Prepared To Play: A Strategy For Consistent Living

How many hours does a play-by-play announcer spend preparing for the next game? Not two or three, but upwards of six! On Sport.org Radio, Orlando Magic broadcaster David Steele shares why announcers take so long. His insights will help us see why the follower of Christ must also be “prepared to play.” That’s on Sport.org Radio!

Accepting The Game Plan

Coaches spend hours watching game footage in order to prepare for the next opponent and build the best game plan possible. On Sport.org Radio, we’ll have a discussion about accepting God’s game plan for our lives. Guiding us will be Casey Fisk, son of baseball Hall of Famer Carlton Fisk. We’ll also hear from Liberty University men’s basketball coach, Ritchie McKay. That’s on…

Strength In Our Weakness

In athletics, team members are always there for one another. And in a similar way, God promises to never leave us or forsake us. On Sport.org Radio, Kansas City Royals player Ben Zobrist and Pittsburgh Pirates manager Clint Hurdle will share their stories of finding strength in their walk with Christ. Join us for Sport.org Radio!

Building A Network of Support

Every NFL, college, or high school football coach understands the importance of building a network of support. On Sport.org Radio, we’ll find out why this network is vital to growth and effectiveness, not only on the field, but in every area of life. Hear from Butler University athletic director Barry Collier when you tune in for Sport.org Radio!

Embracing Our Role

All sports have many unsung heroes. It’s the baseball player who makes a sacrificial bunt, or the offensive lineman who makes a perfect block for the running back. On Sport.org Radio, we’ll talk about the impact we can have when we embrace the role God has for us. You won't want to miss our chat with former NFL wide-receiver Anthony Edwards on this…

Adjusting To Change

It happens all the time in sports, a team suddenly turns the ball over, and their opponents have to respond fast. And in the same way, life can also change without a moment’s notice. On Sport.org Radio, U.S. Paralympian John Register and college basketball coach Dean Lockwood help us understand the power that can be ours when we trust God during times…

Making Those Around Us Better

If you were coaching a group of players and your task was to make them better, what would that look like? That’s the question we’ll wrestle with on Sport.org Radio. Joining us will be Pittsburgh Steelers back-up quarterback, Landry Jones and Baltimore Ravens chaplain, Johnny Shelton. It’s all about “Making Those Around Us Better” on this edition of Sport.org Radio.

A Sports Career Is Temporary—A Life With Christ Is Eternal

You and I have a lot in common with today’s athlete. That is, we find it difficult to think from an eternal perspective. That’s why On Sport.org Radio, we’ll take a look at the temporary career of today’s athlete. We’ll hear from Milwaukee Brewers bullpen catcher, Marcus Hanel and former India cricket player, Paul Moses. This is your invitation to be…

When Others Let You Down

It may have happened today or maybe it was last week but most of us have felt the painful reality of being let down by someone else. On Sport.org Radio, we’ll take a look at how we can react to those moments. Helping us work through this important issue will be San Diego Padres pitcher, Ian Kennedy. Listen in on this edition…

Sharing Our Faith: How, When & Why

Think about the many conversations you’ve had this week. Did you talk about sports, the weather, or your faith in Christ? When you join us on Sport.org Radio we’ll discuss “How, When, and Why We Share Our Faith.” We’ll also hear the thoughts of NFL linebacker, Chase Blackburn. I hope you’ll join us on this edition of Sport.org Radio!