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As much as we want to talk to God, sometimes it’s difficult to find words that express the emotions of our hearts. In this excerpt from his book Praying the Prayers of the Bible, author James Banks shares prayers from biblical characters to show us how we can use God’s own Word to talk to Him through every season of…

Previous Broadcasts

Temptation: It's a Lifelong Battle Podcast

If you were to list the top three areas where you struggle the most, would temptation make the list? For many the answer would be “yes.”  Make plans to join us on this edition of Sport.Org Radio for a discussion on dealing with temptation. Among our guests is Alan Williams, assistant coach with the NFL’s Detroit Lions. We're addressing the real issues in…

Today's Athlete: How Is God Using a Mother's Influence? Podcast

A mom’s influence stretches from the here and now, all the way into eternity. We’ll discover how that happens on Sport.Org Radio. Don’t miss our visit with Nicole Graffanino, wife of former Major League player, Tony Graffanino. As her son heads off to college, you’ll hear how this mom plans to support and care for him spiritually. Join us for the Mother’s Day edition of Sport.Org Radio.…

Counting the Cost Podcast

Any athlete or coach can tell you that there’s a price to be paid when taking to the field on game day. On Sport.Org Radio, we’ll discuss what it means to “count the cost” in sports and in our walk with Christ. Then we’ll hear from pro golfer, Wally Armstrong and former NHL player, Curtis Brown. Is the reward worth the price? Find out…

Recent Blog Posts

Getting It Right

One of the realities of modern sport is the presence and participation of technology. Whether in motorsports, football, baseball, basketball, or soccer, more and more sports are becoming increasingly reliant on technology like instant replay to check calls that have been made on the field by referees or umpires. Rather than viewing replay as a way to be publicly embarrassed,…

The Down Times

Steve Stricker is one of my favorite golfers, partly because he isn’t a bomber, hitting the ball for miles and miles, and partly because of his calm demeanor. I have constantly heard comments from announcers and PGA players alike as to how respected and liked he is on the tour. Some years years ago, it appeared that Stricker’s career was going…

Becoming a Game Changer

It was a dark day for West Virginia football. It was the seventh game of the 2005 season, and the Mountaineers were trailing Louisville 24-7 when starting quarterback Adam Bednarik was injured. In came backup Pat White—and the rest, as they say, was history. White, along with fellow freshman Steve Slaton at running back, led a furious WVU comeback to…