Is simply playing (or working) for the money good or bad?

Perhaps the question of whether it’s ever okay to simply play/work for money is not quite the dichotomy that we often make it out to be.

He Don’t Want That Smoke: A King’s Advice to Ja Morant

The best advice for someone in Morant’s position might come from someone who’s done it all, had it all, been there, and done that: the king who wrote Ecclesiastes.

Super Bowl LVII Reminds Us to Sit with Black (Sports) History a Little Longer

Two Black quarterbacks finally having a chance to play at the game’s highest level in the season’s biggest game is a big deal that’s worth celebrating.

Maya Moore: Love and (No More) Basketball

From Maya Moore’s decision to retire from basketball in the prime of her career, we can learn to use our gifts and talents to pursue the good and flourishing of others’ lives.

Lamar Jackson’s Injury Proves We’ve Learned Nothing From Damar Hamlin’s Cardiac Arrest

Insisting that players sacrifice their bodies for our mere entertainment should not sit well with us.

2022 Sports Roundup, 4th Quarter

Here are some of the biggest headlines and most overlooked stories in sports from 2022’s fourth quarter.

2022 Sports Roundup, 3rd Quarter

Here are some of the biggest headlines and most overlooked stories in sports from 2022’s third quarter.

Damar Hamlin’s Injury Should Compel Us to Look Beyond Football

We forget that it’s a blessing to watch people use their God-given talents to do what they love — and that they owe us nothing.

2022 Sports Roundup, 2nd Quarter

Here are some of the biggest headlines and most overlooked stories in sports from 2022’s second quarter.

2022 Sports Roundup, 1st Quarter

Here are some of the biggest headlines and most overlooked stories in sports from 2022’s first quarter.

We Are to Blame for Deshaun Watson’s Awkward Return to the NFL

If one of the best quarterbacks of his time is allowed to objectify or use women simply because he has a skill we deeply admire, then what kind of society are we?

Dusty Baker Proves That Champions Need “Negative Motivation”

If we sacrifice the negativity to have only positivity, we won’t experience the beauty that comes from removing the comforts of one’s accomplishments.

Bryce Harper’s Revenge or Redemption?

Our value is inherent no matter how we perform.

Time For Practice: A Coach’s Box October Sports Roundup

Reflecting on some of the biggest headlines currently gripping the sports world.

The Business of Football vs. The Business of Compassion

We’re not talking about avatars or fictitious characters created solely for our entertainment.

The Chiefs and the Chargers Reveal the Value of Perseverance

Perseverance and practice are both necessary to find a way to compete—let alone excel—at the highest levels of competition.