Philosophy professor, author, and high school soccer coach Mike Austin explains why he loves Ted Lasso.
Theology professor and FSI Director John White explains why and how the FSI Retreat encourages young athletes to pursue greatness.
Former college volleyball player and current graduate student at Truett Seminary, Shelby Livingstone, reflects on her time as a college athlete.
Sports ministry leader Drew van Esselstyn revisits an Olympic moment from 1992 and reflects on its theological significance.
Retired professional golfer and current sports ministry leader Tracy Hanson reflects on the need to provide mental health support for sports ministry leaders alongside the athletes and coaches they serve.
College softball coach Dani Price reflects on a story from the Gospel of Mark and how it connects to our need for affirmation in sports.
Truett Seminary graduate Josh Flores Olvera writes about his introduction to sports ministry and what he’s learned about working with athletes.
As a former professional athlete, Tracy Hanson has been involved with Christian sports ministries for nearly three decades. Here she writes about the need to create safer spaces for athletes to process grief, trauma, and loss as their faith grows and develops.
An excerpt from Truett Seminary theology professor Angela Williams Gorrell’s new book on joy.
A collection of book recommendations from Christians involved in sports in various ways, ranging from scholars and sports ministry leaders to coaches and athletes.