2022 Faith & Sports Institute Year in Review
A look back at the highlights from FSI events, programs, and initiatives in 2022.
Is There Hope for Youth Sports?
Baseball coach and athletic director Keith Wahl reflects on the culture of youth sports and how we can participate in its restoration.
Competitive Maturity: Inside Out Reflections on Dave Aranda’s Coaching Philosophy
Theologian and FSI Director John White offers his reflections on Dave Aranda’s coaching philosophy.
Redefining Greatness with the Faith & Sports Institute Retreat
Elizabeth Bounds, a doctoral student in psychology and a graduate of the Truett Seminary Sports Ministry Program, talks with FSI leaders John and Cindy White about the philosophy and principles behind the FSI High School Retreat.
The Hope of the Servant Leader in College Athletics
Ed Jones, an experienced director of player development and founder of Beyond the Field Program, shares his reflections on how to be a servant leader as a college athletics staff member.
Muscular Christianity and Moral Formation Through Sports
This is the first post in a five-part series looking at Christian approaches to athletic competition over the past century.
2021 Faith & Sports Institute Year in Review
A look back at the highlights from an eventful 2021 for the Faith & Sports Institute.
The Task of Stewardship for the Christian Coach
What does stewardship look like in the context of sports? Baylor University doctoral student Sean Strehlow offers some reflections.
Embodied Faith: What One Minister Learned About Ministry From The FSI Retreat
Case Smith reflects on what he has learned about embodied spiritual formation from the FSI High School Retreat.
Doing the Right Thing is Never the Wrong Thing: Reflections on Ted Lasso
Philosophy professor, author, and high school soccer coach Mike Austin explains why he loves Ted Lasso.