by Jeff Schreve

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True Confessions of a Terrible Parent (7 of 7)
Series: Home Field Advantage
Pastor Jeff Schreve
2 Samuel 11:1-18:33

How many people in this room have ever heard of a man named Charles Barkley can I see your hand? You're familiar with Charles Barkley. Charles Barkley was one of the greatest basketball players to ever play in the NBA. He was called big nickname "Sir Charles" when he played at Auburn he was called the "Round mound of Re-bound" cause he's a little chunky. And Charles had a great NBA career he was the MVP in 1993, in 1996 he was named as one of the 50 greatest players to ever play in the NBA. He was on the first Dream Team in 1992 and on the second Dream Team in 1996 and won 2 gold medals. He was inducted to the Hall of Fame in 2006. A great athlete a great basketball player and amazingly he's been called the world's worst golfer. (Laughter) Wow! Charles Barkley he is so bad at golf. Recently he played in a celebrity tournament with 78 other celebrities he came in dead last by 18 strokes. (Laughter) He was beaten by Cheech Martin of Cheech and Chong. (Laughter) Joe Theisman said this at that tournament about Charles Barkley's swing he said "Every time he goes to the tee there should be a disclaimer under his picture that says 'What you're about to see maybe harmful to children under eighteen, it could have a severe Jordan, he said "I won't play with Charles anymore. I mean it's just too painful to watch him swing the club where he just stops and jerks…" You know I've thought about that I thought here you have a guy who's an incredible athlete and when it comes to the athletic game of golf he can't play a lick he can't beat Cheech Martin I mean he's horrible. What a contrast what a dichotomy in this athlete Charles Barkley. Well today we are finishing our series Home Field Advantage God's Way For A Great Marriage And Family. And we're going to look at a great, great man in the Bible arguably one of the greatest men who ever lived. He was a great ...

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