THIS IS EPISODE 394 OF THE SPORTS SPECTRUM PODCAST
Tad Glibert’s story is one that needs to be heard. He is a former assistant director of operations for the Northwestern University men’s basketball program. Glibert attended Indiana Wesleyan, where he played soccer. He also served as an intern in the athletic department at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill.
In 2018, Glibert went on a missions trip to Africa with his wife, Karly, as part of Circle of Hope International, which had partnered with the Grace Alliance Church in Malawi to build the Grace Center — a boys and girls orphanage, church, school, feeding program, and soon to be medical clinic and maternal center. During this trip, Glibert experienced danger like many of us will never see, as he witnessed an armed robbery from 15-20 men. This experience changed Glibert’s life forever.
On this episode of the podcast, we hear Glibert’s incredible robbery story, why he went on the missions trip to Malawi, how God was present in the midst of that situation, and why he is now making a life-altering move with his wife to live as missionaries in Africa.
Our greatest fear should not be of failure but of succeeding in things in life that don’t really matter
— Tad Glibert (@tglib2) September 23, 2019
– Greg Tonagel, Indiana Wesleyan Men’s Basketball Coach
– Tony Bennett, Virginia Men’s Basketball Coach
– Rick Barnes, Tennessee Men’s Basketball Coach