Good Game, Good Faith: Navigating Sports Fandom as a Christian

Your Christian witness might express more about the God you serve in your reactions to the wins and losses.

Coach Prime: Redefining College Football Leadership through Relatability

It’s evident that Coach Prime’s unorthodox approach to coaching enables him to get the most production out of his players and coaches.

Ryan Clark’s Compassionate Accountability Is a Striking Lesson in How to “Adult”

If we want our kids to learn from sports how to be people who are responsible, hard-working, and accountable, then we need look no further than Ryan Clark’s example.

The USWNT’s Soccer Failure Might Actually Be Good News

There’s value in a loss, even if it’s not immediately apparent.

How (and Why) You Should Play Fantasy Football

In a big world with big problems, competition of all kinds—even fantasy football—is a way to make our world smaller.

Victor Wembanyama Is Proof That Giants Are Only Human, Too

Will the nineteen-year-old French basketball phenom be allowed to be a human before he’s a basketball player?

Following Bill Walton’s Example of Freedom and Sacrifice

Bill Walton’s career and life off the basketball court are good reminders of how we ought to use our freedom as both Americans and Christians.

What Makes a True Sports Fan?

Because we aim to do everything unto the glory of God, how we worship and what team we root for can be equally consequential to our witness.

Take Me out for Some Hockey: Exercising Humility and Submission with a New Sport

Engaging in hockey (or any sport we’re unfamiliar with) is a fantastic exercise in practicing submission and humility.

Gervonta “Tank” Davis & “King” Ryan Garcia Reminded Us That Boxing Is Life

Davis and Garcia’s fight helps us rediscover the metaphoric beauty and struggle of life.

Is simply playing (or working) for the money good or bad?

Perhaps the question of whether it’s ever okay to simply play/work for money is not quite the dichotomy that we often make it out to be.

He Don’t Want That Smoke: A King’s Advice to Ja Morant

The best advice for someone in Morant’s position might come from someone who’s done it all, had it all, been there, and done that: the king who wrote Ecclesiastes.

Super Bowl LVII Reminds Us to Sit with Black (Sports) History a Little Longer

Two Black quarterbacks finally having a chance to play at the game’s highest level in the season’s biggest game is a big deal that’s worth celebrating.

Maya Moore: Love and (No More) Basketball

From Maya Moore’s decision to retire from basketball in the prime of her career, we can learn to use our gifts and talents to pursue the good and flourishing of others’ lives.

Lamar Jackson’s Injury Proves We’ve Learned Nothing From Damar Hamlin’s Cardiac Arrest

Insisting that players sacrifice their bodies for our mere entertainment should not sit well with us.

2022 Sports Roundup, 4th Quarter

Here are some of the biggest headlines and most overlooked stories in sports from 2022’s fourth quarter.