Tag Archives: sports

Go for the gold

You do not belong to yourself. Now there is a radical and revolutionary statement. You will not hear that from any politician, or social media guru, or any sports or movie star, or any business leader today. You may not … Continue reading

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Big Game Rivalry Week

Rivalry week has come a little early here in southern California. Most of the west coast intra-state rivalries (Washington vs Washington St., Oregon vs Oregon St., Arizona vs Arizona St.) are having their games next weekend. But here in southern … Continue reading

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Super apology

Well everybody, after all is said and done with Super Bowl LIII, I think I would have rather had church.

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The difference between good and great

What’s the difference between good and great? That’s a question that affects a lot of what we do, from our jobs, to our ministries, to our service in the community, to what it means to be a father, mother, husband … Continue reading

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Game for the ages

No wonder they call it grandaddy. It’s been going on for 103 years and yesterday’s installment of the Rose Bowl game was one of the best ever — certainly in my lifetime, and I’ve seen almost all of them I’ve … Continue reading

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Sports and religion

I first want to thank all of you who responded to Monday’s Catch with your kind condolences over the Angels’ elimination from the playoffs. And to those, like my wife, who think this is way too much attention to pay … Continue reading

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