Lots-a-links…

Ryan Hall
Ryan Hall, a very outspoken Christian, who’s also a pretty decent runner, is ready to go Sunday.

NFL chaplains
Time magazine did this story about NFL chaplains. There is a photo essay attached with pictures of John 3:16 in different scenarios. It was educational; I didn’t know that In-N-Out burger had the verse on the bottom of their cups.

Chris Coste
Took this blurb from the St. Paul Pioneer Press, about one of my favorite baseball players:

     Among those pulling for the Philadelphia Phillies to win the World Series over the Yankees is Chris Coste. The former Concordia-Moorhead baseball star played catcher for last season’s World Series champion Phillies and this year was optioned to the minor leagues, then claimed by Houston during the season.  Coste, 36, who has a lake home in northern Minnesota, still would get a World Series ring if Philadelphia wins and a nice share of the playoff pool.

Coste doesn’t delve into his faith in his book, but has been known to share it with groups. He’s presently looking for an employer, after being released by the Astros.

Jay Frank
This small college point guard is hoping to close out his career on a high note, but keeps his faith in the center of his life. Here’s about his Athletes in Action trip to Central America.

Sam Bradford
This Baylor columnist doesn’t think much of the University of Oklahoma quarterback’s decision to return to college, and this letter writer says she’s CRAZY

Bobby Richardson
Any regular reader of ChristianSportsOnline knows my feelings about the Yankees. However, there are some past greats on that team that are an inspiration. One of them is Bobby Richardson, who is still going strong

Albert Pujols
This former prison chaplain holds Albert Pujols up as an example on All Saints Day.

CSO and Tebow…
I’ve been told that CSO is being mentioned at midnight on www.Tebowseyeblack.com! Hope it’s nice.

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