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    Life is a Gift

    April 29,2022

    One of my dad’s favorite verses he quoted often was Psalm 116:12: “How can I repay the Lord for His goodness to me?” He was so thankful for his life and God’s rich blessings.
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  • The Best Is Yet To Come

    When we count our days, we make our days count. No more wasted days or even good days. Just God-days ahead for all of us.

  • One Prayer That Will Change Your Life

    Prayer is hard! It takes work. I often feel guilty that I don’t pray enough. Even when I do, I wish I prayed longer.

  • Thanksgenerous

    A few weeks ago as I prepared myself for Thanksgiving, my favorite holiday, I started to wonder how to see it through a generous lens. Then it hit me. I don’t want to be someone who is just giving thanks. I want to be someone who is generous in thanks.

  • Making History: FCA Hosts Historic All Ability Sports Forum

    In mid-November, FCA hosted its first All Ability Sports Forum at the Support Center in Kansas City, Missouri. The event was organized to discuss the growing need for ministry to All Ability coaches and athletes.

  • You First!

    I fight this daily, and I desire to switch my battle cry from “Me First!” to “You First!” When we make this switch, we become others focused. General William Booth, founder of Salvation Army, understood the importance of “You First.”


    Such was evident at a groundbreaking Tom Landry Associates (TLA) event held in Seoul, Korea, this September. It was the first-ever event of its kind held outside of the United States.

  • Never Say No!

    There is an incredible blessing when we simply ask, because we believe the best is yet to come on a daily basis. We become bolder, and we are willing to take risks. We see doors open and possibilities become reality.

  • 3D Coaching Impacting Latin America

    “I fell in love with 3D Coaching immediately,” Roberto says. “I knew it was going to be the key to engaging the coaches. We were going to offer them something they would be interested in.”

  • Should I Stay or Should I Go?

    In 2007, I took my first mission trip, and my eyes were opened as I saw first-hand how God was reaching coaches and athletes in Ukraine. The trip was a game-changer as God captured my heart for the nations, but I had no idea what He would do with it.

  • The Traveling Manager: Trey Hillman Journey Around The World

    “I've failed many times, but I just try to love people where God has them right now, not where I think they should be,” Hillman says. “That's not my job. That's God's job to be their judge. My job is to just figure out a way to build relationships and figure out a way to love people wherever they are.”

  • Don't Miss It!

    News Flash! You’re never going to get it all done! Life is bottomless and relentless! Every day, it will get harder. The ultimate destination is not completing all your tasks. It is not wrapping up life in a nice little package and putting a ribbon on it. Life is messy. It is hard. You will never control it, and you have to watch out or else it will quickly control you. Don’t miss it! In all you do, make sure you never miss what it is all about.

  • The Power of Partnership: New Sports Bible Launches in Southeast Asia

    “The Sports Bible will provide a tool for the Huddle groups,” John said. “We have a lot of teams and clubs but not many of them have Huddles. With the Bible, we’ll be able to start Huddles for all of the teams. It’s an important resource for the coaches and the team captains. It’s the best way for us to train them to use the materials and help them make disciples.”

  • The Leader's Journey Impacting Africa

    Last week from June 17-21, 2019 in Accra, Ghana, 31 Leaders from fifteen African nations attended the 2nd Annual Africa Capacity Conference (ACC).

  • The 4 O's

    In life, all of us experience four things: Opportunity, Opposition, Obedience and Outcome. We all have opportunities to love, serve and reach others in our community and on the mission field.