Teaching Moment or Party Time?

Cody Ray Charland | Feb 4, 2011

The Super Bowl is one of our nation’s milestones.

Yearly, we all face an unofficial weekend holiday that demands total attention for five hours on Sunday afternoon. It’s not hard to make an argument that Super Bowl Sunday is culturally equal to Thanksgiving—at least in portion sizes.

Lately, a lot of press has been given to the darker side of the NFL’s championship:

With so many storylines, should you just watch the game? Or should you use it as a teaching moment?

Cody Ray Charland

Cody Ray Charland is a second year MATM student at Fuller’s Pasadena campus. He holds a BA in Physical Education from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. As Project Assistant with the Fuller Youth Institute, he handles social media, and helps with writing, technology, and research. He was formerly a Young Life leader as well as Youth Pastor at Port City Community Church in Wilmington, NC. Cody enjoys the outdoors, all things Tar Heel, and barbecue.


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