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If you're like most Christian athletes, coaches or parents, the world of sports is a mainstay in your life. In many ways, your experiences through athletics has created attitudes, beliefs and perspectives that transcend the field of competition and permeate your life. You're driven to reach your God-given potential and committed to winning on and off the field of competition. You spend countless hours doing whatever it takes to be the best, while still desiring to honor God in the process.

 

But something is missing; You feel as though God made you to be an athlete or coach, yet find yourself hungry for faith discussions that are relevant to your world.

If this sounds like you, you're not alone. Nearly every athlete who desires to honor God through sports has felt this way at some point in their life.

 

Our Goal for this online community

 

Through this blog and podcast, our mission is to provide relevant, thought provoking perspectives, that inspire you to honor God on the field of competition and in life. From practical tools to accomplish your dreams and goals, to strategies for spiritual growth and development, our goal is to empower you to reach your God-given potential as player, coach and person.

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Our Encouragement to You

You can do this. It is possible to honor God as an athlete, coach or parent. All it takes is the intention and a mentor to lead you. If you'll provide the first, I'll provide the second. Let's get started.