Airing it Out


    Airing it Out

    The Bartman Affect

    [caption id="attachment_15591" align="aligncenter" width="720"] CHICAGO, IL - NOVEMBER 02: Chicago Cubs fans celebrate outside Wrigley Field as the Cubs play the Cleveland Indians during game seven of the 2016 World...

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    The problem with pedestals

    We make super heroes out of regular people. And that’s a shame. Why? Because those super heroes just want to be regular people like you and me. They don’t have...

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    Airing It Out: Mess-ups are hard, but can be overcome

    Probably the most devastating thing that can happen to us is to mess up publicly. When you’re someone known by only a few people, messing up publicly is bad, but...

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    Airing It Out: Mark Richt responds with grace, gratitude in adversity

    Is a college coaching position, or any coaching position for that matter, only about wins and losses? Most people would agree that it’s not, but that wins and losses are...

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    Airing It Out: How Important?

    I am reading a book by A.W. Tozer titled, The Purpose of Man, and, although I know how important our relationship with God is, I don’t think I live like...

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    Airing It Out: Our Responsibility?

    How much is a coach culpable for the right or wrong actions of his players? In today’s society, you would think he’s just as responsible or more responsible for their...

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    Airing it Out: Encourage or Destroy?

    The stories of Laura Bassett and Steve Bartman are great examples of what it takes to truly embrace, love and encourage someone or to truly crush, hate and destroy them....

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    Airing It Out: Love Through Life

    When I was a child, my mom would take me and my brother to youth baseball and football practices at the nearby elementary school. She took care of us, joyfully,...

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    Airing it out: Memory Lane and Life's Lessons

    A trip down memory lane brought me some cash, great conversations, new memories to share and a lesson about what our earthly possessions can teach us about life here and...

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    Airing It Out: Which way does the ball bounce?

    What would you do if you had the ability and power to share your faith without consequence? Would you respect non-believers or believers of other faiths by not sharing Christ...

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    Airing It Out: The Truce Match

    "Make sure that nobody pays back wrong for wrong, but always strive to do what is good for each other and for everyone else.” I Thessalonians 5:15 Six years before...

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    Airing It Out: Surprisingly Good

    "Make sure that nobody pays back wrong for wrong, but always strive to do what is good for each other and for everyone else.” I Thessalonians 5:15 Two stories that...

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    Airing It Out: Life lived out

    Imagine if we were encouraged every day. Or taken care of every day. Or loved, celebrated, or even supported in our endeavors— every day. Imagine. How would that make you...

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    Retaliation in MLB must stop

    Pittsburgh Pirates star and reigning National League MVP Andrew McCutchen was hit by a pitch on Aug. 2. Ordinarily, that might not even have been a note in the game...

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    God's Soft Spot

    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...

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    Airing It Out -- Merciful messengers

    Manhattan College men’s basketball coach Steve Masiello had just led the program to the most wins in 10 years, and the Jaspers ended the season by nearly beating defending national...

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    Airing It Out -- Humility, we need more of it

    Richard Sherman’s post-game rant after the NFC Championship game has been a lesson in believability, apologies that carry no weight and a reminder that humility is difficult, but that it’s...

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    Airing It Out -- Memories etched in stone

    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...

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    Airing It Out -- Why the NFL matters

        Sports are popular in America. How popular? Of the top 50-most watched television programs in America in 2013, 45 were sporting events. Of those top 50 programs, the...

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    Airing It Out -- From Africa with love and encouragement

    As I spoke to LPGA legend and World Golf Hall of Famer Betsy King recently, I was encouraged. I was encouraged by what she’s doing in Africa to help the...

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