Game Plan for Life

Today Skip is in with Mark Thornton talking about race relations. As Skip and Mark talk about race and division it brings them into a discussion of our identity. “Who are we?” or better yet, “Who’s are we?”. Although we may black, white, African American, Mexican, etc., our primary identity needs to be found in Christ and it is through Christ that we can truly experience unity. Mark Thornton is a strong voice in the Treasure Valley and is part of the team at Capital Christian and also a part of Livn4HIM Ministries, who’s mission is to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ through musicRead More →

Game Plan For Life

Today Skip is talking to Brad Larrondo, the Assistant Athletic Director for Bronco Football. This year marks Brad’s first season as the assistant athletic director for football, but has been a member of the Bronco athletic department since 1993. As assistant athletic director for football, Larrondo handles external duties of the Boise State football program. Brad helps direct high school and youth football camps, booster relations and community service projects for student-athletes and coaches like the “Beat Coach Pete Run” and Women’s Clinic. Skip and Brad are talking Boise State Football and the 2017-2018 and, also, how you come back after a tough loss againstRead More →

Game Plan For Life

Today Skip is in with Mark Thornton talking about race relations. As Skip and Mark talk about race and division it brings them into a discussion of our identity. “Who are we?” or better yet, “Who’s are we?”. Although we may black, white, African American, Mexican, etc., our primary identity needs to be found in Christ and it is through Christ that we can truly experience unity. Read More →

Game Plan For Life with Skip Hall we will be featuring a talk from Jim Zorn. Jim was the featured speaker at this year’s Idaho State Prayer Breakfast in March. Jim was hired by Skip as a quarterback coach for Boise State Football in 1988.

Jim Zorn is best known as the starting quarterback of the Seattle Seahawks for their first eight seasons (1976-1984). Read More →

Today Skip is interviewing Marty Tadman.┬áMarty graduated from Mission Viejo High School and accepted a football scholarship to Boise State University. For all four of his seasons with Boise State, the Broncos ranked in the top 25 nationally. In 2007, Marty was named the MVP of the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl and a Sports Illustrated 1st team All-American. During college, Marty married his high school sweetheart, Nicole, and together they started and maintained a thriving college Christian ministry. A big believer in serving others, Marty became an accomplished speaker, telling his story at churches, government functions, charities, and schools around the country. After graduating with aRead More →