Buffalo Bills legend Jim Kelly recently opened up about his decision to get baptized, and how it’s changed his perspective
Coach Tim McFarland, of Cleveland’s Brooklyn High School, resigned after it was discovered he allowed his players to yell slurs during games
Joe Kennedy, a high school football coach at Bremerton High School in Washington, resigned after just one game following his reinstatement, citing being ‘ostracized’ and getting poorly upon his return to full time work by officials from the school as well as district.
Joe Kennedy, a high school football coach who was previously fired for praying on the field and later won his case at the U.S. Supreme Court, has resigned after just one game back.
In the world of sports, there are countless stories of perseverance, determination, and faith. In particular, a number of female athletes have blended their devotion to Christianity with their professional careers, using their platform to share their beliefs and inspire others. Here are five standout Christian female athletes who have made a significant impact both in their respective sports and through their faith.
After winning her second major competition in just several weeks, tennis sensation Coco Gauff took a moment during her speech after her victory at the 2023 Western & Southern Open Women’s Single Championship to thank her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
George Herman “Babe” Ruth, the legendary figure in baseball history, left an indelible mark on the sport that still resonates today. His impact went far beyond his exceptional playing skills, as he became a symbol of awe-inspiring athleticism and unparalleled entertainment. However, his journey extended far beyond the confines of the diamond, as he embarked on a personal odyssey of profound significance.
Hollywood, the media, and even our political class seems to prioritize giving attention and praise to athletes who can be used to push an agenda because of their cultural popularity. While simply going along with what the popular culture dictates is acceptable and should be encouraged is the easy path, some athletes have made it loud and clear that in an age which modern society diminishes faith, insults Christianity, and attempts to shame religious athletes into conforming to certain stances that go against God’s word, that they stand with the Lord each and every time.
Another ‘politically correct’ play by a sports franchise backfires, as the Los Angeles Dodgers recently ran afoul of The Catholic League
Former Kansas City Chiefs kicker and Super Bowl alumnus Harrison Butker has a message for young adults who are about to set out on their own for the first time — get married and start a family.