The Heaven to the Yeah viewers were blessed with the opportunity to hear grace ambassador, Jordan Gray, speak with national cyclist, Gage Hecht and how, even as a young professional athlete, he keeps his faith alive while soaring through nature and traveling across the country.
Grace ambassador, Christian Taylor, speaks with world competitor, Erica Belvit, on how she stepped out of her own box of fear to experience God’s Grace, mercy, and love while living the life of an athlete and all the struggles imposed through the changes in life.
Grace ambassador, Christian Taylor, looks into the life of the New York Jets defensive tackle, Tanzel Smart, as he shares how he maintains his focus as a man of God, working towards eternal peace, while living in the limelight of the NFL.
Originally from Canada, Sage Watson has become an accomplished track and field athlete in the 400 hurdles.
Paratriathlon athlete Grace Norman is “not shy about praying.” She says, “I’m not ashamed about being a Christian and wearing Christ on my chest.” By staying humble and having good sportsmanship, she shares Christ with others by representing Him before, during, and after races.
Mexican national Yvonne Treviño Hayek joined Heaven to the Yeah Grace Ambassador Jordan Gray as the featured guest on last week’s Instagram Live stream. Hayeck is a long jump champion in Mexico and current record holder.
A large number of athletics enthusiasts the world over know that Jamaica is home to several of the greatest sprinters and runners who have graced the global stage. Tovea Jenkins is one of those runners. She and Jordan Gray, fellow pro-athlete and one of Heaven to the Yeah’s Grace Ambassadors, chopped it up on Instagram Live this past Wednesday.
This week our Grace Ambassador Jordan Gray and our htty family on Instagram heard from Heather Friesen, a beach volleyball player with a spectacular testimony.
Our Grace Ambassador Jordan Gray spent some time this past Thursday getting to know Olympic gold medalist Nicole Hensley. Nicole resides in the US, in Minnesota where she trains with her ice hockey team in preparation for the upcoming Winter Olympic Games in Beijing.
This week, Chistian interviewed David Wise, an American Freestyle skier. He is a two time Olympic Gold medalist and competed in the 2014 and 2018 Winter Olympics in the men’s ski halfpipe.