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How Christians Do March Madness
How Christians Do March MadnessSubscriber Access Only
Two Reformed schools demonstrate an important lesson in rivalry.
Steph Curry and the Complicated Nature of Christian Sports Fandom
Steph Curry and the Complicated Nature of Christian Sports FandomSubscriber Access Only
Sports columnist Marcus Thompson on judging players’ faith on and off the court.
How Maya Moore Brings Style and Grace to the U.S. Olympic Women's Team
How Maya Moore Brings Style and Grace to the U.S. Olympic Women's TeamSubscriber Access Only
The basketball star hopes to add Olympic gold to the list of accomplishments.
  • Ten Christian Athletes Who Were Tebowing Before Tebow
    Ten Christian Athletes Who Were Tebowing Before TebowSubscriber Access Only
    Christian sports stars have a long history of using their public platform to display their private faith.
  • Jeremy Lin vs. the Cynics
    Jeremy Lin vs. the CynicsSubscriber Access Only
    When an athlete's life matches his professions of faith, even skeptical sportswriters and embittered young evangelicals take notice.
  • Youth with a Vision
    Youth with a VisionSubscriber Access Only
    The stories of two teens who have raised more than $1,000,000 for AIDS orphans in Africa.
  • The Sport of Saints?Subscriber Access Only
    Long before March Madness, basketball was invented by a man who sought "To win men for the Master through the gym."
  • Editorial: Working Out One's Salvation in the NBA
    All That's Good in SportsSubscriber Access Only
    The NBA is as good a place as any for working out one's salvation.
  • The NBA? Or the UN?Subscriber Access Only
    It's called the National Basketball Association, but it's looking quite international—thanks in great part to a Christian GM for the Dallas Mavs.
  • WWJWD?Subscriber Access Only
    In the wake of UCLA's loss in Monday's NCAA championship game, I couldn't help but wonder: What would John Wooden do?
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