(former Dodgers GM Kevin Malone, center, shown moments before offering each of these children a $100 million contract)
I don’t know about you, but I feel much better today having learned that Kevin Malone throwing all that money at Kevin Brown and Darren Dreifort was just part of God’s Bigger Plan. (link swiped from Repoz, Baseball Think Factory)
2 thoughts on “The Great Commission”
I appreciated hearing your thoughts. Thanks. I sure wish I could give each of these starving young Ugandans a $100 million. After seeing the extreme poverty in Africa I know how blessed we are here in the U.S. I am giving of my own limited resources to them and others like them, but the needs are significant . There is such great need there, around the world and in many places in the U.S. I try to help others too-in the innercity of LA. I wish that the money from those 2 contracts (Brown/Dreifort) was available to be used to battle poverty around the world. It would be quite a blessing for so many less fortunate. Anyway…thanks for thinking of me. I pray God’s blessings on you. Take care. Kevin
I guess that’s the difference between you and me, Kev. You’re concerned with the greater good — the welfare of those less fortunate, all over the world.
Me, I don’t give a hoot. I just don’t want Kevin Brown to have the money.
I thank you for your very classy reply and wish you all the best in your endeavors.