Sports Spectrum Weekly Podcast

Can You Be Trusted? Podcast

January 24, 2015

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This past month on Sports Spectrum we’ve been looking at topics that help us “maximize our lives for Christ.” This week, we’ll keep the conversation going with a look at “trust.” We’ll visit with Dan Bishop from the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Marist assistant men’s basketball coach, C.J. Lee. Can you be trusted? Join the conversation on  this…

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Trustworthiness

January 23, 2015

As a collegiate goalkeeper, I can tell you that there are few positions in sports where there is more on the line with every play than standing between the goal and the opposition. Like a closer in baseball, goalkeeper is the position that is entrusted with the responsibility of saving the game. I know that…

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Never Alone

January 21, 2015

Having played soccer in college, I still love the beautiful game and watch whenever I can. My favorite, of course, is English football and the Barclays Premier League. I love the skill and speed with which the game is played, and I love the way the fans sing and chant in support of their beloved…

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Previous Programs

Natural Gifts And Talents Podcast

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What’s the difference between your natural gifts and talents and spiritual gifts? This week on Sports Spectrum, Indiana Pacers chaplain, Dr. James Jackson, and former Major League outfielder, Matt Meiske, talk about this important distinction. Be listening to this edition of Sports Spectrum.

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Spiritual Gifts Podcast

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God has given each of us special gifts and talents. But how do you know which gift you have? Join us on Sports Spectrum, as we look at spiritual gifts, and how to find yours. Former pro baseball player and now pastor Jeff Terrell weighs in. And we’ll also get the insight of Jimmy Page from the Fellowship of…

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Time With God Podcast

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You’ve been given seven days to fill in a week. That’s 168 hours; 10,080 minutes. So how do you spend all that time? On Sports Spectrum, we’ll look at the importance of investing a portion of our time in regular meetings with God. TV sports anchor Travis Wells and Division I softball player Carol Ann Sexauer join the conversation…

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