Good on you, Pastor Dewey. You keep preachin' The Word. Though it's
hard to imagine what might take me there, if I found myself in your neck of the
woods, I'd come hear you preach, any time. Sports are great, but only life
Great story. All the best on his wonderful journey.
Great article. We need more of these. Thanks Dewey for living your life in a
way the makes all of us BYU fans proud. Keep up the good work/word.
Great Story about a non-LDS football player who came to B.Y.U. He never did
convert to the Mormon faith but his experiences and being around the LDS culture
made a lasting impact on him.
I'll never be mistaken for a BYU fan (my ward members know this), but I
Great story! Its sure nice to hear about the good things that have come out of
the football experience rather than the continuous flow of bad news that the
media tends to report all the time...
Kind of puts the old college football thing into perspective doesn't it?
Pastor Gray and other BYU grads can have a far greater impact on the world than
pros who are so much into themselves. Keep up the good work Dewey!
great story - great man. As I recall wasn't it Gray that picked off a pass
in the closing seconds of Miami game to beat Miami? I was in the north endzone
and I seem to remember Gray making a great play in the closing seconds of that
game. Maybe my memory is fading too?
What a terrific story, showing God loves and works with His children in many
ways. Thanks to Jeff Call, and thanks to the D News for publishing a story
showing that attending BYU is not the ultimate way to find the Savior.
So, Pastor D--can we count on a commit from your son?
Loved Dewey Gray. He had to be one of the all-time fasted DBs in the
conference. There was only one running back or receiver that Dewey
couldn't catch from behind, the great Marshall Faulk. Great story.
Thanks, Jeff, for this article!
Gray and Kozlowski were the highlights of the recent football media day.
Great story. I loved watching Gray on the field and I'm happy to see
he's found something that makes him as happy as football once did. Glad he
is a part of the great BYU football heritage. I'm sure he's going to
touch many more lives as his continues to unfold.Best wishes to you