A video is surfacing of three Dallas Cowboys players getting baptized while at their practice facility. According to SportsDay, the video has been viewed almost 2 million times. It was posted by their chaplain, Johnathan Evans on social media.
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Players from the team meet with Evans each week for Bible study or to talk about faith and their life struggles. Anthony Hitchens, Kavon Fraizer as well as Justin March-Lillard were all baptized. Fraizer said, “We all decided we wanted to get baptized again. I got baptized when I was younger. My mom made me get baptized when I was [3 years old]. I was always a believer but this is the first time that I really took it serious, or took God serious, and started fully trusting Him on and off the field with every situation.”
Fraizer mentioned that Bible study with Evans played a major role in getting baptized again. Hitchens also loves the fact that Evans has helped him build a better relationship with God. Fraizer mentioned, “It’s definitely a platform we can use to lift up His name. It’s good it’s blowing up. It’s getting His name out to a lot more people who may not be believers. It’s good that everybody is seeing it and it’s going viral.” God bless these young men.
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