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Willie Franklin

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Background Information

Employment History

Tight End

University of Oklahoma


Football Player

University of Oklahoma


Teacher

Christian Universities


Little Hocking Church of Christ


Baltimore Colts


Tight End


Web References(15 Total References)


www.manassaschurch.org

Mizzou quarterback James Franklin - and father Willie Franklin - praised for faith
Mizzou quarterback James Franklin is the son of Willie Franklin, who played tight end for the University of Oklahoma and later played for the Baltimore Colts in the NFL. (Photo by US Presswire, via www.cbssports.com) There is nothing new for Willie, who leads his flock from his home in Dallas. He prepares for life the same way, every day. They call this African-American man "Uncle Chocolate," even some of the Missouri players. Back in 1976, as a young evangelist, his life was laid out for him after some preaching in Alabama. A 12-year old boy asked him to be his dad. "I just started crying," Willie said. Get close to James and you get close to Willie. Not too close, because Willie is likely to kiss you pretty much anywhere skin is showing. Gender doesn't matter, nor should it. Willie Franklin does this because the Bible says, "Greet one another with a holy kiss." But Willie has a past he keeps locked away in a silent place in his soul. It's not a past to be ashamed of. Willie wasn't the one who succumbed to alcohol or drugs or joined a gang. Willie couldn't help it if his family was dependent on welfare or that the presence of a well-dressed white man in his San Diego neighborhood meant one of two things - FBI or narcotics officer. Mizzou quarterback James Franklin - and father Willie Franklin - praised for faith Mizzou quarterback James Franklin is the son of Willie Franklin, who played tight end for the University of Oklahoma and...


www.manassaschurch.org

Mizzou quarterback James Franklin - and father Willie Franklin - praised for faith
Mizzou quarterback James Franklin is the son of Willie Franklin, who played tight end for the University of Oklahoma and later played for the Baltimore Colts in the NFL. (Photo by US Presswire, via www.cbssports.com) There is nothing new for Willie, who leads his flock from his home in Dallas. He prepares for life the same way, every day. They call this African-American man "Uncle Chocolate," even some of the Missouri players. Back in 1976, as a young evangelist, his life was laid out for him after some preaching in Alabama. A 12-year old boy asked him to be his dad. "I just started crying," Willie said. Get close to James and you get close to Willie. Not too close, because Willie is likely to kiss you pretty much anywhere skin is showing. Gender doesn't matter, nor should it. Willie Franklin does this because the Bible says, "Greet one another with a holy kiss." But Willie has a past he keeps locked away in a silent place in his soul. It's not a past to be ashamed of. Willie wasn't the one who succumbed to alcohol or drugs or joined a gang. Willie couldn't help it if his family was dependent on welfare or that the presence of a well-dressed white man in his San Diego neighborhood meant one of two things - FBI or narcotics officer.


www.lhcoc.com [cached]

Will also use for Bible Studies and and various text documents.
Will need to apply relative font sizes. Also, Willie Franklin needs to be put on the frontpage first (found picture), You are invited to hear Willie Franklin, former football player for the University of Oklahoma , and later played professional football for the Baltimore Colts and LA Rams. Willie preached for 8 years in New Guinea and now resides in Texas . He has taught at Christian Universities and high schools. He is now a motivational speaker. Willie has a passion for sharing the gospel and loves college ministry. He will be speaking at the Little Hocking Church of Christ Sun. Nov. 5, at Worship 9:00 a.m. Class, 10:15 a.m. Worship, 6:00 p.m. and Monday thru Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. He will also be speaking at local High Schools during the day time.


www.lhcoc.com [cached]

Willie Franklin Gospel Meeting
Little Hocking church of Christ - Gospel Meetings


www.manassaschurch.org [cached]

Robertson, along with sons Willie and Jase and brother Si, appeared on Kimmel's show to promote the third season of their reality-based TV show, "Duck Dynasty," which debuts Feb. 27 on A&E.
Mizzou quarterback James Franklin - and father Willie Franklin - praised for faith Mizzou quarterback James Franklin is the son of Willie Franklin, who played tight end for the University of Oklahoma and...


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