Topics for Athletes
- When God Doesn’t Feel Close Anymore
- The 1 Thing Every Christian Athlete Needs
- How to Make Your Faith Your Own
- Redefining Humility in the Life of a Christian Athlete
- Overcoming Fear as a Christian Athlete
- 2 Marks of a David-Like Leader
- The Sacred and the Secular for Athletes
- Unlocking Your Potential as an Athlete
- Count the Cost of Competitive Sports
- Should an Athlete Stand or Kneel?
- Does It Matter What I Say on Social Media?
- Everything That’s True of Jesus Is True of You (Students)
- The What How About Prayer
- Why Are My Prayers Unanswered?
- Teen Anxiety and Depression: How to Overcome
- Fitting Jesus into an Athlete’s Life
- The Identity Triangle for Christian Athletes
- Defining the Win for a Coach
- Daily Journal: Athletes
- Where Do You Find Your Identity?
- Who Are You Playing For?
- God’s Plan for Dealing with Habits
- Body Image From a Christian Perspective
- Dealing with Doubt
- Endorsing Shoes and the Good News
- FCA Leadership
- Kinda Sorta Christian
- Humanity in God’s Image
- Three Marks of a Great Team Leader
- Team Fundamentals
- Jesus: The Series
- The LEGO Principle
- How to Win at Everything
Series for Athletes
What does it really mean to love someone? Ancient Greek gives us some insight.
God presents us with the opportunity of a lifetime. Will we take him up on it?
When you understand the difference between the old and new covenants, you’ll clear up this apparent inconsistency.
The apostle Paul lists four practical habits to foster the peace from God that passes all understanding.
Communion is an important ordinance for the Christian church, but how do you know if your child is ready?
What does it mean when people say they are giving something up for Lent? Are Christians required to observe Lent?
Pursuing God isn’t always exciting, so we need to enjoy God even when it’s boring.
What’s the most important relationship in the home? The answer might surprise you.
It’s easy to become resentful toward God when your relationship with him is defined by your unfulfilled expectations.
Leaning on God’s word during anxious times is one of the best things you can do as a student.
Is baptism necessary for someone to be saved from their sins? It’s a hot question, especially for new Christians.
Some of us are good at playing church but are bad at giving. Find out why that’s inconsistent.
One of our greatest needs is to be understood by others. This is especially true for a healthy marriage. Learn what it means to really listen so your spouse can feel most understood by you.
If you want to go deeper in your relationship with God, one important step is to go deeper in your study of his word, the Bible.
Parents, our job is hard so let’s break it down into more bite sized pieces so we can feel like we have some sort of a plan or strategy.
“Fasting” is a forgotten spiritual discipline that Christians have practiced for centuries.
The parable of the shrewd manager (Luke 16:1-13) is one of the most difficult lessons of Jesus to unpack. It seems like he wants us to root for the dishonest guy in the story, but if we dig a little deeper, we see that there are some important lessons to learn.
“The Antichrist” can be a divisive topic amongst Christians. Who is this mysterious man who will usher in the end?
So you’re reading the Bible. But what if someone disagrees with your interpretation?
Learn how responding to your spouse’s subtle hints or suggestions can make your marriage healthy and strong.
Many times in our lives we pray for doors to be opened and for new possibilities to appear. But God doesn’t always answer in our timing.
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