Posts Tagged ‘coach’

Benchwarmer

“So Sarah laughed to herself.” –Genesis 18:12 Read: Genesis 18 Benchwarmer. Not something that sat well with me. But during my sophomore year in high school, I endured it for the first time in my life. See, I was a baseball player, and a good one. But basketball? I probably should’ve hung up the Air […]


Pre-Game

“For God has not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind.” –2 Timothy 1:7 Read: 2 Timothy 1 Imagine a coach before a big football game. The team has taken a knee and their helmets are off as they await the last few words of […]


Benchwarmer

“So Sarah laughed to herself.” –Genesis 18:12 Read: Genesis 18 Benchwarmer. Not something that sat well with me. But during my sophomore year in high school, I endured it for the first time in my life. See, I was a baseball player, and a good one. But basketball? I probably should’ve hung up the Air […]


Who Wants the Ball?

“For God has not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind.” –2 Timothy 1:7 Read: 2 Timothy 1 Imagine a coach before a big football game. The team has taken a knee and their helmets are off as they await the last few words of […]


SWING AWAY

October 5, 2011 Read: Philippians 1 “For me to live is Christ, but to die is gain.” –Philippians 1:21 Well, seasons come and go. Baseball seasons, that is. If you’ve followed PrayFit for any length of time, by now you know we’re baseball people. And personally, I have a tradition. Each year, since I left […]


FIT TOGETHER

January 18, 2011 Read: Matthew 18 “For where two or more gather in my name, there I am with them.” –Matthew 18:20 Among the things I miss most about playing sports in high school and college, would be those times when coach would huddle us up to give us words of motivation. We’d all take […]


I'LL HAVE TO ASK

September 29, 2010 Read: Luke 11 “Ask, and you shall receive. Seek and you shall find.” –Luke 11:9 Back in high school, I had a basketball coach ask me if I’d come back to the team. It had been a couple years since I’d played, and by then I’d become a one-sport athlete. His question […]