Tags: Basketball

Determined to Make a Difference Podcast

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Our days are filled with hundreds of choices, both big and small. On Sports Spectrum, we’ll discuss how to make the ultimate decision each day to impact others for the Lord. Hear from Longwood University head basketball coach, Jason Gee, and Missouri Southern State University defensive coordinator, Wally Ake, as they weigh in on “Determining…

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‘Maxing Out’: Giving Our All For Christ Podcast

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It takes talent, desire and discipline for professional athletes to reach their full potential. And like the pros, we need an all-out dedication to be all that God wants us to be! On Sports Spectrum, we’ll talk about how to fully commit to following Christ. Don’t miss conversations with Detroit Tigers player, Don Kelly, and…

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A Life Transformed Podcast

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Hitting the game-winning shot in the final seconds is thrilling. But nothing is more important, or more exciting, than the decision to follow Jesus Christ. On Sports Spectrum, former professional soccer player Derek Smethurst and Liberty University men’s basketball coach, Dale Layer, share their stories of walking with God. We’re talking about “A Life Transformed” on…

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Sports Idolatry Podcast

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With instant stats and scores, following your favorite team or player has never been easier. But when the game becomes the most important thing on our agenda, our priorities need shifting! On Sports Spectrum, hear from college basketball coach Charlotte Smith and sports broadcaster Fred Hickman on the negative impact of idolizing sports. That’s all…

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Sports, Ridicule, And The Christian Life Podcast

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How do you respond when those you love question your beliefs? It’s not easy defending your faith in the face of persecution. On Sports Spectrum, we’ll hear the thoughts of Major League umpire Ted Barrett, and former NBA head coach, Del Harris on how to handle “Sports, Ridicule, and the Christian Life.” You’ll want to…

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What Message Are We Sending? Podcast

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Both parents and coaches send a message to young athletes, but what is that message and is it honoring to the Lord? We’ll take a look at this important topic on Sports Spectrum as we visit with high school basketball coach, Curt Simic, and South-Eastern Conference associate commissioner, Mark Whitworth. We hope you’ll tune in…

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Pursuing Excellence for the Right Reason Podcast

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When our goals are out of line, we can work hard, but the results never truly satisfy. The Sports Spectrum team talks with Minnesota Vikings defensive coordinator, Alan Williams, and Indiana Pacers chaplain, Dr. James Jackson, to understand what it means to “Pursue Excellence for the Right Reason.” Listen to this edition of Sports Spectrum.

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Dollars & Sense: Making Wise Financial Decisions Podcast

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There’s big money to be made as a professional athlete. On Sports Spectrum we’ll learn how to handle money God’s way from those who’ve experienced those big paychecks. Be listening as former NBA player Hubert Davis and St. Louis Rams running back Steven Jackson discuss “Dollars and Sense: Making Wise Financial Decisions.” Catch it on…

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Setting Realistic Goals Podcast

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Whenever we start a new task, it’s important to come up with a clear strategy, and set goals that are within reach. On Sports Spectrum we’ll hear from NFL assistant coach Clyde Christensen, and former college basketball referee J. D. Collins on how to set realistic goals while keeping your eye on the ultimate prize….

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More Than Gold Podcast

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It takes years of training, practicing, and competing to make it all the way to the Olympic Games. Imagine if we applied that same kind of discipline to our spiritual lives! On Sports Spectrum learn what it means to strive for “More Than Gold” in the London Olympic Games . . . and in life.

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