Why We Really Put Our Kids in Sports
Our goodhearted support prioritizes athleticism more than we think.
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Going Back to Your Home Church: To Go or Not to Go?
Returning to one's home church as pastor can be tricky.
Relational capital gives the pastor home-field advantage. And if you are a sports fan you know teams love playing at their home stadium. Contextual
Weekend Edition—February 26, 2016
Stay home for sports, the Pope and the Patriarch, and more!
1 of 3. Weekend Edition—February 26, 2016. Stay home for sports, the Pope and the Patriarch, and more! Jim makes his case for playing sports in your own community.
Weekend Edition: January 29, 2016
The GC2 Summit, HuffPo Christianity, Americans on gambling, and more
Americans View Sports Gambling as Moral, but Illegal—Lisa Cannon Green. The Super Bowl and sports betting websites demonstrate how Americans
Stepping Off the Plantation
Adrian Crawford examines various angles of racial pressure.
he began his entrepreneurial work back in Tallahassee where he started GameSpeed Basketball: an academy geared toward developing the skills of young athletes in specific sports.
What to Give Up for Lent 2016? Consider Twitter's Top Ideas
(UPDATED) Here's the final tally of the top 100 choices of 2016, plus charts on how Lenten abstinence has changed over time.
Only 125 tweets mentioned sports, 70 mentioned possessions, and 49 mentioned clothes. 15, shopping, 341. 16, money, 147. 17, sports, 125. 18, celebrity, 78. 19, possessions, 70.
Increasing Commitment with Long-Range Thinking
What makes you think weekly participation of your programs is helping people experience God’s larger story?
romance. You name it: from extreme sports to porn addiction, from leisure pursuits to Netflix binging, everyone is chasing the biggest story they can. People
Died: Don McClanen, Founder of Fellowship of Christian Athletes
(UPDATED) Vision of Oklahoma basketball coach 60 years ago now reaches 2 million annually.
McClanen's dreams of using sports to influence young people began after a speaker at a physical education conference he attended warned the audience that they could either lead
Super Bowl Theology: How Americans See God's Role in the Big Game
Surveys suggest Christians believe much more prosperity gospel than Calvinism is at play.
Last year, a poll by Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI) found that most Americans (53%) and sports fans (56%) think God rewards faithful athletes with health and success, up
Revitalizing Church—Steps to an Outward Focus
Churches must understand—and move toward—an outward focus
you are in decline. If your people don't view sports teams, civic organizations, and public schools as places of ministry, you are in decline. How often do
The New Morality: Raising Kids in a Confused Culture
Parenting amidst a rapidly-changing culture can be terrifying. We must rest in Jesus.
parenting. It also offers practical, real world solutions toward maintaining the spiritual health of family members amid school, sports, work, play, and more.
Cultural Trends Pastors Should Recognize
Every generation has to consider their context as they live out the mission
campus events, discerning churches will become more strategic about doing evangelism though people who are living incarnationally in their workplaces, the kids' sports leagues, and
Meet the Christian Doctor Who Changed How We Play Football
Bennet Omalu, played by Will Smith in the new film 'Concussion,' says it's time to ban children from playing high-contact sports.
Bennet Omalu, played by Will Smith in the new film 'Concussion,' says it's time to ban children from playing high-contact sports. Meet the Christian Doctor