On Thursday's edition of NewsOne Now, Tamika Mallory from the NY Justice League and Melina Abdullah, PhD, Professor at Cal State LA and Black Lives Matter movement member, responded to Lewis' remarks.
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via:blackchristiannews Although some people poke fun at professional athletes like Ray Lewis, who glorified God throughout his journey to the Super Bowl, a new study has found that Americans look to these types of high-profile individuals more than they do to faith leaders for inspiration. The Barna Group, a market research firm […]
Via ChristianPost.com: Ray Lewis ended his 17-year NFL career with his second Super Bowl ring on Sunday and made sure to let the world know that God had a hand in his career ending on a victorious note. After Lewis and his team defeated the San Francisco 49ers in a 34-31 Super Bowl win, he […]
via:christianpost Ray Lewis, 37-year-old Baltimore Ravens linebacker, seemed to be rubbing off on his team as he glorified God before and after winning the AFC Championship while solidifying a spot in the Super Bowl. During the singing of the National Anthem on Sunday, Lewis was shown tearfully mouthing what looked to be the phrase […]
via:eurweb Ray Lewis is a legendary linebacker for the Baltimore Ravens of the National Football League, says Black Christian News. He is considered to be one of the best linebackers of his era. Lewis is also a follower of Jesus Christ, and his commitment to his faith was featured in a Sports Illustrated cover […]
January generally marks the start of so many things. It’s the first month of the new year, and usually is the time where many people make promises that they have no real intention of keeping over the next 12 months. While outside it’s becoming more frigid, such is not the case in the world of […]