Where Transformation Can Lead – by Mark Earley

 

photo: New York Times 

Where Transformation Can Lead  – by Mark Earley

March 11, 2008 

You probably saw the catch on TV. Or maybe you saw it on the cover of Sports Illustrated. The grab made by New York Giants wide receiver David Tyree may be the greatest catch in Super Bowl history. It certainly was a pivotal moment in the Giants’ victory over the New England Patriots. But it was not the most pivotal moment in young David Tyree’s life. That would be when Tyree found himself behind bars in a jail cell. “What looked to be the lowest point in my life ended up being the greatest thing that ever happened to me,” Tyree told the New York Times, referring to his 2004 arrest.

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http://www.catholicexchange.com/node/70439+

This update courtesy of BreakPoint.

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