Well, a significant anniversary passed last night without much notice, and it’s no one’s fault but my own. We had the 100th post on this fabulous little site. God has blessed matters, that’s for sure. It’s gone from a Word document, then a Word Document that was pasted into an email once a week, then a couple of times per week, then we went to the blog format. I see one more change on the horizon. That’s when it goes to an actual site and that is within days. It will be an actual website, www.christiansportsonline.com Please understand, I’m not trying to beat my chest as I share this. This is all a God thing – period.
Please enjoy reading and thanks for the support,
Today, we’re turning things over to the ladies. The Women’s National Basketball Association just held their draft and several players who are Christians were drafted.
Oklahoma University’s Courtney Paris is going to play near her home in Northern California. She was selected by Sacramento Monarchs, who selected her with the seventh pick in the draft, sending Paris to the team she grew up watching. Here’s a video interview she had with Sharing the Victory magazine.
The San Antonio Silver Stars opened the second round by drafting Liberty University’s Megan Frazee with the 14th overall pick. Anyone who has seen many of the previous posts on here may have seen some of the many stories like this one from BPSports.net we’ve posted about Megan and her two sisters, part of the Frazee triplets.
Washington Mystics took Union University’s Josephine Owino with the 28th selection. Union University is a little Baptist school in Tennessee and this is a story from Kenya about Owino.