no compromise. They weren’t afraid to get in my face and challenge me. That’s the point when I was saved.
I was really influenced through my upbringing, but then I came to a point where I had to repent for a lot of things. This happened after my last year of college, before I began playing in the NFL.
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson espoused about his Christian faith in a recent documentary entitled “The Making of a Champion.” In the video, Wilson, 24, describes how he found God at the age of 14.
“I had a dream that my dad passed away and that Jesus came into the room and he was basically knocking on my door, saying, ‘Hey, you need to find out more about me,’” Wilson said. “So that Sunday morning I ended up going to church and that’s when I got saved.”
Unfortunately the dream was a foreshadowing of sorts because Wilson’s father died six years later.
Wilson also explained in the video that he was a “bad kid” and that his Christian faith helped him to mature.
“I think that got me through a lot of adversity … because I used to beat up kids and bite kids and do stuff all the time,” Wilson said.
The star quarterback thanks God for the talent God has given him.
“No one can stop what God has for you,” Wilson said.
Seahawks’ Clint Gresham, Russell Okung and Chris Maragos and coaches Sherman Smith and Rocky Seto appeared in the documentary, too. -Source
Read about it here. Randall Cunningham, Senior Pastor
Pastor Randall was born in Santa Barbara, California. He is the youngest of 4 siblings, Sam, Anthony, and Bruce. After becoming an All American football player at UNLV, Randall spent 11 seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles before calling it quits. Randall married Felicity de Jager of Johannesburg South Africa. They are the proud parents of four children. During the 1996 season with the Eagles he met Minister Troy Johnson. Troy spent quality time mentoring Randall. "During my time off from playing ball, I wanted a relationship with someone who would teach me accountability, and as I spent quality time with Troy, I learned hands-on that being a servant of God meant more than calling myself a Christian. He constantly poured truth into my life. He taught me consecration, fasting, and how to spend quality time seeking the heart of God. He was divinely appointed to challenge me to go deeper in the things of the spirit."
After spending a year and a half traveling, evangelizing, and sharing his testimony, Randall returned to the NFL to play for the Minnesota Vikings. It was there he met Team Chaplain, Reverend Keith Johnson. Keith is the founder of C.A.U.S.E (Christian Athletes United for Spiritual Empowerment) Randall and Felicity were so influenced by the Christ in Keith that they joined his ministry and became members of the Board of Directors. Having spent time growing as a couple together in ministry, Randall became the Most Valuable Player of the NFL for the 3rd time in 13 years. It was during the 1998 off-season that he started a bible study in his Las Vegas home. Six years later it became what is now Remnant Ministries.
After spending 8 years under the direction of John Michaels, senior pastor of Calvary Chapel Spring Valley, Randall was ordained a pastor. "It was a long time coming. I was told I would be a pastor when I was a child. It was a prophetic message that has now come to fruition. I love people, and desperately want to see them come to know Christ. My desire is to pour out all that God pours into me. By doing so the heart of Jesus will be felt, and many will come to know the Savior of the world. It was He who gave His life as a ransom for all who would believe in His name. And, as long as we remain heavenly minded, He will accomplish His will through us."
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"Good people" don't get to Heaven, only saved ones do. Are you saved from your sins by true faith in Jesus Christ?