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Corey Freeze

coreyFreezeMY PASSION IS EVANGELISM

My name is Corey Freeze, and I’m the sales manager for Zeeks Construction Company in Quinlan, Texas.

I grew up in a broken home, with a mother in and out of mental institutions, and a father on drugs. I somehow managed to become a Cadet at the Marine Military Academy in Harlingen, Texas; with a full academic scholarship with tuition of $20,000 annually. I thought this seemed to be a great step in the direction by the world’s standards, so I seized it. Eventually, I graduated second in my class with full Honors, through my athletic and academic conquest earned an appointment to the United States Military Academy at West Point.

Halfway through my third semester, I washed out due to a knee injury that ended my football career. I could have stayed and graduated. Instead I used the knee injury as an excuse. I was more interested in finishing my education on the path of least resistance, at a state college like normal people. Although I did pick up something at West Point that was not an asset, it was a taste for narcotics. The pain management therapy that tried to bring me back from the Injured Reserve Rooster on the football team involved Codeine. I soon realized that if I took just a couple more pills than prescribed; I could fade away into a fantasy world of euphoria.   

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Eric Metaxas

Eric MetaxasThe Golden Fish

How God woke me up in a dream. Eric Metaxas| May 30, 2013

   Is it possible for one's life to change literally overnight? In 1988, I had a dream that God spoke to me in what I have come to call "the secret vocabulary of my heart." The next morning, all was new.  

   I had the dream around my 25th birthday, and if someone had investigated my life at that time to determine who I was, they'd likely have settled on three themes at the heart of my identity: first, I am Greek; second, I loved freshwater fishing; and third, I was deeply committed to the life of the mind and the search for meaning. My parents are European immigrants (my dad is from Greece, my mother from Germany) who came to New York in the mid-1950s. They met in an English class in Manhattan and later married. I came into the world in 1963 at Astoria General Hospital, and attended a Greek Orthodox parochial school through the fourth grade. In 1972, we moved to the relatively rural environs of Danbury, Connecticut, where I went to a public school and attended the Greek Orthodox Church every Sunday.

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Tom Landry

Tom Landry   My accomplishments of being voted into NFL Hall of Fame: twenty consecutive winning seasons, thirteen division championships, and five trips to the Super Bowl; along with two world championship titles. I went to the top and always wore my trademark hat; but I didn’t find true happiness.

   Tom Landry was one of the most easily recognized men in the USA. A man so identified with his job that he was usually called "Coach Tom Landry." As head coach of the Dallas Cowboys football team for nearly thirty years, Coach Landry compiled a winning record that few professional coaches have since matched. But that success did not come easily. Beginning with the expansion team in 1960, Landry and the Cowboys suffered through five straight losing seasons. Their ledger during those first five years reads only 18 wins, 46 losses and 4 ties. Not exactly the kind of record a dynasty is built on!

   "People were wondering whether or not we were going to make it," Landry once remarked.

   Of course, the Cowboys did make it. In 1965 they broke even, and in the years that followed they compiled one of the best records in NFL history.

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