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This golf pro was headed towards all the trappings of fame, until God showed him how to truly stay on par.
Basketball was his strength through college, but drinking and drugs became his weakness.
Bodybuilder Ron Williams will discuss how his faith helped him overcome an eating disorder and find success in lasting weight loss.
New Zealand has long been a haven for adrenaline junkies, and recent our own Wendy Griffith who took the plunge.
Two inspirational ministries will take God's word to the court this week by encouraging coaches at the NCAA tournament to lead their teams spiritually.
Jerry and Shirley Rose, Founders of The Total Living Network, will encourage baby boomers to embrace life after 50 and continue growing—spiritually, emotionally, and intellectually.
Barabbas Road Church gives a whole new meaning to “active membership.” Members spend Sunday afternoons working out at the park.
The FOX News Radio anchor tells how he went from 300 pounds and a bad heart to 150 pounds and good health.
Tim Michaels discusses fitness and exercise for kids. He is the author of “Super Healthy Kingdom Kids”.
Boise State Broncos safety Marty Tadman won kudos during the 2007 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl. But at one time he was so unhappy he was ready to let a train take his life.
Shawn Brown sits down to talk to Tony Dungy about his career as an NFL coach and his decision to retire.
Bodybuilder Dave Hawk talks about his fitness career.
Coach Kris Hogan of Faith Christian School discusses the infamous football game with high school inmates.
Pat discusses investing your life in what matters most when pursuit of fame, money, power, and pleasure fails.
Pittsburgh Steelers defender, Aaron Smith, shares how he went from being an angry child to give his life to Christ.
The Olympic Gold Medal skater shares his secrets to finding happiness in the face of a life filled with challenges.
Oklahoma Sooners defensive tackle Gerald McCoy was dealt a serious blow when his mother unexpectedly died after his freshman year at Oklahoma.
The orthopaedic surgeon talks about fitness in mid-life and beyond.