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Fans, are you sick of hearing about the darker side of sports? Tired of the scandals, the arrest reports and the league controversies? Tune into Javelin with co-hosts Shawn Akers and Casey Stagg on the Charisma Podcast Network, where you’ll hear uplifting stories with a twist of morality on the lives of Christian athletes who boldly profess their faith. That’s Javelin—Sports the Charisma Way.
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Now displaying: December, 2015
Dec 31, 2015

Legendary American football coach Bobby Bowden tells his story of how faith impacted his life and career. As the former football coach of the Florida State Seminoles, Bowden is known for his wins and leadership. Through his charismatic personality, wisdom and humor, you will be encouraged to stand on your faith and not give up.

Dec 25, 2015

Begin with extreme dreams to start your journey to extreme winning. Pat Williams, senior vice president of the Orlando Magic, joins Shawn in studio to discuss his new book "Extreme Winning."

Dec 17, 2015

Lifetime outdoor sportsman and former pastor, Jason Cruise, joins the show sharing about his faith and his new book "The Man Minute." Hear how a simple 60 second wisdom teaching is now impacting thousands of men.

Dec 12, 2015

Will the SEC team Alabama dominate taking how the College Conference Championship? Find out as Shawn and Casey debate who is going to win and the coveted Heisman trophy. Then see if you know the answers to the Javelin trivia questions.

Dec 9, 2015

Mike Rosas discusses being a chaplain for the Houston Rockets and shares how you can sow seeds of faith into the sports fans in your life. Listen now to be encouraged to break down walls.

Dec 3, 2015

Guest Charles "Peanut" Tillman, NFL cornerback for the Carolina Panthers joins us in studio by phone to talk football and how he is reaching today's youth with his new book "The Middle School Rules of Charles Tillman: "Peanut.""

 

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