It's as dependable as the Olympic Flame. Every two years the world's best athletes convene in a single city to compete for the honor of their countries, their families, and, for some, their God.
The games stay the same—give or take ...
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Allen Horner, are you living under the Law of the O.T.? Jesus set us free from the Law, my brother!
DAVID S Bard
Thanks of the info. D
What about other countries. This website is viewed world wide.
Can I assume from Allen Horner's statement that he would doubt very much a Christian athlete who competed on Sundays, was indeed a Christian at all?
I knew a brittish triple jumper years ago. He's probably an old fat man like me now, LOL. I spent my younger years with YWAM and they have always had a presence at the Olympics since the Berlin games in the 70's. Remember those doing outreach at these games in Soshi
I will be interested to see if any of these athletes are competing on the Lord's day.
Thanks for the heads-up; I'll be watching for these athletes. I remember Ted Uhlaender, so it will be fascinating to watch his daughter compete.
There are Christians from other parts of the world. Would be nice if you featured some of those as well. Not all your readers are from the USA.
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