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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.…

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,…

Building Others Up–Delivering Constructive Criticism Podcast

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 Athletes in Action.  This is your…

Natural Gifts And Talents Podcast

What’s the difference between your natural gifts and talents and spiritual gifts? This week on Sports Spectrum, Indiana Pacers chaplain, Dr. James Jackson, and former Major League outfielder, Matt Meiske, talk about this important distinction. Be listening to this edition of Sports Spectrum.

Testing Of Our Faith Podcast

Make plans to be with us for Sports Spectrum! We’ll have the opportunity to discuss the testing of our faith with Liberty University football coach, Charlie Skalaski, along with chaplain Tom Roy from Unlimited Potential, Inc. Close out 2014 with the Sports Spectrum team as we talk about persevering when our faith is pushed to the limits. That’s coming up on this edition of Sports Spectrum!…

Wrestling With The Question Of Why Podcast

Parents of young children often cringe when the dreaded “why” question comes into play. But it’s not only kids who ask “why.” On Sports Spectrum, New York Giants chaplain, George McGovern shares his thoughts on how asking “why” is a worthwhile question. And our own Bill Crowder will share Scriptures that help us wrestle with common questions. You'll want to tune in…

Maintaining Humility In A Self-Centered World Podcast

On Sports Spectrum, we’ll visit with WNBA chaplain, Christen Shefchunas  and collegiate volleyball coach, Doug Walters for a look at staying humble. In a world that encourages us to build ourselves up, what steps can we take to have a biblical view of ourselves in sports, on the job, and at home? We’re learning to “Maintain Humility in a Self-Centered…

Helpside Defense-Alert to the Needs of Others Podcast

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. We’ll also be talking with…

Decision-Making God's Way Podcast

Every day we are faced with a thousand different choices. So in the face of so many options, how do we know which decisions are the right ones? We’ll tackle that question on Sports Spectrum as we talk with Cincinnati Reds pitcher Lee Hyde and the chaplain of the NBA’s Toronto Raptors, Herbie Kuhn. Discover “Decision-Making God’s Way” on this edition…

Making Your Wrongs Right Podcast

Admitting we’re wrong is one thing. But making those wrongs right is quite another. On Sports Spectrum we’ll take a look at what the Bible says about correcting our mistakes. We’ll visit with Clemson football chaplain, James Trapp, and Tennessee assistant women’s basketball coach, Dean Lockwood, about “Making Your Wrongs Right” on this edition of Sports Spectrum.