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Singletary speaks at Giants’ chapel

PHOENIX (BP)--The night before their historic Super Bowl upset of the New England Patriots, the New York Giants heard from Hall of Fame linebacker Mike Singletary at their team chapel service about putting God first in all they do.

Tomlinson thanks God & mom

ORIGINALLY POSTED Feb. 3, 2008 EDITOR’S NOTE: Art Stricklin, a sports correspondent for Baptist Press and director of ministry relations for Marketplace Ministries in Dallas, is reporting daily from the site of Super Bowl XLII in Phoenix, with exclusive coverage for BP readers on the spiritual side of the Super Bowl. PHOENIX (BP)–San Diego Chargers […]

12 NFL players aid church’s outreach

ORIGINALLY POSTED Feb. 3, 2008 PHOENIX (BP)–Combining one of the world’s most renown sporting events with a heart for ministry to the local community, North Phoenix Baptist Church hosted a “Day of Champions” Feb. 2. The largest Southern Baptist church in the Phoenix area partnered with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes to attract more than […]

Super Bowl worship gains momentum

ORIGINALLY POSTED Feb. 2, 2008 EDITOR’S NOTE: Art Stricklin, a sports correspondent for Baptist Press and director of ministry relations for Marketplace Ministries in Dallas, is reporting daily from the site of Super Bowl XLII in Phoenix, with exclusive coverage for BP readers on the spiritual side of the Super Bowl PHOENIX (BP)–The annual Super […]

Nantz held mic when Dungy credited God

EDITOR’S NOTE: Art Stricklin, a sports correspondent for Baptist Press and director of ministry relations for Marketplace Ministries in Dallas, is reporting daily from Phoenix with exclusive coverage for BP readers about the spiritual side of Super Bowl XLII. PHOENIX (BP)–CBS lead announcer Jim Nantz held the microphone when Indianapolis Colts Tony Dungy spoke of […]

Key coordinators among Patriots’ faithful

PHOENIX (BP)--As strength and conditioning coach for the New England Patriots, it's Mike Woicik's job that the AFC champions have plenty of stamina to complete an undefeated season in Sunday's Super Bowl XLII against the New York Giants.

Giants coaches build one another up

PHOENIX (BP)–New York Giants defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo has been given much of the credit an upstart defense that lifted the Giants to an improbable Super Bowl berth. But Spagnuolo also has a personal game plan rooted in Jesus Christ. “I think my faith is everything,” said Spagnuolo, a regular in the Giants coaches’ Bible […]

Giants’ early woes sparked Tyree to share faith, leadership for turnaround

PHOENIX (BP)-—Wide receiver David Tyree has been with the New York Giants long enough that the Big Apple's media know and respect his consistency in reaching out to others about his faith in Christ ... even in interviews.

Some Patriots see beyond NFL record book

PHOENIX (BP)--With the Super Bowl in view, the New England Patriots are accustomed to questions about whether they would become the greatest team of all time with a victory on Sunday to cap an undefeated season.

Pats chaplain devises spiritual game plan

PHOENIX (BP)--For all the talk of the Patriots' perfect record this season, team chaplain Don Davis and a handful of the team's Christian players envisioned a more perfect plan before the year started.