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Dennis Rodman on his mission for peace “First of all I’m a Christian. I believe everything I do is to bring people together,” the former NBA star said to NBC’s Chuck Todd. “After my mission you can be anything you want to be.”
Inevitably, a battle ensued. In his first television interview, Rodman came out against God. He told Todd he’d “never served a mission before.” However, in the second interview, Rodman explained his first impression.
“I felt awkward and it was pretty embarrassing,” he said. “I was a good-looking guy. I was good-looking people knew I was a basketball player. But I had never served a mission before.”
Rodman said he served one mission, in Germany, in his early 20s. “I never saw the Gospel being spoken in a way that I had never heard it before,” he said.
The former NBA star is now on his way to “the mission with Christ,” a journey that’s led him to meet with thousands of people from different walks of life.
And he’s telling them how to make the most of what they know.
The mission with Christ
The mission with Christ began when Rodman was 26 years old. In 1982, the former NBA star was arrested for violating a federal law that prohibited unauthorized agents from using force in U.S. diplomatic missions. He served six months in jail.
But the former basketball star, then a senior vice president of a real estate investment company, quickly had to come up with a plan for how to deal with his past. “I couldn’t think of anything,” he said.
From that moment, Rodman