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The Tebow in All of Us - #6559
I guess what Tim Tebow's brand of faith shows more than anything is the magnet of having an identity that is anchored to Jesus Christ. No one can look at Tim Tebow, even those who despise his faith, and not think of Jesus. How about me? How about you?

The Tebow in All of Us
Tim Tebow understands the responsibility of divine positioning. We work where we work, live where we live, go to school where we go to school, recreate where we recreate for a life-saving purpose - to "shine like stars in the universe as you hold out the word of life" (Philippians 2:15-16).

How Much Should Christians Care About Sports? - The Blog
With the World Series behind us, basketball getting underway and the NFL approaching midseason, it’s a good time to be a sports fans. It seems like every week there’s a “big game,” and for every “big game” there are millions upon millions of people that watch, cheer and dissect every play and statistic. Americans might not know whether their city has a symphony orchestra, but they know their city’s sports teams. Sports are clearly an inextricable part of our culture, yet, as Christians how invested should we be in the outcomes of those sporting events? How much should Christians care about sports?

The Most Vulnerable Spot - #3105
When you are handling money, always take the high road. Don't see how close to the edge of integrity you can play - see how far you can stay from the edge - always erring on the side of taking too many precautions. Money seems to have spiritual power - and Satan knows it. He has used the abuse of it - or just naive carelessness with it - to majorly harm to the name of Christ and the trust of God's people.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - Super Bowl Spirituality
Avoid what's dirty and contaminating. Control your temple. Aggressive spiritual defense and offense. It's the way to win. It's the way to live your destiny - to be all God's.

Sports Spectrum - Real Issues In Sports Life
Sports Spectrum - Real Issues In Sports Life

We Are Marshall
When the plane went down on November 14, 1970, it was more than the wreckage of an airplane along with its 75 passengers that went up in flames. It was the collective spirit of an entire community. Sons, brothers, husbands, wives, friends, classmates, lovers, gone in a nightmarish split second.