Podcasts

The Art of Sportsmanship

When you join us for Sport.Org Radio, we’ll visit with Colorado Rockies catcher Nick Hundley and Ball State University baseball coach Rich Maloney. They’ll help us understand “the art of sportsmanship.” It’s a concept addressed in the pages of God’s Word, the Bible, and one we can all take with us wherever we go. “The Art of Sportsmanship” on this edition…

Dealing with Injuries

When a player goes on the “disabled list,” it means they’ll be away from the game for an extended period of time. It’s a detour they weren’t expecting. Sound familiar? On Sport.Org Radio, we’ll take a look at handling such times with San Francisco Giants first-baseman, Brandon Belt. I hope you’ll join us for this edition of Sport.Org Radio.

Giving God Our Best Effort

The Bible encourages us to give our best effort no matter what we’re involved in. This concept is part of the makeup of any athlete. Why is it important? We’ll talk about it on Sport.Org Radio with former Major League pitcher Randy Tomlin, and Big League Umpire Ted Barrett. “Giving God Our Best Effort” on this edition of Sport.Org Radio.

Freedom From Anger

Fireworks are fun on the Fourth of July. But when explosions show up in everyday life, it’s a serious matter. On Sport.org Radio, we’ll take a look at “Freedom from Anger.” The Bible has a lot to say about this powerful emotion. Taking part in our discussion will be former LPGA pro Tracy Hanson and Virginia Tech Football Chaplain Dave Gittings.…

What’s Next – When God Opens A New Door Podcast

Nearly every day, players are traded, released, or sent down to the minors. But in the baseball world, it’s simply known as the daily transactions list. This weekend on Sport.Org Radio, we’ll hear from Mike Tilley of the Liberty University Sports Network and from minor league baseball player, James Ramsey as they discuss how to respond when God closes one…

What Dad Taught Me About Loving Jesus Podcast

On the weekend edition of Sport.org Radio, we’ll hear a moving story of a father and his athlete son. Shane Doan, a veteran of the National Hockey League and former member of the Arizona Coyotes, will share how his dad modeled Jesus for him. We’ll also hear from Bernie Doan about leaving a lasting spiritual legacy. Be sure to listen to…

Handling Success God’s Way Podcast

Hearing phrases like “good job” or “well done” can fill us with confidence, satisfaction, and joy. But praise can also inflate our ego! This weekend on Sport.Org, we’ll talk about handling success God’s way with former LPGA pro, Tracy Hanson and LA Dodgers outfielder, Chris Heisey. We address the real issues in sports and faith. Listen this weekend to Sport.Org…

Setting Priorities – First Things First Podcast

As baseball season progresses this summer, every one of the 750 Major League players will have to re-evaluate whether baseball is their top priority. And as Christians, we’re called to do the same thing regarding our relationship with God. This weekend on Sport.Org, we’ll find encouragement in keeping first things first with David Murphy of the Cleveland Indians and former…

Powerful, Effective Prayer Podcast

Current Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive coordinator Leslie Frazier, says, “In every decision I’ve made, it’s been first through prayer.” When you join us on Sport.Org Radio, we’ll investigate the power of prayer with Darrin Gray of All Pro Dad. We’ll also hear from college basketball coach, Deb Patterson.  We're looking at “Powerful, Effective Prayer” on this edition of Sport.Org Radio.

Going the Extra Mile: Making a Difference for Eternity Podcast

The Indianapolis 500 is called the "Greatest Spectacle in Racing." On Sport.Org Radio, we’ll take a look at the 99th running of this race at the famed “Brickyard” while discussing how we can go the extra mile spiritually. We’ll hear from Indy Car Series chaplain, Bob Hills and we’ll go outside the track for a visit with former Major League first baseman,…