Has anyone been following the saga of the story involving
The NFL playoffs, particularly the two weeks leading up to the Super Bowl, are high season for human trafficking. But trafficking is a year round
Marking perhaps the first consecutive sports story on The Episcopal Cafe… Rabbi Aaron Frank and Rabbi Shmuel Herzfeld have written an op-ed on CNN:
The Miami Dolphins scandal concerning the treatment of Jonathan Martin by veteran player Richie Incognito is the major story currently in the sports world.
But we are not here to play it safe.
We are not here to enclose ourselves in a portable metal bunker.
We are not here to wield weapons that maim and destroy.
We are here to take risks. We are here to take risks for the sake of life, for the sake of hope, for the sake of healing.
Yet what these Christians and Nike mistake in common is what Tiger and those who take the Way of the Cross seriously know best: the road to winning is filled with more self-learning, falling, failing, judgment, support from others, death, and personal inner growth than could ever be imagined.
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