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Scott Lamb serves as the President of Reformation Press and the Executive Director of the Presbyterian Lay Committee in Nashville, Tennessee. He is a Baptist pastor who has shepherded churches in Alabama, Missouri, and Kentucky. He and his wife, Pearl, have six children. He is the author of Pujols: More than the Game (Thomas Nelson, 2011).
Tim Ellsworth is director of news and media relations at Union University in Jackson, Tennessee. A native of Southern Illinois, Tim previously worked as associate editor of the Illinois Baptist and director of news and information at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Tim is the author of God in the Whirlwind: Stories of Grace from the Tornado at Union University. He is also the editor of Baptist Press Sports. Over the years, he has written countless articles illuminating the interaction between faith and sports. Tim has interviewed hundreds of people, including celebrities, athletes, politicians, statesman, and educators, as well as countless people from everyday walks of life. He and his wife, Sarah, have three children—Daniel, Emmalee, and Noah.
Started reading the book, but lost interest after Pujols trade to the Angels... LOLPublished 16 months ago by Jason Hurt
Albert is a man of character. This is a good mix of baseball and his life story and goals. I do wish there were some more pictures but is still a good read.Published 17 months ago by S. Cheatham
When we started dating over 15 years ago, I started a tradition of giving my husband one football-related book, one basketball-related book, and one baseball-related book at... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Grandma Zizzy
This book was a gift. My family member said he had not had an opportunity to read it yet and had no opinion one way or another.Published on January 19, 2013 by Alice B. Goss
Albert Pujols is a phenom. 10 years into his career he has already broken the 400 mark in homers, he has driven in more than 1200 runs and has maintained a batting average of .331. Read morePublished on January 3, 2013 by Tim Challies
Like other reviewers for this book, I wanted to read Pujols: More Than the Game because of my admiration of Albert Pujols. Read morePublished on August 5, 2012 by ebarron
The book was a decent read. It showed that this ballplayer is much more off the field as well as on the field. He is totally dedicated to his faith.Published on June 27, 2012 by Amazon Customer Radar240
I'm not sure what book everyone else is reading, but this is a poorly written book. I absolutely love Albert Pujols (some call it a man-crush), but I don't think the authors were... Read morePublished on April 4, 2012 by Daniel Mattson
I recently read "Pujols: More Than the Game" and enjoyed every word of it. As a Christian, baseball fan, and special education teacher, this book pointed to how all three are a... Read morePublished on March 1, 2012 by Elizabeth