Phil 4:13 I Can Do Volleyball Leather Bracelet
Forgiven Jewelry

Phil 4:13 I Can Do Volleyball Leather Bracelet

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Phil 4:13 I Can Do Volleyball Leather Bracelet

Item code EBV - Phil 4:13 I Can Do Volleyball Leather Bracelet is an adjustable Leather and Jute cord Bracelet, adorned with full color smooth polished laminate that reads' I can do all thing through Christ who strengthens me, Philippians 4:13 with multiple Volley Ball's on a colorful Volley Ball background. We designed this Volley Ball bracelet to be coordinated with all the I Can Do elements and volleyball artwork to step and repeat itself all the way around the wristband, so that is can be read at any angle.
*do not wear this jewelry in the pool, shower or bath

Great Gift Idea

Volleyball Jewelry is Perfect for Girls or Guys young and old. Great for Volleyball camps, leagues or church vbs or any other Christian athletic event.

Phil 4:13 I Can Do Volleyball Leather Bracelet Details

  • Item code EBV
  • Phil 4:13 "I Can Do" Volleyball Leather Bracelet
  • Bracelet measures 7" long
  • Adjustment cord is 4" long
  • Leather measures 1/2" wide
  • DO NOT use in water
  • DO NOT use in bathtub/shower
  • DO NOT use while swimming in the pool
  • DO NOT use while swimming in the ocean
  • DO NOT use washing the car or playing in water
  • DO NOT wear in the rain
  • DO NOT get soaked washing your hands
The honor the game - Play like you been here before
Forgiven Jewelry loves all sports, we watch a lot of games... We notice some bad things with players, coaches, refs, owners ect ect... We want to set it straight, just in case you do not know. Honor the Game or don't play! We want you to try your hardest to win, not because you hate your competition, but because you want to play your best. I can do all things (phil.,4:13) Always follow your heart "I will show respect for opposing coaches and teams"

The Great History of Volleyball in America

Influenced by Naismith and basketball, in 1895, in Holyoke, Massachusetts, a man named William G. Morgan invented "Mintonette" a less vigorous team sport more suitable for older members of the YMCA but one that still required athletic skill. Later Alfred S. Halstead watched Mintonnette and renamed it "Volleyball" as the point of the game is to "volley" the "ball" back and forth over the net.