Today’s story comes from Draegen Majors. Draegen works with players and coaches throughout Oklahoma, New Mexico, Texas, Colorado, Missouri, Arkansas, and Kansas.
He says: “Thank you for your continued support prayerfully and financially of this ministry. I am extremely grateful to be able to do what I do because of the faithful support of individuals and families like you. Thank you, may God continue to have a great impact here.”
College Golf Fellowship exists so that God would hopefully use us to effect the college golf community to become fully devoted followers of Christ and disciple makers to those on their team and others. We rejoice to no end when God accomplishes this goal through our ministry, we consistent prayer for this movement of the Spirit as well as partner with people like you to be consistent in prayer for this vision. I can confidently tell you that God has moved.
Meet Wyndham Clark
A red shirt Junior on the Oklahoma State golf team named Wyndham Clark has had his ups and downs thus far via external uncontrollable happenings as well as self induced issues. Wyndham is one of OSU’s best players and is consistently looked up to his team as well as from the college golf community as a whole. Today however, Wyndham isn’t looked up to just because he is really good, but is also looked up to because he is a “changed guy.”
Over the summer, via some great people in his life, Wyndham was broken of his idolatry in many areas and turned to his savior fully aware of his inability to fix the brokenness within himself. Now an authentic relationship with Christ has been a night and day transformation.
God has so stirred this young mans heart that he now longs to see his teammates come to a full awareness of the beauty of the cross and follow Jesus whole heartedly. Teammates have been left scratching their heads asking the question, “what happened to this guy?” The best way I know how to describe Wyndham’s story is Titus 3:3-7.
For we were once foolish, disobedient, led astray, slaves to various passions and pleasures…… But when the goodness of God and lovingkindness of God our Savior appeared, He saved us, not because of works done by us in righteousness but according to his own mercy, by the washing of regeneration and renewal of the Holy Spirit, whom He poured out on us richly through Jesus Christ our savior , so that being justified by His grace we might become heirs according to the hope of eternal life.
In a nutshell, this is Wyndham’s story. I am grateful for your prayers. You may have never known his name or the team that he was on but you prayed to see God move in this way. Thank you. Continue to pray that more stories like this take place and teams would be changed!!
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