For some, the Super Bowl will slip by with barely a notice. For the uninitiated, the Super Bowl seems to be the epitome of a hyped-up overemphasis of testosterone in tights. For others, the Super Bowl is the crowning achievement of the glory of sports. In the favor of the latter group, fans are paying... Continue Reading →
Fatherhood and Football
I am just finishing up an article on fatherhood which will be featured in the newly released Journal of Family Ministry. Obviously, the subject of fatherhood is on my mind. So, it is no coincidence that I picked up on the importance of fatherhood from this ESPN story about Jadeveon Clowney, the nation’s #1 high... Continue Reading →
Football Players Lack Power
Like many men in America, I am interested in the outcome of this weekend’s NFL playoffs. Which teams will win the battles of strategic prowess and player power? At the end of this weekend, there will be only 4 victors remaining in the quest for the Lombardi Trophy. Eventually, there will be but 1 winner... Continue Reading →
Not that you should be wavering at this point, but if you are looking for a reason to be a Saints fan, try reading this article about Drew Brees, a true saint. Just the right encouragement before the big game next week.
Super Bowl Prep
To get your mind ready for the Super Bowl, and to help you discover the team for which you should be cheering, I have linked to this nice article. You will so much enjoy it. Go Cards! (P.S. I grew up a Terry Bradshaw-Lynn Swann Steelers fan. So, they are OK with me, especially when... Continue Reading →