February 1, 2008
Maybe you are one of the millions of football fans who will not be watching your favorite team play in the Superbowl this year. My dreams came crashing down with Tony Romo’s errant pass from the 10-yard line a few weeks ago, so the Superbowl doesn’t hold as much magic for me this year.
Why not stay home from your Superbowl party on Sunday and turbo-charge your witnessing program through the motivational ministry of the “Evangelism Linebacker”? Read the rest of this entry »
October 1, 2007
While Cowboy fans were screaming for Romo’s head on a platter last year when Romo’s muffed snap hold cost us a playoff win and sent us home for the year, somehow I knew that Tony Romo would be back and better than ever. But Romo’s performance so far, during an amazing 4-0 start for the silver and blue, has been nothing short of breathtaking.
In just a few months, Romo has gone from the outhouse to the penthouse.
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February 22, 2007
As I clicked on our Tivo and watched the NBA All-Star Game festivities late Sunday night, I missed Michael. I know we have LeBron, Duane, Kobe and others, but I remember seeing Michael every week on television, and I miss him. My brother Sam saw him live in Chicago, and said that he would never forget watching Jordan soar over defenders effortlessly. He is simply the best, and there will never be another like him. Read the rest of this entry »
February 6, 2006
I’m tired of cheerleaders. If I’m right, most sports fans are tired of them too. Read the rest of this entry »