"There's a saying that athletes die twice — once when they're done playing and when they actually die.
I want to change that so that they feel like they're born twice." --Kaleb Thornhill
If you've ever wondered what life is like after playing college basketball in a town where folks bleed blue, this is a conversation you don't want to miss. Not only did Cameron Mills find victory on the court years ago, but after graduating, he put his passions into play by launching successful professional speaking and ministry careers.
On today's Choose 2 Think podcast episode, Cameron shares engaging and inspirational stories from his college days through today. Cameron referenced two Scriptures during the show that provide bookends for our conversations:
Be coachable and Remember God is for you!
Other topics include:
This episode is lovingly dedicated to my dad Rexford Joseph Johnson who has been a long standing UK fan (and my biggest fan for this show!) as well as my three sons. I wanted our countless hours of playing H-O-R-S-E in the driveway to finally be documented--Tune in to find out why!
CONNECT WITH CAMERON:
Cameron Mills Radio (Facebook)
Cameron Mills Ministries (Facebook)
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