Archive for the 'College Sports' Category

Desperate Situation

Last week, as an unseasonably early snowstorm engulfed much of the northern tier of the United States, a story of concern and desperation started to come out of western New York State. The women’s basketball team from Niagara University was returning to campus after having played a late game in Pittsburgh when their team bus…

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Simply Amazing

Amazing. That is the word used repeatedly over the weekend as people tried to describe the performance of Wisconsin running back Marvin Douglas this past Saturday. What was so amazing? He singlehandedly dismantled a pretty good Nebraska defense by running for 408 yards and 4 touchdowns. More amazing? Douglas achieved that on only 25 carries….

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Maintaining Humility In A Self-Centered World Podcast

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On Sports Spectrum, we’ll visit with WNBA chaplain, Christen Shefchunas  and collegiate volleyball coach, Doug Walters for a look at staying humble. In a world that encourages us to build ourselves up, what steps can we take to have a biblical view of ourselves in sports, on the job, and at home? We’re learning to…

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Being a Wise Sports Parent Podcast

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If you have children or even grandchildren involved in competitive sports, you know the joys, the pressures, and the impact it can have on the entire family. On Sports Spectrum we’ll be discussing what it means to be a wise sports parent. Former college coach and now pastor Scott Kessler will be joining in the discussion, and we’ll…

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Helpside Defense-Alert to the Needs of Others Podcast

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The Bible helps us understand why we need others, as we simply can’t do life alone. On Sports Spectrum, we’ll take a look at not only why we need the help of others, but how we can be aware of the needs of those around us. Former Heisman Trophy winner Charlie Ward will be joining us….

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Storms and Struggles

When we think of a sport enduring a weather or rain delay, we usually think of baseball game with players and fans alike rushing for cover. Saturday afternoon, however, stormy weather interrupted two games in the upper Midwest involving Big Ten college football teams. For Minnesota, it was a mere nuisance when thunderstorms intruded on…

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Testing Your Faith Podcast

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It’s likely your faith has been put to the test a time or two. Have you noticed that during times of testing life seems painful and unclear? When you join us on Sports Spectrum, you’ll hear a college football coach share his personal story of confusion and struggle and how the Lord guided him through…

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Defending Your Faith Podcast

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The Bible calls us to always be ready to explain the hope we have in Christ. But how do we properly prepare for defending our faith? We’ll get some answers on Sports Spectrum, as we visit with Charleston Southern offensive coordinator, Gabe Giardina, and Arizona Cardinals broadcaster, Dave Pasch. Be sure to join us for…

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Not About the Wins Podcast

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The pressure to win is ever present in the sports world. But that drive for achievement is also evident in the home, on the job, even in church. On Sports Spectrum, we’ll take a look at handling the pressure to succeed with former big league pitcher, Burt Hooton and Charlotte Eagles soccer coach, Mark Steffans….

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Not About the Game Podcast

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The thrill of a walk-off home run, a three-pointer at the buzzer, or a game winning touchdown pass—these are sports moments that electrify fans and players alike. But they can’t compare to the excitement that comes from a daily walk with Jesus Christ. On Sports Spectrum, you’ll hear from Baylor University baseball coach, Steve Smith…

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