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Blog Entry | Collegiate >
Many golfers will tell you that the Ryder Cup is the biggest event out there. Not the Masters, not the U.S. Open, not the PGA Championship, but the every-other-year match that pits America’s best against Europe’s best in an unusual team format. This year, “America’s best” includes a Baylor Bear: Jimmy Walker. The former Baylor All-American turned pro in 2001 and made the PGA Tour just three years later. But injuries derailed his care»
Blog Entry | Church Leadership >
How much is the golf biz struggling? Dick’s Sporting Goods just terminated all their PGA pros in their golf sections — darren rovell (@darrenrovell) July 22, 2014 As reported in the tweet above, on Tuesday, July 22 Dick’s Sporting Good laid off 500 golf pros.  The company’s overall golf business missed its first-quarter sales plan […]
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
I used to compete against PGA Tour professional Bo Van Pelt. Yes, in golf. Granted, we were both a little younger, my hair was feathered perfectly down the middle, and Steve Winwood’s “Back in the High Life” was #1 on the Billboard Charts, but we did play each other quite a few times in Indiana summer tournaments throughout the late eighties. I’ve even forgiven him for calling that two-stroke “teeing off in front of the markers” penal»
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This story is not about Celeste. It has words in it like I, me, and my, but only because it is told from my perspective. (See, there’s one of those words again!) The story is about a little deaf boy and a mighty God. Please, just hear that. Sister Betty placed the children in two straight lines out the door and down the steps in the front of Hamilton Mountain Baptist Church in St. Mary Parish, Jamaica. The older girls helped organize. They put»
Blog Entry | Counseling >
Heartline Podcast – Episode 99 – Dr. Emerson Eggerichs Children need love. Parents need respect. But here’s the rub: a child who’s feeling unloved negatively reacts in a way that feels disrespectful to a parent and a disrespected parent negatively reacts in a way that feels unloving to the child. This dynamic gives birth to what Dr Emerson Eggerichs calls the Family Crazy Cycle. So how do we break out of it? Dr Eggerichs is here today to»
Blog Entry | Blogs >
Day #28: Only pictures.
Blog Entry | Blogs >
Lately I have been seeing a lot of commercials on television for the upcoming season of Big Brother. I don’t watch this show but it is very popular. I think that it brings out the voyeur in its audience. However, this post is not about voyeurism or about those that watch these “reality” television shows. I use the term “reality” television here very loosely. The producers of the show would like for you to believe tha»
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
I admit it. I was rooting for Tiger Woods. I wanted him to win. I’ve secretly longed to see him hoist another championship trophy for the last 924 days. It’s true. Not the icon. Not the tabloid image. Not the red shirt. Not the machine. Not the argumentative, pretentious, rehearsed image. The man. The broken, fallen man. The human being. The guy who stood sadly alone for his post-win interview. No smiling wife or excited toddlers to»
Blog Entry | Technology >
I have never been a big fan of winter.  Growing up in the south, even though we did not get much snowy weather, I was always excited when March 1st arrived.  Why?  Because I always remembered the saying “March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb.”  To me that meant that the probability of spring was just around the corner.  I knew that if I could make it just a few more weeks, the birds would be singing and I would be running a»
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An interview with golfer K.J.Choi