Wednesday, February 07, 2007

The Mark of True Champions
...this is how to celebrate a victory


I'm from Chicago and a devout Bears fan. But Tony is a great coach and a genuine
believer in the Lord Jesus Christ. From all that I have heard from friends of his,
he is a godly man ON and OFF the field. Scripture commands us that in all things
of this life, we should do to God and His glory (1 Cor. 10:31). This is a sincere,
humble expression of faithful devotion to the Lord.

9 comments:

Douglas said...
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Puritan Lad said...

Amen. I'm not a Colts fans, but I love Tony Dungy. He does it right...

Seth McBee said...

Steve.
It is good to know, as I am sure you have friends "in high places" that know Dungy better than I do through the media. So, to hear that behind closed doors he is still the godly man that is perceived on TV is an awesome witness

Jeremy Weaver said...

I'm from Chicago and a devout Bears fan.

Yeah, but you're in Tennessee now and you must root for Peyton.

Either that or we'll march you back to Chicago.

donsands said...

I like what Tony said after the Super Bowl. He said that it's special to be the first black coach to win, but more important is that he did the Lord's way, because he is a Christian, and the Bears coach as well, Lovie Smith. I appreciate both of these brothers and their witness for the Lord. And I'm encouraged that God is faithful.

Nice photo. God does have His remnant.

catnapping said...

God Bless Christian Football teams!

Sissy B. said...

We miss Tony here in the Tampa area....he is a fine example.

Timotheos said...

This was an easy game to watch. I didn't care who won, I only hoped that it would be a good game, and it was.

I, too, was impressed with Tony's comments as the trophy was presented. PTL.

Both coaches can carry their heads high, they did well.

Bhedr said...

Man thats really great Steve.