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Wristbands for Championship Season

The spring sports season is ramping up to its final climatic weeks. With each practice and competition, more and more is on the line. Athletes and teams all over the country are focused on qualifying for the tournament, surviving and advancing, setting new personal bests,…

Big changes coming for Compete4Christ

Hey, it’s me. If you have followed Compete4Christ for awhile or you know me well, you know I recently finished my first season as the head football coach at Lincoln Christian School in Lincoln, Nebraska. It was a whirlwind of a season that I am…

It’s your job to respect the rep

Respect: a feeling of deep admiration for someone or something elicited by their abilities, qualities, or achievements. This might sound a bit abstract, but I think we ought to be far more respectful of the opportunities we get every day to work hard, learn, and…

Spieth, Willett, the Masters, and the Gospel

Did Spieth lose the Masters or did Willett win it? There is something mystically magnificent about the Masters. The history and tradition echo through the course. Even the most casual of golf fans are swept into the excitement hanging on every stroke of Sunday afternoon….

Does Jesus care if the Warriors win tonight?

You’re probably well aware that tonight the Golden State Warriors have a date with destiny. The Warriors host the Memphis Grizzlies as they strive to win an NBA record 73rd regular season game. Should the Warriors win they will pass the 1996 Chicago Bulls who set the…

Weekly Wisdom 4.10.16

UNC fan files petition A UNC fan has filed a petition on change.org to have the National Championship game overturned because he feels the officiating was one sided and the Tarheels were not given a fair opportunity to win. Jordan Spieth is wrestling with expectations…

Weekly Wisdom 4.3.16

Hield ends career in semifinals This week Todd, Robbie, and I talk about the way Buddy Hield’s college basketball career ended and provide a Christian perspective on defining a legacy. D’Angelo Russell and Nick Young We also discuss the rather bizarre drama that is unfolding between Las…