Thursday, June 25, 2009

Burleson on a "Mission"

This Sunday there is a chance for you to go out and support one of the greatest players to ever play for the Pack. According to the Franklin Press Tommy Burleson will be the guest speaker at First Presbyterian Church in Franklin, North Carolina. 
"At the 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. services, Burleson will speak on his 23-year Christian Evangelistic Ministry through basketball camps for youth and international work in Malawi, Africa, with the Nkhoma Hospital."

"In addition to delivering the sermon at the two morning services, Burleson will be available to answer questions and share experiences in the church Fellowship Hall between services.The community is warmly welcomed to attend."

No matter what your personal religious convictions are, you have to admire the ministry that Burleson has been doing in Africa over the past 23 years, and I'm sure he would appreciate your support this Sunday.

Here is the address and contact information of the church.

26 Church St, Franklin, NC 28734     
(828) 524-3119


4 Responses to "Burleson on a "Mission""
  1. Timothy said...
    June 26, 2009 at 8:44 AM

    Articles alike these are one of the many aspects of this site that separate WPH from all the rest. Damn you guys are awesome.

  2. SeeMeRedSeeMeWhite said...
    June 26, 2009 at 9:41 AM

    ^ i second that thought Timothy! This type of site is what the Wolfpack nation needed.

    What a great thing Big Tommy is doing. I'm going to try to make it and show him a little love.
    Thanks for the update wph.

  3. redfred said...
    June 26, 2009 at 12:27 PM

    I tried to comment yesterday because the thread was just sitting here empty, but I didn't really know quite what to say. I agree with everyone else though, these are the types of stories that add an entirely different aspect about the people that we consider as just former BB players.

    Great work by WPH!!! but even more impressive work by Tommy Burleson himself!!!

  4. 74Doug said...
    June 27, 2009 at 9:04 AM

    I was in Tommy's class at State and got to see his hard work, intensity, skill, and passion close up. Great guy and consummate Wolfpacker. Thanks WPH.


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