Archive for the 'College Sports' Category

How Coachable Are You? Accepting Constructive Criticism Podcast

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Though a coach’s instructions may be hard to hear, we’ll only improve by taking his or her guidance to heart! On Sport.Org Radio, learn how accepting criticism translates to our growth as Christians. We’ll hear from former Wake Forest guard Robert O’Kelley and from college basketball assistant coach Jeff Bauer on “How Coachable Are You?” Be…

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Upsets

We are now reaching the point in the college basketball season when every win and every loss is magnified by the looming presence of March Madness. Upsets of every stripe set the hoops world abuzz with talk of bubble-busters and bubble-sitters, while “bracketologists” speculate over who will end up where, and what deserving teams will…

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Outmanned

Last Thursday night a truly rare occurrence took place in college basketball—a team finished a game without five players on the court. In soccer, it is not unusual for a team to play a man down because when a player receives a red card they are disqualified for the remainder of the game—and cannot be…

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Death of a Giant

Sunday, the college basketball world was saddened by the news that Dean Smith, former head men’s basketball coach at University of North Carolina, had passed away at the age of 83. Smith’s record with the Tar Heels was nothing less than spectacular. His teams won 2 national championships, 13 ACC tournament championships, and 17 ACC…

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Can You Be Trusted? Podcast

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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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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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Grief Is Messy

I recently had the opportunity to spend some time with family, including a nephew who played college football for Marshall University. As we discussed the Thundering Herd’s great 2014 season, I was struck by how far this school and this program have come since its darkest days. I was living near Huntington, West Virginia, when…

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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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Testing Of Our Faith Podcast

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Make plans to be with us for Sports Spectrum! We’ll have the opportunity to discuss the testing of our faith with Liberty University football coach, Charlie Skalaski, along with chaplain Tom Roy from Unlimited Potential, Inc. Close out 2014 with the Sports Spectrum team as we talk about persevering when our faith is pushed to the limits. That’s coming…

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God’s Greatest Gift Podcast

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When God sent His only Son to this earth as a baby, He provided each of us with an opportunity to have true peace and security. How can we experience it today? We’ll find out on Sports Spectrum when we talk with Ernie Johnson of Turner Sports. There’s also a conversation with Jeff Meyer, assistant men’s basketball coach with…

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