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Blog Entry | Church Leadership >
It was awful. It was embarrassing. I couldn’t watch it anymore. My team, the Washington Redskins had started a good fight against the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday night football. The Redskins came out strong and scored 14 points quickly. My team was looking like they were a sure win to continue into the NFL playoffs with strong momentum. I was hopefully that my Redskins were
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A quarterback and God
Blog Entry | Church Leadership >
There’s a big uproar over Robert Griffin III reversing his shirt inside out at a press conference. RG3’s shirt read, “Know Jesus Know Peace” or “No Jesus No Peace”. (Cool play on words there.) Over at Fox News, they are creating a controversy. On the Fox and Friends Facebook page, they posted the above picture with the text: []
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
To honor Robert Griffin III in light of his injury and the end of his first season playing professional football, I dedicated my green (for Baylor) protein pancake recipe to him. Actually, it's all very coincidental, I just wanted to be able to say Sic 'Em, Bears! In the instance that I'm craving breakfast food, whether it's first thing in the morning or late at night, I usually scramble some egg whites and pair it with some turkey bacon. But»
Blog Entry | Youth >
Who would you rather have, future Hall of Famer Peyton Manning or the NFL's biggest draft bust and convict, Ryan Leaf? If you are a lover of the NFL, then the draft is like Christmas morning. All of the future NFL stars are brimming with optimism, the fans deck themselves out in their team gear, and if you’re a Redskins fan, you thank God for Robert Griffin III. As a football fan I love the NFL draft because I love to see the names and college»
Blog Entry | Christian Living >
After reading Marv Knox's 100 Reasons to Be Thankful on the FaithVillage blog, I was inspired. I originally wanted to write a long list of things I'm grateful for before Thanksgiving. Once again, it came and went quicker than I'd prefer. But that's okay. I'll make it work. Thanksgiving is more than a holiday. It's an attitude that we should put effort into maintaining each and every day - not merely once a year. While that seems cliché, it's tru»
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An NFL team’s season-ending loss is a parable for dying churches that wait until too late in the game to make changes that might»