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Night of Champions 2014

Making an eternal difference!

We are committed to making an eternal difference in the lives of students, athletes and coaches in the Greater Miami Area for Jesus Christ! We serve students, athletes and coaches on the middle school, high school and college campuses, including males and females of all races and all economic situations. We are committed to having a ministry presence on every school campus in Miami, Florida by working with the local church and local Christian community to help make fully devoted followers of Jesus Christ. We thank you for visiting us today!

 

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ORANGE BOWL PRAYER BREAKFAST 12/29/14

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Frank Hall in one defining moment on February 27, his innate fatherly instincts of protection and love were displayed for all to see. A student armed with a semiautomatic gun opened fire on classmates in the school cafeteria where Mr. Hall was monitoring study hall. Upon hearing what he initially thought to be firecrackers, he jumped to his feet and chased the gunman out of the building. Then he returned to the cafeteria to comfort and pray for those who were hanging on to life. Three students died and a few others were injured that day, but countless lives were protected because of the courage of Coach Hall. Although not in the Cleveland Browns uniform he had dreamed he’d be wearing as a child, Mr. Hall was featured on the cover of Sports Illustrated in June 2013 in an article entitled "A Coach’s Courage."

Michael Barrow is a former UM Football Player. He played for the program from 1989-92. In 1992, he earned All-America honors, was the Butkus Award runner-up and finished seventh in Heisman Trophy voting. He was also the Big East Defensive Player of the Year and finished his career as the third-leading tackler in school history.Barrow went on to play 13 seasons in the NFL. He was a second-round draft choice of the Houston Oilers in 1993. Barrow played for the Oilers through 1996, for the Carolina Panthers (1997-99), the New York Giants (2000-03), the Washington Redskins (2004) and the Dallas Cowboys (2005). During his NFL career, Barrow played in 173 games, making 1,133 tackles, 43 sacks and two interceptions. Michael was inducted into the UM Sports Hall of Fame in 2005. He is an ordained Christian minister. Barrow and his wife, Shelley, have a daughter, Mikenzi (9), and sons, Kaleb (8) and John Micheal (3).