Irving Fryar Ordained Minister
February 5, 2012 by staff
Irving Fryar Ordained Minister, Irving Fryar considers himself “lucky to be alive.” Guns didn’t get him. Drugs didn’t get him. Alcohol didn’t get him. The Lord did. Fryar, the Miami Dolphins’ leading receiver, says he saved himself through his religion and by becoming an ordained minister.
Now, using his travails as a reference point, Fryar helps others through his sermons and work at Hopewell Missionary Baptist Church in Pompano Beach, Fla. “There’s not many things I preach about that I haven’t been through and there’s not many things that I say that I don’t know about because I’ve experienced them personally,” Fryar said Wednesday in a conference call with media covering the Patriots.
Irving Fryar says he’s happy. Giddy might better describe him. It’s as if he has died and gone to football heaven. Finally, he’s on a team that’s winning. Finally, he’s on a team with the premier passer in the game. Finally, he’s a member of a solid organization playing for the all-time winningest coach in the game. “It’s good to be down here,” Fryar said Wednesday by phone from Miami. “It’s good to be winning. It’s good to be on a team such as the Dolphins.”
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