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How to Turn Our Discouragement into God's Transforming Strength
Don Muchow recently ran from Disneyland in Southern California to Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida—a trip of more than two thousand five hundred miles. He completed his cross-country trek to bring awareness to Type 1 diabetes, a disease with which he has been living since 1972.
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Monday 10th May 2021 - 8:00PM (BST)
Bill Ashurst - A WIGAN WARRIOR
who did his talking on the pitch
Join us and listen to his lifestory
“I have since learned so much from becoming a Christian. It has helped me to live a better life, respect people more and help others.
'Sash', 'King Bill', Billy Ashurst...call him what you will, he oozes rugby league from every sinew. To see Bill take that ball up at Central Park was a sight to behold, his shock of black hair and imposing physique making him stand out from the rest. He had it all - skill, strength, a superb kicking game and bravery. Add to all that a quite remarkable rugby brain - then you had the complete player. Standing well over 6 foot tall with an impressive stride and footwork, and 14 stone 4 pounds of sheer power, I wouldn't have liked to face him!
Bill was known for wounding rivals by smashing them with his fists or slamming them to the floor with a head butt. The former Wigan legend was sent off 17 times in his career and was also drinking heavily and gambling. But an illness to his wife Sheila in 1988 helped him see the light at the end of the dressing room tunnel and he cleaned up his act on and off the field. Bill, 73, now spreads the gospel himself and is now tracking down his former rivals to apologise for hurting them.
Meeting ID: 891 7948 6729