We believe that prayer is the most powerful force we have. We will pray often together as a team, especially before our games for protection and for help in being our best. We will pray after our games to give Thanks to God for the chance to play together.
Few teams pray or even mention God anymore. You can spend a whole weekend with members of a team and not even know if they are Christians. We are proud to be Believers, and we know God will honor us when we are not afraid to let others know that we are Christians. We are having a great season, and an experience that will help us grow to become even stronger in our faith, and in our abilities to be even better softball players.
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We currently have two teams. An 18 and under and a 14 and under team. We are looking to add a few more Christian girls 12-18 who love to play softball. We are scheduled to play at the Trojan Turkey Tournament in Austin on November 18th and 19th.
Our coaches focus on encouraging players with positive comments, and giving instructions that will help the girls become the very best that they can be. The girls also encourage each other with positive team playing and great sportsmanship.
If you desire your daughter to be part of a softball team that will help her become the best that God wants her to be this is the team to join! For more information email email@example.com
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It's time for ALL BELIEVERS to make our voices heard.
He is the one we turn to when our going gets rough.
He is the source of all our strength, the one who watches over us.
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