• NEW summer print magazine available for viewing


    Want to view your magazine digitally before it arrives in your mailbox? Our summer print magazine and second DigiMag of the summer is now available for viewing. This issue includes exclusive feature stories on New York Jets wide receiver David Nelson, San Diego Chargers wide receiver Vincent Brown, Jamaican track star Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, and alternative rock band Switchfoot.

    Log in here to view. To receive 12 issues of Sports Spectrum magazine a year, three issues each season, subscribe HERE. Enjoy. Continue reading

  • Looking For Opportunities

    Devotion of the Week

    Late in one game during a June 2014 home series with the New York Mets, St. Louis Cardinals center fielder Peter Bourjos drifted back to catch a fly ball near the warning track. It was the final out of the inning. Then Bourjos, like many outfielders have done before him, ran toward the left center field bleachers, pointed toward a bespectacled little boy on the front row, and tossed him the ball… Continue reading

  • San Diego Chargers WR Vincent Brown plays music with his mom

    Video of the Week

  • Resting in smallness

    Another Angle

    Switchfoot’s lead singer Jon Foreman and drummer Chad Butler say that their favorite thing about surfing is feeling small again in the ocean—leaving their problems on the shore, getting lost in the ocean’s infinite magnitude, and sometimes being humiliated by its waves.

    This idea, feeling small, was one of the underlying things they communicated in their interview with Sports Spectrum… Continue reading

  • Heart For Haiti


    During the NFL off-season, most players spend time vacationing with their families, participating in charity golf tournaments, and renegotiating contracts. New York Jets wide receiver David Nelson does something a little different during his time away from the gridiron. In fact, a lot different!

    After a life changing missions trip to Haiti in the spring of 2012… Continue reading

  • Aeneas Williams: Spiritual Leading

    Devotion of the Week

    Although Isaiah 48:17 was a specific message to Israel, the latter part of the verse reveals a truth about God—that He “directs you in the way you should go.”

    We also see this in Proverbs 3:5-6, which says, “Trust in the LORD with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight.” Some translations say, “He will direct your paths…” Continue reading

  • Baylor’s Art Briles turns to faith in personal tragedy (by CBN Sports)

    Video of the Week

  • God’s Soft Spot

    Airing it Out

    You may have heard the recent story of Antoine Turner, the Boise State recruit who was homeless and who Boise State had to ask the NCAA permission to help with living accommodations.Two things struck me about this case, besides the obvious of having to ask permission to do the only humanly decent and logical thing for a person… Continue reading

  • 100 Percent

    From The Archives

    Former NFL linebacker Derrick Brooks is now in the Hall of Fame. Here is a throwback story when he was featured on the cover of Sports Spectrum’s Winter 2009 issue.

    The glass atrium of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ posh headquarters is adorned with exhibits commemorating the history of the franchise.The most striking is a statue featuring life-sized images of coach Jon Gruden and eight standout players reveling in their 48-21 victory against the Oakland Raiders in Super Bowl XXXVII. Among the sculpted figures is one of Derrick Brooks, whose character off the football field is symbolized in a less conspicuous…

    Click here to finish reading Sports Spectrum’s throwback feature on Derrick Brooks from five years ago. Continue reading

  • MLB All-Star Adam Wainwright’s secret to success (by CBN Sports)

    Video of the Week

  • Using Your Gifts for Something Bigger than Yourself

    Devotion of the Week

    Several years ago I lived in a world that didn’t make God happy. I played on good teams and was paid good money, but I wasn’t happy. It was a dark world with many fake friendships; people who liked me for what I had. When I met my future wife, she helped me know the true love of God. In the moment that I accepted Jesus and gave my life to Him, everything changed. I received a new lease on life with trusted friends, and in my job as a soccer player… Continue reading

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