Aleena Garcia, a college sophomore, also coaches high school football, which she feels gifted by God to do.

Published in People

At a symposium, experts from a variety of fields are examining how religion and atheltics mix. One observer says prayer and meditation have been proven to be performance-enhancing activties for athletes.

Published in Culture

What kind of impact is that having on children and youth?

Published in Columns

A top athlete himself, John White says it can be difficult getting athletes, coaches and teams to see the value in acknowledging their bodies belong to Christ.

Published in People

The magic in the California Baptist University’s women’s basketball team NCAA Division II Cinderella tournament ran out on Friday.

Published in Organizations

Hardin-Simmons athletic trainer takes on famous mountain in effort to raise money for global sports ministry. 

Published in People

Jackie Robinson, who broke the baseball color line, and Michael Sam, poised to possibly become the first openly gay player in the NFL, are both African-Americans, but a Southern Baptist pastor and preaching professor says the similarities end there.

Published in Social Issues

Pastors at two Baptist churches in Tallahassee, Fla., and Auburn, Ala., say their mission trip wager over the BCS title game has caused their congregations to grow closer together. 

Published in Congregations
Thursday, 02 January 2014 13:54

CBF churches scrimmage over BCS game

Twitter exchange between First Baptist in Tallahassee and First Baptist in Auburn reflects coming BCS contest between Florida State and Auburn University — but with a missional twist, two pastors say.

Published in Congregations
Friday, 15 November 2013 13:08

Leaving Samaria for the suburbs

Sports teams don't have to love their neighbor, but people who follow Jesus do.

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