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Impossible Situations? He is the Lord of Possibilities

Impossible Situations? He is the Lord of Possibilities

Mr. Football: Johnny U During the 1950s & 1960s, there was one name that became synonymous with football — Johnny Unitas. During these great growth years of the NFL, Unitas helped carry the sport to the forefront. His work ethic and passion for the game provided his teammates with great inspiration. Unitas was a self-made man

Guts, Grace, and Glory

Editor’s Note: The most exciting time of the NFL football season is upon us, as fans around the country are gearing up for Superbowl Sunday. Enjoy this excerpt of  Guts, Grace, and Glory: A Football Devotional by Dr. Jim Grassi. This book gives favorite Bible verses and anecdotes from some of the greatest players in the

Are You In The Game For God?

In football, each player toils at his job hoping to win his individual battles. Each player brings his own dynamic to the game: for some it’s about intimidation; for others it’s a quiet but powerful exercise of God-given abilities; with a few players the battle is won through analysis and applied wisdom. There are times when

Respect: Give It and Pursue It

Editor’s Note: Congratulations to Tim Brown who will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Family on August 9, 2015! Respect is incredibly important to men, not just in the NFL but in all walks of life. We crave it from our peers, our friends, our family, and especially our girlfriends or wives. Plenty

Character: Can the Devil Make Me Do It?

Sorting through some of the discouraging headlines from the sports section of various newspapers , I find an amazing number of columns dealing exclusively with the topic of character, or lack thereof. Jerry Sandusky, the retired Penn State assistant who coached scores of NFL defenders in his three decades at the university, was found guilty on 45 counts at

Just Do It! Make a Difference!

To some, “Just Do It” is a catchy phrase for a sports apparel company. To Robert Griffin III, that phrase has more meaning and purpose. When it was announced that Robert Griffin III was the 2011 Heisman Trophy winner, Baylor fans erupted in cheers of great joy. The man known as “RG3” is the first Heisman winner in Baylor history.

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