Hand on the Line: Challenging Men to Follow Gods Call
: In our Christian faith, we're either drawing closer to God and to His purposes for our lives or drawing further away. Like an athlete in training, there can be no middle ground. - from the introduction Steve...
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In our Christian faith, we're either drawing closer to God and to His purposes for our lives or drawing further away. Like an athlete in training, there can be no middle ground.
- from the introduction
Steve Wisniewski spent thirteen seasons playing offensive guard for the Oakland Raiders. Considered one of the NFL's "dirtiest players," Steve was aggressive and tenacious, proudly wearing the silver and black. But everything changed when his eyes were opened to the importance of following God's call for his life.
As the "ugly duckling" of his family, Steve overcame incredible odds. He was transformed from a timid boy, whose family was shattered by divorce, into a committed husband and father. He was physically changed from being crippled by an automobile accident and became an All Pro football player. Once a mean competitor, he is now a minister of the Gospel. Steve didn't let the odds define him; he defied the odds and started fulfilling his destiny!
In Hand on the Line, Steve transparently shares his powerful story that will encourage you on the journey to becoming a Godly man. If God could heal Steve's past, transform his present, and direct his future, the same God can accomplish amazing things through you!
"Steve Wisniewski" is currently working as a computer telephony engineer for Greenwich Technology Partners and has been in the internetworking and networking industry for more than 12 years. He is a 1972 graduate of Marshall University, a 1995 graduate of DeVry Technical institute, and has earned a master of science degree in telecommunications management from the Stevens Institute of Technology. <P> Mr. Wisniewski is Microsoft, Novell, and Cisco certified and has edited several books for Cisco and Sybex Press, and is currently writing a book for Cisco Press on a CCIE level regarding troubles