Archive for the 'Football' Category

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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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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The Peril of Complacency Podcast

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So often the obstacle standing in the way of a win is not the opposition, but our own complacency! On Sports Spectrum, former Indiana Pacer, Tom Abernethy, and NC State Football color analyst, Johnny Evans, discuss the danger of settling for mediocre when we should be striving for the best! We’ll also go to the…

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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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When Prayers Go Unanswered

On November 14, 1970, an event took place that shook the world of college sports and continues to impact many today. It was the plane crash that took the lives of the entire Marshall University football team, most of the coaches, and many of the civic leaders of Marshall’s hometown of Huntington, West Virginia. Being…

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Swan Song

With tonight’s BCS national championship game between Florida State and Auburn comes the end of an era. Throughout the time the BCS (Bowl Championship Series) has been in operation, it has been vilified, hated, and heavily criticized. Part of the problem were the teams being left out of the highly lucrative BCS bowls who felt they…

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A Fresh Start

Welcome to 2014! It should be a fascinating year in almost every arena of life, and sports is no exception. The upcoming (and final) BCS Championship game is only the start of a year that will once again crown champions in sports both here and around the world (most notably the 2014 World Cup of…

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