Is Tim Tebow a Blasphemer?

Posted by on 8.16.11 in Questions, Current Events, Evangelism, Sports, Men's Ministry, Apologetics

Gregg Doyel thinks so.You don’t have to take my word for it. Doyel, national columnist for CBSSports.com, says so in his column called Unbelievable–Tebow Believes Faith Equates to Starting in the NFL. This is Doyel’s conclusion:Tebow has been a great billboard for Christianity – just as Muhammad Ali has been a great bil…

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Professor Barkley’s Theology Lesson

Posted by on 5.3.11 in Sports

You never know where you’ll find some spiritual insight.I found it while watching former NBA superstar Charles Barkley pontificate during the halftime of a basketball game between the San Antonio Spurs and the Memphis Grizzlies. In this particular first-round playoff matchup, the Spurs were overwhelming favorites since they were the #1 seed i…

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Talking About Tim Tebow on the Radio Today

Posted by on 2.8.10 in Current Events, Sports, Interviews

I just found out (about 10 minutes ago) that I’m on the radio this morning from 10 AM-12 Noon CDT the “Today’s Issues” program on American Family Radio. We’ll start the program by airing the much-discussed Super Bowl ad featuring Tim and Pam Tebow. Later in the program we’ll talk with Tommy Newberry about his new…

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Tim Tebow’s Super Bowl Ad

Posted by on 2.6.10 in Abortion, Current Events, Sports

By now virtually the whole world knows that Tim Tebow and his mother will be featured in a 30-second ad appearing during the first quarter of the Super Bowl. The ad itself is sponsored by Focus on the Family and cost around $3 million. What message could be so important that supporters quickly raised the three million dollars? And why has the ad sp…

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Saints QB Drew Brees talks about Jesus

Posted by on 2.2.10 in Sports, Video

Since this Super Bowl week, I though I’d share this new video by New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees in which he talks about his Christian faith….

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Beyond the Ultimate

Posted by on 2.3.07 in Sports

The following full-page ad is running in the weekend edition of USA Today: Check out Beyond the Ultimate to find out more details.

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Super Bowl XLl—It’s All About the Food

Posted by on 1.31.07 in Sports

Last night I went to bed thinking about the Super Bowl, which is something that hasn’t happened in a long time. In the last few years, I’ve watched the game but not with a lot of interest. This year is different, however, and I am in fact torn between the Bears and the Colts. Mostly, maybe entirely, I’m fo …

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Friday, August 29, 2003

Posted by on 8.29.03 in Sports

9:37 PM I actually agree with the point Pat Buchanan makes about the usurpation of our liberties by the court system in America. 8:09 PM Looking ahead to Sunday, there will be special music in the traditional service by Amy Schuler (clarinet) and Jean Boerman (solo), and in the contemporary services a duet by Andrew Irvin a…

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Saturday, June 7, 2003

Posted by on 6.7.03 in Churches, Personal, Biking, Sports

Took a long bike ride today, starting about 6:30 AM. Went east on Lake Street from Oak Park into the Austin neighborhood of Chicago. Rode past the Rock Church and Circle Urban Ministries and thanked the Lord for the good work being done there. Followed the el tracks east past Cicero, Kostner, Pulaski, eventually got all the…

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