Where Sports and Faith Connect.

Monthly Archives: January 2014

PGA golfer Tiger Woods once said, "Everyone knows what the Masters is, even if you're a non-golfer. People know what Wimbledon is. They know what the Super Bowl is. There are certain events that people just know about." That's true. Some events are just known, especially the Super Bowl. As Christians we know about certain events that have taken or will be taking place, with one of them being the rapture of believers. However, I think we take it for granted that everyone knows...

I have an odd recollection of names like Joe DiMaggio, Stan Musial, Ted Williams and other baseball greats from the 1940s, 50s and early 60s, even though I was born well after they played the game. Sure, I remember watching 1970s greats like Mike Schmidt, Tom Seaver, Willie Stargell, Reggie Jackson, and Nolan Ryan play on TV, where I also saw the Big Red Machine, the “We Are Family” Pittsburgh Pirates and the New York Yankees and Los Angeles Dodgers in those great World Series match ups...

Our January 2014 DigiMag is a look back at 2013 and a preparation for 2014. This issue features an exclusive interview and in-depth feature with Sports Spectrum Male Athlete of the Year and National League MVP Andrew McCutchen along with the rest of our lists and awards for 2013. Our columns also touch on a variety of issues. Managing editor Brett Honeycutt writes about what he did to preserve the baseball memories he had with his father in his column "Airing It Out," and staff writer Stephen Copeland writes about his interview with tight-rope extraordinaire Nik Wallenda and what his 2013 Grand Canyon walk can teach us about life in his column "Another Angle." Log in here to view the January 2014 DigiMag. Not a subscriber? Subscribe to Sports Spectrum here.

Yeah, Super Bowl XXVII was a long time ago -- 1993, to be exact. Take a step back into the past, and read about legends like Reggie White, Barry Sanders, Mike Singletary, and Bart Starr. Happy Throwback Thursday, everyone...

Tony Dungy, in The Jersey Effect, talks about the struggle for athletes once they finish their career. It’s a struggle because, once sports are taken away, they wonder what their purpose in life is. When sports are taken away, they lose meaning in life. If you’re an athlete, is this true for you? If you’re not an athlete, what is the one thing in this world that you feel gives you meaning and purpose? How would you feel if it was taken away?

Does Maya Moore do anything but win? Every step, every stage, that’s all she has done. She won three state titles with Collins Hill High School in Georgia, two national titles in college at the University of Connecticut, and three years into her professional career with the Minnesota Lynx, her winning ways have not changed...

Some of the biggest impacts Clint Hurdle had on people this year wasn’t while he was managing the Pittsburgh Pirates to their best season...

As the seconds ticked off the clock and the San Francisco 49ers failed to run back a Baltimore Ravens punt for a score, John...

Most Popular

SOCIAL

10,073FansLike
73Subscribers+1
122FollowersFollow
0FollowersFollow
2,280SubscribersSubscribe