The Left have become increasingly secular.
They want to stamp out faith from public life completely.
But this Hall of Fame, Christian coach just ripped Disney employees in a very public fashion.
Rising American women’s tennis star Coco Gauff recently won her first major title at the U.S. Open at 19 years of age.
After her victory, Gauff, a confessed Christian, took a moment to pray to God.
Disney-owned ESPN reported that Gauff was simply soaking in the emotional moment.
But Hall of Fame NFL coach Tony Dungy, a devout Christian, corrected ESPN’s report.
. . . that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven
Dungy wrote on Twitter, “I hate to break this to you SportsCenter but Coco Gauff was not ‘soaking it all in’ at this moment. She was praying. She has been very open about her Christian faith in the past. It seems pretty obvious what she is doing here.”
I hate to break this to you SportsCenter but Coco Gauff was not “soaking it all in” at this moment. She was praying. She has been very open about her Christian faith in the past. It seems pretty obvious what she is doing here. https://t.co/UOZ6zoCEPC
— Tony Dungy (@TonyDungy) September 10, 2023
It’s amazing how difficult it is for secular institutions like corporate-controlled media companies to acknowledge faith.
When asked about the match, Gauff remarked, “Oh, my goodness. It means so much to me. I feel like I’m a little bit in shock in this moment…That French Open loss was a heartbreak for me. But I realized God puts you through tribulations and trials, and this makes this moment even more sweeter than I could imagine.”
Gauff’s attitude of gratitude
Gauff was asked about praying after the match, and she answered, “I don’t pray for results. I just ask that I get the strength to give it my all. And whatever happens, happens…I’m so blessed in this life. I’m just thankful for this moment. Like I don’t have any words for it, to be honest.”
This isn’t the first time Gauff has spoken about her faith.
After a Masters series victory in Cincinnati, Gauff told a reporter, “I’m just happy to be here in this moment…I’d like to thank my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. It’s been a lot of nights alone crying trying to figure it out. And you know, I still have a lot to figure out. But you know, I thank Him for covering me.”
Gauff won another tournament in Washington, D.C., and attributed the victory to “a lot of prayer, a lot of support from my church family.”
She also posted a Bible verse on social media: Philippians 4:13 – “I can do all things through Christ who gives me strength.”
As much as sports media outlets love Gauff, her faith takes a backseat in their reporting.
Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.