The Mind in the NFL

Bryce unpacks the mindful movement in the NFL…and the importance of our own thought life.

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The Underappreciated Coordinator

Bryce unpacks how many fans don’t appreciate the offensive coordinator…and discusses what it means to be filled with gratitude each day.
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Watson and the Big Playbook

Bryce unpacks how Clemson standout and first round draft pick, Deshaun Watson, must be prepared to execute the playbook if he’s going to succeed as a quarterback for the Houston Texans…and how as followers of Jesus, we need to regularly read our playbook, the Bible, in order to have impact on the lives of others and experience positive change in our own lives.

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The Nasty Grassy Hill

Bryce unpacks Jordan Spieth’s situation on the 13th hole before he makes a run to secure the win…and discusses the hills we face in our own lives.

 

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Decision Interceptions

Bryce unpacks Andrew Luck cutting down on interceptions he shouldn’t be throwing, and discusses the decisions we no longer need to make as followers of Jesus.

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Valuing the Home Run

Bryce unpacks the value baseball has placed on the home run…and consider where we place the most value in our own lives.

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Shutting Down the Star Power

Bryce unpacks how a shutdown cornerback actually shuts down his star power…and how we should serve in obscurity and out of the limelight as followers of Jesus.

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What Would You Do With $125 Million?

Bryce unpacks Derek Carr’s new contract and the comments he made about his money. He also shares what it means to be a giver (even when you aren’t a millionaire)…and how we should excitedly look for opportunities to have open hands and generous hearts. 

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NBA Teams Caught in the Middle

Bryce unpacks the NBA Draft and the decisions teams must make to either rebuild or win immediately. He discusses how being caught in the middle is a disaster for teams…and also in our own lives.

The Willingness to Pass

Bryce unpacks the Golden State Warriors’ beautiful passing…and explains what “passing” represents in our own lives.

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