Posts Tagged ‘The Wally Show’

Tim Tebow’s New Child is a Children’s Book

Did you know Tim Tebow is dyslexic? I did not.  It was something new I learned about him in this conversation. Tim  is one of my favorite people to have on the show because he is beyond positive. Years ago he would have had a right to be bitter about how things went for him in the NFL, but he chose to rise above that and live out his faith in a way that matched… … Continue reading

Monday School

Monday School is Wally’s chance to share what he learned at church and to prove he went.  Although ironically, this week he was traveling and did not go so, Betty Rock broke down the sermon. This week’s discussion: the Great Commission. … Continue reading

Wally Plays Catch with Baseball Great, Darryl Strawberry

I got to live out a childhood dream of playing catch with a major league ball player.  I don’t want to brag but I think it went pretty well! Darryl Strawberry Goes Deep with Wally Darryl Strawberry was an amazing major league baseball player who battled many demons, both publicly and privately. Some sports analysts say he could have been even greater had he not had these destructive distractions. I don’t know about that because… … Continue reading

Photo Op: Did Wally Really do This for His Wife?

Photo Op is where Wally makes us send him the last photo we took on our phones. Which photo do you like the best?     Gavin: My dad recently gave me the clubs that my uncle used before he passed away. I quickly found a nearby driving range to practice my swing, which absolutely needs improvement. It was a cool way for me to remember my uncle and do something that he loved to… … Continue reading

How Do You Forgive What You Can’t Forget?

Lysa Terkeurst is a NY Times #1 Best selling author and her new book Forgiving What You Can’t Forget is powerful! If you have ever had someone hurt you so deeply you thought what they did was unforgivable, you will want to check out this conversation.  Full Disclosure, forgiveness is not easy, and just because the other person may not be sorry, it does not absolve us from forgiving them.  However, my hope is that… … Continue reading

Alone Doesn’t Have to Mean Lonely

If I asked you to sum up the year 2020 in one word, what would you say? For me, I would say loneliness. I can’t be the only one that feels this way. Many of us find ourselves quarantined and isolated trying to protect ourselves and our loved ones responsibly from the Coronavirus. If you’re like me and find your face mask to be your closest friend, I’ve got some ideas that have helped me… … Continue reading