Category Archives: National Football League

The Super Bowl & Home Meetings!

Are you ready for the 52nd Super Bowl? LII. It’s almost time. A lot of people will be holding Super Bowl home meetings I have my Eagles uniform ready. I like to wear the uniform of spiritual eagles: “Clothe yourselves … Continue reading

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Statues & Knees (a paradox)

A poem about statues and knees: With statues we honor Men who took up arms In violent rebellion Against America; But we dishonor Those who simply kneel To protest police shootings Of unarmed men.

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A Cowboy in a Red Kettle / A Titan’s “one explanation”

“There is one explanation for why that ball went in and it’s because it was the Lord’s will for it to go in. Glory to God. What a day. You could give me 10 kicks from there and I don’t … Continue reading

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Radical (Back To The Roots) Church Is . . .

Church is a living message: *Christ alive from the dead; * actually present with us when we gather in His name; * personally directing the meeting and leading various people to share testimonies, gifts of the Spirit, Scriptures, prayers, etc. … Continue reading

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Congratulations! The NFL Draft Chooses You To Be A Playmaker

Congratulations!  You have been chosen in the first round of the 2012 NFL (Need For Love) Draft by Jesus Christ to be a playmaker for the International Kingdom Of God.  Now, learn your playbook (the Book of Acts) and do … Continue reading

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What’s More Exciting Than March Madness?

If you think that the Kentucky & Louisville and the Ohio State & Kansas games in this year’s college basketball Final Four are going to be exciting tomorrow night, here’s some great news for you. Church can be even more … Continue reading

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Bud’s Boldly Chasing Manning, But As For Me . . .

Observing the media circus of Bud Adams & the Tennessee Titans in hot pursuit of Peyton Manning makes me wonder . . . What would it be like if a group of people in Nashville began to publicly pursue Jesus … Continue reading

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I Didn’t Have The Courage To Tebow — Do You?

This morning (the day of the Broncos/Patriots playoff game), I worked out at the Y in Nashville.  Afterwards I was walking around the indoor track to cool down.  I passed a large TV in the corner of the room (right … Continue reading

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“Tebowing” Is Now An Official Word — What The Church Can Learn From Tim Tebow

Tebowing — What The Church Can Learn From Tim Tebow Denver Broncos’ quarterback, Tim Tebow, has had a remarkable season in 2011, leading his team to the NFL Playoffs by spearheading several amazing comebacks.  Tim, a sincere follower of Jesus … Continue reading

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Passion For The Christ — Spiritual Fire & Desire

Human history is sprinkled with lights — men, women, and children whose hearts were ablaze with passion for the Christ. Many are called “saints” and are remembered in our day. Untold millions of others, however, were unheralded in their day … Continue reading

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