Testimonies

Nakaela Feagin-Hooks, Track and Field, University of Florida

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Today cancer is known as a death sentence. Yet, God used cancer, a flesh death sentence, to save me from the ultimate penalty, my spiritual death sentence.

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Chase Whitley, New York Yankees, Pitcher

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I had made the decision in spring to finally give my career over to God instead of letting baseball control my life. He showed me there is nothing I can do and everything He can do.

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Philip Murphy, Sports Journalist, ESPN

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Jesus is the Way, the Truth, the Life (John 14:6). We’re not promised a comfortable existence – in fact, as Christians we’re promised difficulty. But we take heart in a victory already claimed by Jesus (John 16:33). And we know that – no matter how horrible or seemingly unjust – nothing is greater than the One whom we serve (Rom 8:28).

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Taylor Mims, Southeastern Louisiana Univ., Basketball

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Whoever this is for, God knows your name. If you’ve been putting your identity in anything or anyone else except for Jesus, please surrender it to Him. He wants to be your one desire. Deuteronomy 31:8 says he will never leave or forsake us!

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Anthony Finzo, Evangel University, Football

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Here I am, a senior Defensive Back at Evangel University enjoying my final season before graduation. This is my unashamed testimony: God always has a plan, God will always provide when we chase after Him first, and God is the reason I live.

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Nick Monaghan, Mizzou Football

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It never ceases to amaze me what The Lord has provided in my life. Even at times when you feel down and completely out The Lord is always up to something and is using you for His glory. I am reminded by Psalms 37:4 which says “Delight yourself also in the LORD: and he shall give you the desires of your heart.”

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Lou Nanne, Minnesota Wild Draft pick, Hockey

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“Here I am today, a Christian playing hockey, not a hockey player who happens to be Christian. God guys and God girls must be bold, humble, and forgiving. We are all sinners saved by grace and must all live our lives as a living testimony – pointing our successes to God.” – Lou Nanne

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Emily Crane, Mizzou/Junior USA Softball 2013

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“I’ll never forget my mom coming to me and saying “Emily this is gonna test your faith. How big is your God?” And something there sparked. I instantly wanted to know God better than I did then. From then on my faith took off! “

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Trey Rossman, Morningside College Football/Wrestling

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Then I read a verse from the book of Proverbs: Trust in the Lord with ALL your heart and lean not on your own understanding; and in ALL your ways acknowledge him, and he will make your paths straight. I understood the situation that was dealt to me, and that is where I fully gave my life to God. I accepted that I am Second in life, and that God is first, no matter the circumstances

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Gebben Miles – World Champion, Professional Sporting Clays Shooter

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God completely broke me of my pride and living a life apart from Him. Jesus pulled me from the darkness I was living in and made me His child. He gave me a new identity and I’ve learned how to use shooting as an act of worship toward my Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

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