Archive for the 'Coaching' Category

Trades and Today’s Athlete Podcast

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Today’s professional athlete can play for one team today and end up competing for an entirely different team tomorrow. On Sports Spectrum, we’ll discuss how we can honor God in the midst of changing circumstances. We’ll talk with former Major League baseball infielder, Tony Graffanino, as well as Julie McKay, wife of Virginia basketball assistant…

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Making Your Wrongs Right Podcast

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Admitting we’re wrong is one thing. But making those wrongs right is quite another. On Sports Spectrum we’ll take a look at what the Bible says about correcting our mistakes. We’ll visit with Clemson football chaplain, James Trapp, and Tennessee assistant women’s basketball coach, Dean Lockwood, about “Making Your Wrongs Right” on this edition of Sports Spectrum.

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On the Clock–Making the Most of our Time with God Podcast

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This weekend, NFL teams will only have a few minutes to make a strategic draft pick designed to improve their roster and pave a path to success for the entire organization. On Sports Spectrum, we’ll talk to head coach of the Detroit Lions, Jim Caldwell, about the importance of “being on the clock,” and making…

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Pick Your Battles

Baseball managers must also be amateur psychologists sometimes. When a player is under-performing, they have to try and understand why. Is it because of a physical problem, perhaps an unreported injury? A personality conflict in the clubhouse? Problems at home? Lack of confidence due to a long-running slump? Distractions from a contract dispute? An inability…

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Desire to Be Used

When our sons were younger, I sometimes helped coach their Little League baseball teams. One of the things you learn when coaching kids is the value of interpreting body language, because there are moments when you don’t need to hear a word to know where a kid is in terms of preparation. When the time…

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Determined to Make a Difference Podcast

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Our days are filled with hundreds of choices, both big and small. On Sports Spectrum, we’ll discuss how to make the ultimate decision each day to impact others for the Lord. Hear from Longwood University head basketball coach, Jason Gee, and Missouri Southern State University defensive coordinator, Wally Ake, as they weigh in on “Determining…

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Becoming a Team Player Podcast

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In most sports, it’s not enough to have a single star player. You need a strong team around you in order to achieve success! So as a Christian, are you a single performer or a team player? On Sports Spectrum, be listening as former Loyola Marymount women’s basketball assistant coach, Tracey Wolff, and former Clemson…

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Modeling and Mentoring

Anyone who coaches youth sports, whether it is little league baseball, rocket football, girls soccer, or a myriad of other activities for kids, is a mentor. Professional athletes sometimes debate whether they are, or should be, role models for young people to look up to—but no such debate exists in the world of youth sports….

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The Biggest Victory of All Podcast

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Half of the US population will gather around their TVs to watch two teams compete to be Super Bowl champions. While we may never hoist the Vince Lombardi trophy, as Christians we can claim an even bigger prize! On Sports Spectrum, hear from Super Bowl winning coach, Tony Dungy, and others associated with this year’s…

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When Prayers Go Unanswered Podcast

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Have you ever sent an important email or a letter only to receive no response? There are times when our prayer life can feel that way! On Sports Spectrum, All-Pro Dad’s Darrin Gray and Montana State Women’s Basketball Coach, Tricia Binford, discuss what to do when it feels like your prayers are hitting a wall…

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