Connecting Faith and Sports can be Challenging

August 24, 2018By DPC EditorResources By Industry

By Jeff Brumley, originally posted at Baptist News. John White has competed against some of the world’s top athletes — and ministered to still more of them. “I raced against [future three-time Tour de France winner] Greg LeMond once and he would never know this, but I beat him in a small race in Ohio,” said … Read More

Sports and Christianity: How Should Christians Handle Competition?

August 23, 2018By DPC EditorResources By Industry

Originally posted at Jason Staples. A couple days ago, a friend pointed me to, “Sports Fanatics,” a Christianity Today article in which Shirl James Hoffman (author of the book, Good Game: Christianity and the Culture of Sports, from which the article is taken) argues that (mainly Evangelical) Christianity’s relationship with sports has ultimately been detrimental to … Read More

Thoughts on Faith and Sports

August 23, 2018By DPC EditorResources By Industry

By Ed Stetzer, originally posted at the Christian Post. Right now, many of you are gathered around the TV, surrounded by bowls of dip and chips, platters of wings, and other tasty treats as you watch The Game. Are you getting your Superbowl on? Some people watch mostly for the commercials, and at least one … Read More