Verité Sport exists to promote a Christian presence in sport, to take the teachings of the Bible and to apply them to sport. While Verité Sport is a new missionary organization, its Executive Director, Stuart Weir, has been involved in Sports ministry for over 25 years. Read their resources here.
Join the 20,000 people across the world making the work of Christians in Sport possible through their time, prayer and financial support. Discover the resources Christians in Sport offers here.
This site represents our attempt to resource an underserved population—the athlete, coach, and spectator interested in allowing God to shape their thinking in every aspect of life, including their interaction with sports. Read the Playbook by Athletes in Action here.
FCA is touching millions of lives… one heart at a time. Since 1954, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes has been challenging coaches and athletes on the professional, college, high school, junior high and youth levels to use the powerful medium of athletics to impact the world for Jesus Christ. Discover the different resources they offer…
This is a 90 min explanation of sports chaplaincy for you and your church. It includes 2 sports chaplaincy videos and is ideal for those considering sports chaplaincy or looking to support it. Download this Sports Chaplaincy training session here.
We, a network of Sports Chaplains and Sports Chaplaincy training organizations, have collaborated to provide a basic training course that is both comprehensive in nature and excellent in quality. We pray that this training equips you to love sports people extravagantly and to serve them selflessly. This course consists of six sessions, designed to require…
Cam Butler speaks about living out your faith outside of the church in a real authentic way among the community surrounding sports.
Various Athletes, coaches and members of the sports community reflect on the significant impact the role of chaplaincy plays in the culture of sports.
Canadian (American) Football Chaplain shares his experiences.
Carl Dambman & Ruben Fernandez (AIA) explain the unique challenges of Olympic Chaplaincy.