Pastor Miles McPherson of The Rock Church on Sunday interviewed San Diego Chargers' running back Danny Woodhead, who shared with the congregation how he surrenders to God in his life as well as when he plays his game.
Pastor McPherson, who played for the Chargers for 4 years, told the members of his San Diego megachurch that Woodhead's testimony is not just for them to hear and be encouraged by it, but for them to apply it to their life. "As you listen to Danny's story, I want you to think about your life and how God wants you to know Him better."
"I grew up in a strong Christian home, both parents served Jesus. It was all about Jesus," Woodhead, who joined the San Diego Chargers in 2013, told Pastor McPherson. "I had great examples. My mom and dad taught me that it was about a relationship with Him," the NFL star added. "It wasn't a set of rules. That was the example to me, that it's about a relationship with Jesus." more >>
In a visit to boxing coach Freddie Roach last week, Floyd Mayweather Jr. asked the well-known trainer to work with UFC champion Conor McGregor for their upcoming fight.
Though he denied that McGregor's camp approached him to ask for help when it comes to training, Roach confirmed that Mayweather personally asked him to coach the UFC fighter for a possible match, The Sun said.
"He asked me to take that job if it's offered to me, because he told me the fight is going to happen and we're going to make a lot of money," Roach mentioned in the same report. He, however, claimed that it would take about three years for McGregor to transition from an MMA fighter to a boxer. more >>
A tragic accident took place in a veteran's charity event that brought a lot of sadness to the Adrian community.
It was reported that a 12-year-old girl recently died of a rodeo accident. Kalee Chandler unfortunately died when her horse, Sarrley, had a heart attack. The two just finished running the barrel-races when the horse had an attack that led to Chandler's death.
Sarrley had slammed into a fence, which pinned Chandler beneath her. The young girl was pronouced dead at the Kansas City Hospital leaving her community in grief. Chandler's barrel racing coach, Tracy Murray shared her sentiments on the young girl, as per CBS News. more >>
Sports are the crown of unscripted entertainment. 111.9 million people watched Super Bowl 50, a billion people watched the 2014 FIFA World Cup final and 3.5 billion viewers tuned in for the Sochi Olympics in 2014.
No matter what team or athlete you follow, the magic of sports is its ability to keep you at the edge of your seat during the whole event.
Growing up, my family was crazy about sports. Sundays brought three guarantees to our household: eggs for breakfast, church, and watching football. My two sisters did gymnastics and dance when they were younger. My brother Don was an All-American quarterback for Syracuse, and my brother Mark was once the 8th ranked boxer in the world. I played for the NFL's San Diego Chargers for 4 years. more >>
The Cavaliers vs. Raptors series is returning to Air Canada center tonight - May 27, 2016 - as the 2016 NBA Playoffs and Eastern Conference Finals proceed with Game 6. The game is scheduled for 8:30 p.m. ET ( 5:30 p.m. PT) and Cleveland can either clinch the series and move up to the Finals or Toronto can force a Game 7 back at Cleveland.
Down 2-3, Toronto is in a win-or-go-home situation and they will certainly be looking to bounce back from the demoralizing Game 5 loss where they lost by the largest margin so far in the series - 38 points.
Derozan and Lowry 'Absent' in Game 5 more >>
Whether or not the Golden State Warriors advance to the NBA Finals, the sister of the team's star point guard Steph Curry believes God will get the glory.
"Good game, bad game you always give God the glory for the ability to play," Sydel Curry, tweeted to her 29,600 Twitter followers on Tuesday.
The Warriors are down 3-1 against the Oklahoma City Thunder in Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals that 21-year-old Sydel was tweeting from. more >>