Increase Week in Review - 8/15-8/19

Want to catch up on the latest articles by the pro’s from the past week? Here’s what they had to say:


Monday pitcher David ledbetter shared about the power of Christian community in The Law of Inclusion:


“The beauty about the Law of Inclusion, as we’ll call it, is that it permeates across all areas of life: business, sports, social events, and the like. You’d be hard-pressed to find a few activities that are better done alone than with another.”


Tuesday MLB Chaplain Brian Hommel talked about the Scriptural way to be fed:


“So the question at hand is, do you lack compassion? If so, why? The lack of empathy is the essence of evil. If we continue to refuse to place ourselves in the shoes of others, we won’t see people as people. Instead we’ll see them as obstacles in our way. Jesus didn’t see these thousands of people as nuisances, but as sheep without a shepherd.”


Wednesday former MLB catcher Eddie Taubensee shared “The Greatest Story”:


“Each of us has a story; some may seem more exciting and interesting than others. But the good news is that we can all be a part of God’s story and partake in it with Him. Because His story is the greatest story we could ever tell.”


Thursday St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Adam Wainwright told us how he is Thirsting for the Word:


“It’s amazing what God has been revealing to me this year. If you don’t have any checks and balances, or any way of tracking what you are reading, it’s hard to tell how you might, or might not, be growing in your faith. Being a good self-evaluator is important in a lot of areas of life but it’s especially important in your relationship with God. It is a relationship; you have to pursue Him as He pursues you.”


Friday former Giants pitcher shared about his Trip East with the team:


“I’d rather live a life of significance than a life of success. Many times you will do anything to be successful, but when you’re able to see the value of relationships, you can let go of success and enjoy the most significant things in life instead: People.”


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