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Bitterness Strikes Out

Not too many people can say they are friends with a Major League Baseball batting champion. But Al Oliver and I know each other well.

Kia’s Amazing Journey

He’s best known by his first name…. Kia. His life is remarkable. Kia Zolgharnain was born in Iran in 1965. His family was wealthy and lived in a mansion with maids and servants. He was not allowed to play in the streets, so he watched kids play...
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Bengals Chaplain Kicks COVID-19

For a short while, LaMorris, Team Chaplain of the Cincinnati Bengals thought he was dying.

NFL Hall of Famer Tim Brown opens up about faith

On the field and in life, legendary NFL Hall of Famer, Tim Brown has...

Taking the Next Step: An Interview with Noah Turner

Noah Turner has taken the next step in life, graduating from the North Carolina high school, Western Alamance, now playing football for Wake Forest University, and is taking the next steps in his faith

To Empower and Encourage

Have you ever met a person and they get you fired up in a good way? A person who instantly motivates you? Who empowers you? LaMorris Crawford has that God-given appeal.

Are You Passionate?

Anyone who knows anything about the National Football League is aware that Pittsburgh Steelers...

There is Another Way

J.T. Starks grew up in Lancaster, Texas, near Dallas, amidst violence and uncertainty. He had no role model as a child, but he relied on his instincts for survival.

Did God See That Coming?

Over the past 18 months of blogging, I have tried to post some inspirational...

Wentz is Finding His Voice

They came to see their world champion Philadelphia Eagles play in the inaugural AO1 Foundation Charity Softball game, organized by Carson Wentz. Wentz is not only making his mark on the field, but also making it off the field and for the greater good.

Tennessee Titan Brett Kern Talks to Nashville Christian Voice

Tennessee Titans punter Brett Kern grew up in the suburban community of Grand Island, New York watching his father. Like most boys, young Brett longed to follow in his dad’s footsteps as a professional soccer player. His parent’s influence would end up going far deeper than his athletic aspirations.

Rick Barnes’ Biggest Regret

San Antonio — Regrets. Most everyone has them. Maybe you picked the wrong career or you wish you had gone to college. But Rick Barnes, who received the 2018 Coach Wooden “Keys to Life” Award at the Legends of the Hardwood Breakfast, recently hosted by Athletes in Action, has a big one.

Stay at 17 Inches

Several hands went up when Scolinos asked how many Little League coaches were in the room. “Do you know how wide home plate is in Little League?” After a pause, someone offered, “17 inches,” more question than answer.

“Make a Difference Today”

BRADENTON, Fla. – ENCOURAGE: To give support, confidence or hope to someone. I met Clint Hurdle, the...

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In its latest study, Barna Group found that tithing is not widely understood or practiced in today's church.