The Christian Athlete: Witnessing versus Privacy
How is the Christian athlete to embrace his or her podium in order to witness to the Gospel?
The Christian Athlete: You Are So Weak!
The qualities that make one a good athlete bring with them a unique set of vulnerabilities.
Facing Life's Hurdles
National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame Coach Dale Brown explains the four major hurdles all of us face in our lives.
The Christian Athlete: Me, Myself, and I
The life of an athlete is demanding, and the temptation to become overly focused on oneself is always present.
The Christian Athlete: Ideals
Christian leaders, popes, and early Church Fathers have long recognized that Christians can imitate athletes in the way they train and compete.
Virtue and Mental Health
What does virtue have to do with mental health? A psychologist explains.
The Christian Athlete: Where is Your Strength?
Elite athletes are characterized by their self-discipline and willpower. Christian athletes know, however, that their true strength comes from the Lord.
The Christian Athlete: Sports as a Tool
Christian athletes are often taught that their Christianity should help them be better athletes - but perhaps it's better to look at sport as a tool for becoming better Christians.
The Christian Athlete: Sports and Health
The Christian tradition offers insights into the importance of physical training and the need for an active balance in the lives of athletes.
The Christian Athlete: Me, an Idolater?
Nobody needs another idol: young people need leaders, role models, examples of human virtue. They need the true God.