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For Mike Browning, life was far more than the obligatory “Xs” and “Os” of football. Jon Avery, his college coach at State University, came to realize that. Paul Tarrant, his volatile, foul-mouthed coach of the Memphis Knights of the NFL, never did. Resenting his devotion to the Lord, some called him the “Right Reverend Mr. Browning.” They meant it as a slur, many of them, because they didn’t understand. They could not perceive how any one involved in the rough and tumble sport could have faith in anything but football itself. Mike made room in his life for football. The game was important to him, sure. To glorify and grow his relationship with Jesus Christ, his Lord and Savior, was his supreme goal; his purpose in life. Rev. Guard proves that football and one’s faith can work together. The old wives’ tale that a person cannot be a big, tough football player and a Christian is fantasy. God doesn’t care who wins or loses in a game of athletics, either. Mike Browning is aware of this, knowing victory in Jesus Christ leaves nobody feeling like a loser.
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