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One more rep: UMHB football player honors brother’s recovery

BELTON, Texas (BP) – “One” isn’t a big number. In fact, it’s the smallest positive integer, barely enough to count. Just one more isn’t a whole lot.

Tennessee quarterback and brother use NIL money to produce children’s book on Scripture

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (BP) — Before he became the Heisman frontrunner leading the most feared offense in college football for the nation’s top-ranked team, Hendon Hooker thought it would be nice to write a children’s book.

Former Houston Baptist University quarterback pushes for MNF start

NASHVILLE (BP) – In his three (and some) seasons as quarterback for Houston Baptist University, Bailey Zappe turned a lot of heads in the Huskies’ Air Raid passing offense on his way to becoming the school’s first NFL Draft pick.

Auburn basketball coach shares thoughts on Israel, Jewish faith at Alabama church

OPELIKA, Ala. (BP) – Pastor Jeff Meyers told his church Oct. 16 that their event that evening felt a little bit like the beginning of a joke – what happens when a Jewish basketball coach and a Baptist pastor walk into a room?

North Greenville University mourns death of baseball player

TIGERVILLE, S.C. (BP) – A North Greenville University baseball player’s death in his off-campus apartment came about from natural causes, according to the initial indications of an ongoing investigation.

Cincinnati church soon to open professional-quality soccer complex

CINCINNATI, Ohio (BP) – Jamie Trascritti, lead pastor of First Baptist Church Newtown, says the construction of a professional-quality soccer field on the church’s property serves as a symbol of its recent revitalization.

Ouachita Baptist defensive lineman Clark Yarbrough dies

ARKADELPHIA, Ark. (BP) – Ouachita Baptist University senior Clark Yarbrough, a 21-year-old starting defensive lineman on the school’s football team, died Sunday morning, Sept. 4, after a sudden collapse.

N.Y. churches prepare to minister during Winter World University Games

LAKE PLACID, N.Y. (BP) – As the areas around Upstate New York prepare to host the Winter World University Games in January, Southern Baptist churches are preparing to serve.

Keeping it onside, church converts basement into soccer field

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (BP) – Church basements are known for many things. Serving as a converted fellowship hall. Storage for old Sunday School materials or 1970s-era puppets. Strictly off limits for lock-ins.

Tony and Lauren Dungy: On faith and family, football and race, winning and losing

(RNS) — Retired NFL coach Tony Dungy and his wife Lauren see the key parts of their life — football and family — as forms of ministry.