Political correctness has invaded my alma mater. I was disappointed to receive an email from our hometown pastor last week, informing me that the assistant football coach at my high school alma mater in Washington state was being investigated for praying with his team. My late brother played football on that team. How could the school have strayed so far off?
Football teams and saying prayers at games go hand in hand; it is a longtime American tradition.
Coach Joe Kennedy, a Marine Corps veteran and well beloved by students, has been leading a prayer after each Bremerton High School football game for nine years. But after two people allegedly complained to the school, he was told to immediately stop. Kennedy, who is Bremerton's junior varsity coach and varsity assistant coach, said he was told he would be fired otherwise. He was not even allowed to bow his head. more >>
Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos will look to win their third straight match this season as they visit Ford Field to play the Detroit Lions in the National Football League.
The match is on September 27, 2015 at 8:30 PM ET.
Now with a 2-0 start to the season, Denver have shown that they are a team to beat and they are able to bounce back from a deficit. more >>
The Cleveland Browns welcome the Oakland Raiders at Browns Stadium in the National Football League.
On September 27, 2015, the match starts at 1:00 PM ET.
At the moment, both teams are at 1-1 after two matches and are offering a lot of positivity within their respective fan bases. more >>
The Seattle Seahawks look to get help from their famed 12th man as they host the Chicago Bears at CenturyLink Field in the National Football League.
On September 27, 2015, the match begins at 4:25 PM ET.
Both teams have yet to win this season and for one team, the drought is finally going to end when the night is over. more >>
Hollywood producers Mark Burnett and Roma Downey believe their upcoming faith-based football film "Woodlawn" is "brilliantly made" and matches the quality of some of their other Christian productions, such as "The Bible" television series.
The Christian mega-couple shot a promotional video for "Woodlawn," titled "Who Is Going to Stand Up for Jesus," which includes a trailer for the film along with an inspirational message from them.
"The entertainment world around faith is undeniable. I'd like to think we had little to do with that, with the 'Bible' series being so prevalent in 100 million households. And we said at that time we thought it was a door opener. It opened the door for others to make faith films as long as they were made well. 'Woodlawn' is such a movie. This is brilliantly made," said Burnett in the clip shared with The Christian Post. more >>
Steph Curry may have won the 2015 NBA championship with his Golden State Warriors, but he recently recalled a 2009 draft report that claimed he would have limited success in the league.
Curry, the 27-year-old Warriors point guard who was named the league's MVP last season, stars in a new video for the CoachUp service that provides athletes with private coaching opportunities to help people improve in over 30 sports.
In the video, Curry reads from a 2009 NBA draft scouting report while demonstrating some of his superior athletic abilities. more >>