Ok folks – let’s get started with a hot topic in sports and Christianity. For those of you who do not know who this young man is, please CLICK on this pix, to go to his own personal website.
Lots of good tid bits of who he is and his mission in life. Interestingly, a Taiwanese American from NoCal goes to Harvard (go figure), plays basketball, and ends up having the 2 best career games on the main stage of Madison Square Garden in NYC (Highlights Game 1 NJ, Game 2 Utah)- after sitting on the bench most of his rookie year in Golden State last year. So aside from being another Asian bball player we root for, why are we going nuts over this stud?
If he wasn’t drafted by any NBA team, Jeremy would have ended up being a pastor for Asian American ministries. Heavily active in his faith and outspoken (Time magazine article), you start to wonder, is he the next Tim Tebow of the NBA?
I am sure this conversation will spark some interest, and I want to know if there is something about Christianity mixing with Sports. Is there room for the limelight and the stage for God to display His Glory to the world? Do we dare ask if God cares enough to control outcomes…meaning the more success Tim Tebow or Jeremy Lin wins, the more we talk about God and Faith in sports? Let the questions and the comments begin….
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