Passion for Christ

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Champion volleyball hitter Jenny Jordan knows that her passion for sports can't compare to her passion for Christ.

Everyone has something they are passionate about and for me it has always been sports. I can remember even at a very young age loving to compete, and when I was introduced to the game of volleyball in seventh grade I was hooked. Yet as great as this passion was, I became even more passionate about something else during my sophomore year in college.

During that time I developed a passion for knowing who God really is. I used to think that God was a God of “dos" and “don’ts" but I learned that He is a God of love and that He loves me unconditionally. He loves me so much that He sent His son Jesus Christ to this earth so that I could have a relationship with Him. By committing my life to Christ, I know that I have been forgiven of my sins, have entered into a personal relationship with Him, and will spend eternity with God.

My passion for sports has provided many great experiences. I have been privileged to compete for three national titles in college, professionally on the beach and represent the United States in the Olympic Games. It has also taught me many valuable life lessons about integrity, hard work and perseverance. But my athletic experiences and lessons learned pale in comparison to my greatest passion, living a life committed to the person of Jesus Christ.

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