Faith | Family | Sports | Life
As a family of Christian athletes, we face many challenges on and off the field. A devastating injury to our oldest daughter, Kennedi, led to the creation of this ministry, and we are blessed and honored to share our journey of faith, healing, and victory with you!
As athletes, we may experience struggles and difficult encounters while competing on the field.
Off the field we face marital disputes, parenting challenges, health scares, job difficulties, and financial setbacks.
But we don’t have to experience defeat from any of those difficulties as we have a special gift from God!
He has given us a guide to help us! The Holy Bible is a Spiritual Playbook full of strategies, warnings, instructions and guidance to help us face and overcome any and every challenge we face in life.
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What’s a DUB?
Dub is a slang word that means win or victory and is short for the letter W.
As Believers, Jesus Christ is our reigning Team Captain and MVP.
We are not left to figure out this life on our own. Join Destined 4 the Dub as we study our divinely-inspired Playbook, so that we can get the Dub, no matter what we face!
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