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When God Says No

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We might have worthwhile ambitions on our priority list. Maybe it’s the goal of starting a family, beginning a new career, or joining the ministry. But what if those dreams never become a reality?

In the Discovery Series booklet When God Says No: Broken Dreams to New Beginnings, author Sheridan Voysey writes candidly about the pain of his own broken…

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What Dad Taught Me About Loving Jesus Podcast

On the weekend edition of Sport.org Radio, we’ll hear a moving story of a father and his athlete son. Shane Doan, a veteran of the National Hockey League and former member of the Arizona Coyotes, will share how his dad modeled Jesus for him. We’ll also hear from Bernie Doan about leaving a lasting spiritual legacy. Be sure to listen to…

Handling Success God’s Way Podcast

Hearing phrases like “good job” or “well done” can fill us with confidence, satisfaction, and joy. But praise can also inflate our ego! This weekend on Sport.Org, we’ll talk about handling success God’s way with former LPGA pro, Tracy Hanson and LA Dodgers outfielder, Chris Heisey. We address the real issues in sports and faith. Listen this weekend to Sport.Org…

Setting Priorities – First Things First Podcast

As baseball season progresses this summer, every one of the 750 Major League players will have to re-evaluate whether baseball is their top priority. And as Christians, we’re called to do the same thing regarding our relationship with God. This weekend on Sport.Org, we’ll find encouragement in keeping first things first with David Murphy of the Cleveland Indians and former…

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A Lack of Certainty

As we move into July, baseball revs up for the second half of the season, and much ink (and digital type) will be spilled speculating about what will happen. Will there be a major blockbuster trade that pushes a contender to the forefront? Which team will get the big bat, power starting pitcher, or closer they desperately need—and will their…

Balancing Life’s Responsibilities

One of the most difficult things in sports is multi-tasking. We see it in the NFL at a management level when head coaches try to also carry on as general managers—a strategy that usually ends badly. We also see it in the NFL when head coaches try to  function as coordinators, calling the plays for either the offense or defense…

What’s Next?

One of the most difficult moments for a professional athlete is when they finally come to the time when they must leave the game. Different athletes will talk about the different aspects of this life-transition that are difficult. Some will talk about the paycheck—candidly assessing how hard it is to walk away from such huge amounts of money. Others will…