Are you sure?
This bookmark will be removed from all folders and any saved notes will be permanently removed.
A golfer who prays
Brian Kissock reflects on his years on the European golf circuit.
When the 132nd British Open gets under way on July 17 at Royal St. George's in Kent, England, Brian Kissock will be with the players in spirit. He played in the final qualifying round of the Open at Muirfield in Scotland in 1966, a tournament won by Jack Nicklaus.
"I'll be sharing the thousand thoughts a golfer has on the first tee of a major championship," says Kissock, "the anticipation, the emotions, some of the fears. If I were there, I'd certainly be joining them for the Bible study that quite a few of the players on the circuit consider an important part of their preparation."
About the author
During three years on the European professional circuit, Brian Kissock competed against such players as Henry Cotton, Fred Daly, and Tony Jacklin, all winners of the British Open. Kissock is now a Christian Science practitioner. He lives in San Diego, California.
Family and fatherhood, lost and found
with contributions from Dorothy John Davis, Katherine M. Ivy Ellis, David A. Cornell, Patricia Drysdale
items of interest
with contributions from John Mark Eberhart, Bill Lodge, David Hammer, Scott Hannaford
faith in the family
with contributions from Maranatha Ruggeri Millani, Audrey Sentinella, By Anti Allikas, Theresia Nsangli-nange
A golfer who prays
By Kim Shippey Senior Writer
Your prayer makes a difference in the world
By Linda Hitt
The power of a psalm
By Libby Skala
Antwone Fisher—healing the past in film and in print
By Shelly Angel
The ever-enlarging family
By Dave Hohle
Basketball injury quickly healed
Francesca Karpel with contributions from Ethan Karpel
Prayer enlarges our vision
Sports—wrong versus right