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Baptist collegians in Utah witness during class break

SALT LAKE CITY (BP)--Opting for an unusual way to spend a break from classes, four University of Utah students traveled to the 2002 Winter Olympics and, instead of attending any competitions, they shared the gospel.

Baptist’s memoirs from BYU debuts in time for the Olympics

SALT LAKE CITY (BP)--After visiting the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City and being impressed by the scope of Mormon hospitality and the appeal to the senses prompted by bright spires and clean-cut morality, many visitors may wonder, "So why aren't they considered Christians?"

Brother & sister’s joy blesses 69-year-old witness in Utah

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Mama Jean
"Mama" Jean Prather, right, of Action Ministries International shares the Jesus Pin with a young boy at Park City, Utah. Prather, a member of First Baptist Church, Clinton, Miss., is pictured at one of the ski venues during the 2002 Winter Olympics. Photo courtesy of Action Ministries Int.
      SALT LAKE CITY (BP)--"Mama" Jean Prather had already shared the gospel with countless people Feb. 16 when she encountered a family with a young boy and girl who were in Salt Lake City for the 2002 Winter Olympics.
      Prather, 69, related the story of Noah's ark only to discover the children were already familiar with it.
      She watched their eyes spark as she began to relate the story behind the "Jesus pin" in her hand. As she reached the color green, representing growth, she explained they could grow in Christ through reading the Bible, praying and associating with others who have a shared faith.

FIRST-PERSON: A visit with Alzheimer’s patients: from anger & confusion to faith

SALT LAKE CITY (BP)--She was seated in a chair in the lobby when I walked in. She turned her head toward me, our eyes met for a brief moment and she smiled.