Podcasts

Defining Moments in Life Podcast

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For figure skater Paul Wylie, the defining moment in his athletic career was capturing a silver medal in the 1992 Olympic Games. But a far more important event occurred when he committed his life to Jesus Christ. Paul will share his story this week on Sport.Org as we take a look at “defining moments” and God’s…

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How Would Jesus Disagree? Podcast

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Disagreements are a part of life. They happen in competition, on the job, and at home. Since we can’t avoid conflict, how should we deal with it? This week on Sport.Org we will look to the pages of Scripture to see how Jesus handled disagreement. To help us, former college football coach, Tommy Bowden, and former…

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Caring For Our Bodies Podcast

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Athletes know how important it is to care for the body. They go to great lengths to stay in shape so they can compete at the highest level. But do we have the same level of respect for the bodies God gave us? Join us on Sport.Org to hear what the Bible has to say about…

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Why Do You Pray? Podcast

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For some athletes and coaches, prayer means little more than asking for a win on game day. But what does prayer mean to you? We’ll take a look at that question this week on Sport.Org. We’ll also hear the thoughts of former NFL running back, Jermaine Chaney. “Why Do You Pray?” Find out on Sport.Org. 

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Building Others Up–Delivering Constructive Criticism Podcast

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Last week on Sport.Org Radio we discussed “accepting constructive criticism,” this week we take a look at “how to deliver constructive criticism.”  To help us understand what the Bible has to say about this important endeavor, we’ll visit with Nett Knox, Australian track and field chaplain, and we’ll also get the thoughts of Glen Korobov of…

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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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Building A Lasting Marriage Podcast

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When putting together a championship caliber team, each player needs to exhibit sacrifice, commitment, and dedication. And the same holds true in marriage! On Sport.Org Radio, we’ll discuss “building a lasting marriage” with Jim Morris, former major league baseball player. It was his incredible story that was portrayed in the 2002 movie, The Rookie. Enjoy…

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Confronting Addictions Podcast

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Join us on Sport.Org Radio for an important conversation on steps we can take to confront addictions and help those we love find freedom. Dean Bouzeos of Athletes in Action and former LPGA pro, Tracy Hanson, will discuss how the Bible offers direction, hope, and help. Don’t miss this important discussion on Sport.Org Radio.

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Maximizing Your Platform Podcast

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It’s the highlight of the NFL season, and the most watched event of the year. It’s the Super Bowl! And while you may never take a snap in the championship game, God has given you a platform that’s just as important! This week on Sports Spectrum, learn how to maximize your opportunities when you hear from former Colts punter,…

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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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