Engaging Culture - By Lecrae
Lecrae is a rapper who is a Christian. His music impacts thousands of people through out the world, Christians and non-Christians. This amazing sermon by Lecrae at Liberty University is about erasing the Sacred Secular divide in our lives and engaging culture. Lecrae doesn’t mention sport once but he doesn’t need to. As you're watching it think about it in a sporting context. It's very easy. It goes for about 30min, and is definitely worth your time. It could be something that could change your perspective on your sport, job and the rest of life.
Sport and Competition - By Michael Goheen
Mike Goheen is a professor at Calvin Theological Seminary. He has a passion for Jesus and also for education. This audio presentation is on delighting in God's good gifts of sport and competition. IT IS A MUST LISTEN. Mike talks about not having to justify sport with evangelism, but just enjoying the gift that sport is from God. his of course does not mean that evangelising in sport is not good and right. Listen and see what you think.
Don't Waste Your Sports - By CJ Mahaney
CJ Mahaney is the senior pastor of Sovereign Grace Church of Louisville. He loves sport and runs a podcast with his son called Don't waste your sports podcast where they discuss what is happening in American sports, and also discusses sports issues from a biblical perspective. This sermon is a great place to start thinking about sport from a Christian point of view. He looks at more than just playing sport but also being a sports spectator.
The Captian - By Christians in Sport
The captain is the leader, he’s the one leading at the front, leading by example. He is the motivator, the encourager, the one who inspires. He makes the big decisions, the important decisions. He is the one we follow.
Jesus is a lot like our captain, except he is better than a captain, he is our saviour! Thes four videos talk about The Message, The Heart, The Tactics and Call of our Captain Jesus from Matthew 4-28.
The Purpose Film - By The Ride Nature Organisation