On this week’s episode of Just Love, Monsignor Kevin Sullivan talks about the Golden Globes and the release of a documentary on the life of College Woman’s Basketball Coach Rob Selvig.
Coach Rob Selvig is the Retired Coach of the University of Montana’s “Lady Griz” Women’s Basketball Team, as well as the title subject of the recently released documentary film “The House that Rob Built” about the 38 winning years he spent coaching young women at Missoula, Montana University. Coach Selvig talks with us about his experiences coaching, and what it is like having a documentary film made about his life and career.
Megan Harrington is Senior Producer for the newly released film “The House that Rob Built” which was released by Family Theater Productions – a faith-based media production company based on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood and founded by Father Patrick Peyton. Megan, who played for Coach Selvig in college when she attended the University of Montana, shares with us her recollections of playing for Coach Selvig in college, as well as the motivation she had for making “The House that Rob Built,” which can be seen on iTunes, Amazon Prime, Apple TV, and Google Play.
Rev. Jeania Ree Moore is a bi-monthly columnist for Sojourners Magazine and a United Methodist Clergyperson. During this season of Lent, Jeania Ree, who is fasting from Social Media this Lent, shares with us a bit about the importance of Fasting this Lenten Season, and how the practice of fasting can help to connect us to God and others.