Madness can be special but is also a time of transition

Anderson County High School senior Alex Carpenter shoots a 3-pointer against Spencer County. Alex will play college basketball at Asbury University and says selecting a Christian college was a major factor in his choice for higher education. Don't forget spiritual growth when choosing college By John Herndon, 110forChrist.com I love March Madness. No, let’s be … Continue reading Madness can be special but is also a time of transition

Keeping Ray’s name alive

Asbury coach Will Shouse talks with his team during a timeout in the Ray Shouse Memorial Game against IU-Southeast. Scholarship fund for coach's son continues to grow By John Herndon, 110forChrist.com When Asbury University men’s basketball coach Will Shouse and his wife, Whitney, pursued adoption, little did they know how their experience would change them.  … Continue reading Keeping Ray’s name alive

Mr. Wildcat! A fan like none other

Henry County teacher Jeff Stein joins Wildcat cheerleaders in spelling C-A-T-S during Henry County's game with North Oldham on Jan. 25. (Photos by John Herndon) Devastating stroke took popular teacher from classroom but not from Henry County games. Or hearts. By John Herndon, 110ForChrist.com NEW CASTLE, Ky. -- Every high school has that superfan, but … Continue reading Mr. Wildcat! A fan like none other

You can’t keep him off the court

Austin Cummins fires a three-pointer during the first half of Union College's game with Tennessee Wesleyan. Cummins buried three long balls but it was not enough as Tennessee Wesleyan claimed an Appalachian Athletic Conference win. By John Herndon, 110forChrist.com BARBOURVILLE, Ky. -- It was almost fitting that I got a Twitter message from Austin Cummins … Continue reading You can’t keep him off the court

A game plan for serving

Kentucky Christian University women's basketball coach Dr. Lisa Conn instructs Kamryn Rose during the Lady Knights' game with Milligan on Jan. 15. Kentucky Christian coach Dr. Lisa Conn says "God thing" put her on the Lady Knights' bench By John Herndon, 110forChrist.com GRAYSON, Ky. -- Following a local legend probably isn’t the most favored way … Continue reading A game plan for serving

Life is looking up again

DeQuan Render looks on as the Kentucky Christian University men take on Milligan on Jan. 15. Beside Render is KCU photographer David Bennett. Another year of football is not guaranteed, but a chance to finish school is major blessing By John Herndon, 110forChrist.com GRAYSON, Ky. -- Everything seemed to be looking up for DeQuan Render … Continue reading Life is looking up again