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Winter 2016 print magazine now available for online viewing

Log in HERE to view Sports Spectrum's Winter 2016 print magazine, our first magazine of this winter. This special extended issue includes feature stories on Carolina Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis, New England Patriots wide receiver Matthew Slater, University of North Carolina women's basketball coach Sylvia Hatchell, St. Louis Cardinals manager Mike Matheny, Bubba Watson's caddy Ted Scott, PGA Tour players Cameron Tringale and Chesson Hadley, University of Washington forward Katie Collier, and the family of late Hall of Famer Reggie White...

Featured: Taking One for the Team

After taking a year off to help his brother start a church, FC Dallas soccer player Ryan Hollingshead learned the true meaning of perseverance.

In the Huddle: Bind the Strong Man

This year in the Bengals’ chapel we’ve been looking at 125 questions that Jesus asked in the New Testament. One of them was, “How...

Featured: Living Water to Haiti

Located in the center of the Caribbean is the beautiful island of Haiti. In the entire western hemisphere there may not be another nation...

Unpackin’ It: NFL network analyst Daniel Jeremiah discussing sharing his faith

Bryce Johnson is the host of the nationally syndicated faith-based sports radio show, UNPACKIN’ it, where he interviews intriguing people from the sports and...

Featured: This City Came Together

On August 12th, 2016, rain began to fall on Baton Rouge, Louisiana. There was nothing unusual about it at first. But before long the...

MLB Closeup: Cody Allen

Cleveland Indians closer Cody Allen has relied on his faith to keep him grounded and handle the failures that pro athletes face.

MLB Closeup: Yan Gomes

Despite injuries and demotions, Cleveland Indians catcher Yan Gomes has remained positive because he sees the big picture.

MLB Closeup: Chris Coghlan

Chris Coghlan went from the bottom to the top of the world, but his ascension to the top happened before he helped the Cubs win the World Series.

MLB Closeup: Ben Zobrist

World Series MVP Ben Zobrist didn’t start his career in an electrifying way, but the 11-year veteran’s last few years have been one for the record books.

The Bartman Affect

The Chicago Cubs are World Series champs after more than 100 years of frustration. It’s a joyous time in the Windy City, and in baseball,...