The Red Diamond Report

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Who said a black man could not play tennis? A Q&A with JSU Alum Ryan Swanier

 

Published on August 1, 2017

Moments before Ryan Swanier would take the court for his singles and doubles tennis matches on the Jackson State University men’s tennis team, he would remember this Bible verse:

Philippians 4:13. “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” For Swanier, this verse not only fueled him to be great, but it reminded him of two things.

Yasmin Cunningham: Faith built on the waters of a storm

 

Published on September 19, 2017

Yasmin Cunningham is no stranger to maneuvering through the curveballs and circumstances of everyday life. Throughout her journey, she has experienced moments of happiness, but she has also experienced storms and feelings of sadness, uncertainty and the lack of faith to move forward.

Nataliyah Friar: A runner, advocator for change in the future

 

 

 

Published on February 26, 2017

Nataliyah Friar is no stranger to the sound of the firing shot before a track and field race. Track and field has been apart of her life since she was in the eighth grade, where she first began dreaming of winning more medals than her mother, who also ran track in college.

Kristen Dupard: Dreams peaking through a troubled storm

 

Published on September 19, 2017

While some setbacks are forthcoming, others are unexpected, throwing you off your path for a moment, only to make you better for the path that is destined for you. For Kristen Dupard, persevering and standing firm in her faith in God has been the source for her witnessing her dreams come true in spite of her circumstances.

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