Sports Alive Author:James C. Hefley The big lie about sports stars is that they are big, dumb hulks of humanity who enjoy guzzling beer and pushing people around for a five-figure income. Perhaps a few fit this description, but most don't--not even bruising professional football players. — The truth is that most are above average in mentality and morality. All-American Prentice Gau... more »tt (page 49), for example is working on a graduate degree in biology. Dozens of big-name stars give time and enthusiasm to the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Their talk, which wouldn't embarrass a Puritan spinster, does inspire red-blooded youth to commit themselves to christ and right living.
A half-hour talk with any of these sixteen champions should convince any person that the Christian life is worthy of one's physical, mental and moral best.
Names of athletes in this volume are: Frank Broyles, Bill Bradley, Bob Timberlake, Cazzie Russell, Jerry Stovall, Prentice Gautt, Albie Pearson, Steve Sloan, Paul Anderson, Lance Alworth, Johnny Spence, Jimmy Sidle, Ken Gustafson, Bill Curry, John Battle and Loren Young.« less