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Monday, May 7, 2007

Hamilton, Roethlisberger, Pollack, and Royals update

The first article is about Reds outfielder Josh Hamilton, a Christian, being named the National League Rookie of the Month for April:

Next, a good article about Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and the lady that he crashed into and what their past year has been like since the big motorcycle crash. Here's a quote from him about why he took a different route than normal when he crashed:

"I don't say it was fate," Roethlisberger says. "I say it's God's plan."

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Lastly, a good article about the Bengals David Pollack, a Christian, and his recovery from a serious neck injury he suffered when he broke a bone is his neck during a game. Here's a quote from a speech that he made last week:

The day after the injury, Pollack was fitted with a halo that was screwed into his skull, which he wore for three months.

"I can honestly say those were the best three months I've ever had in my life," Pollack told the crowd. "The Bible says 'Be still and know that I am God.' And I had never done that.

"I couldn't drive a car, couldn't exercise. All I could do was sit in a recliner for eight hours a day and listen to God. I had never learned so much about me."

Here's the article:

One of the articles that I sent to you in an e-mail last Wednesday was about Mike Sweeney and how he had talked to a boy from Kansas City who was going to have brain surgery the next day ( Here's an update on the boy's condition as of last Tuesday, in case you were curious like I was:

Matt Herndon update

Eleven-year-old Matt Herndon, who captured Mike Sweeney’s heart for the spirit he showed before undergoing brain surgery last Thursday in Dallas, is improving.

Herndon, who is from Overland Park, is expected to return home in the next day or so and could be ready to return to school sometime next week.

Here's that article:

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