Tag: NCAA tournament
Louisville and God: Facts and Faith
April 9, 2013
Last night Louisville won the championship of the NCAA Men’s basketball tournament. Here are some items of fact and faith about the Louisville team: • The team leader and point guard is Peyton Siva, a dedicated Christian. • He wears number 3 on his playing shirt, to acknowledge the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. By … More “Louisville and God: Facts and Faith”
The Spirit of God in a sporting team, and a shout-out to young men.
April 1, 2013
Playing for the Final Four in the NCAA men’s basketball tournament, the Louisville Cardinals were leading the Duke Blue Devils. They were over their arch-rivals, by 3 points at half-time. The Cardinals are led by Peyton Siva, a young man of God.
An Easter story: Cinderella then and now.
March 26, 2013
Although everyone knows the Cinderella fairy-tale, I discovered some illuminating spiritual aspects that may appeal to you. But first some background. The story exists in a similar form in many cultures and in many countries, including China and Africa. It’s a “modern” story is attributed to Charles Perrault, a Frenchman who wrote it in 1697. … More “An Easter story: Cinderella then and now.”
The NCAA tournament and Louisville’s spiritual leader
March 18, 2013
One year ago I wrote about the spiritual inspiration of an outstanding basketball player called Thomas Robinson from Kansas University. Kansas made it to the grand final. This year I compose a similar story about Peyton Siva who plays for Louisville. The Cardinals were ranked 4th on the past year’s performance, but as I write … More “The NCAA tournament and Louisville’s spiritual leader”