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Adriano Medeiros got far more than he bargained for when he sought career advice from an ex-Formula 1 driver. Read his story of faith, which took him from Brazil to Brands Hatch and beyond.
How can we as Christians in sport continue to take the gospel to this sports-mad country after graduation? Here are five top tips to help make the transition from university to work.
Representing Jesus in the world of university sport is full of challenges, but being part of a University Group is a great way to take on that test. Fellowship, encouragement and prayer support are just some of the reasons for getting involved.
God doesn’t want our world, or the world of sport, to remain tainted by sin. He desires for all good things He has created to be enjoyed in the best possible way, in relationship with Him, the creator. How is it that we can enjoy sport in a way that brings Him glory?
About to start university? Want to share the gospel there? Here are five top tips to help you do that.
We celebrate the hope the Rio 2016 Paralympics bring and the ultimate hope found in Jesus Christ.
The latest Director's Message from Graham Daniels focuses on three key passions we have at Christians in Sport
After 11 years, the Academy is coming to an end. Join us as we celebrate what God has done and hear from some of those impacted over that time.
As the Rio 2016 Paralympics get under way, Ali Nagata talks physiotherapy, faith and friendships
Pete Nicholas continues his series looking at big sporting issues from a biblical perspective. He tackles questions such as 'How do we cope when we are on the wrong end of an unjust action or decision?'
Ian Lancaster reports on the epic summer that was Sports Plus 2016. More than 600 young people attended the six camps, enjoyed some top-quality sport and heard the amazing news that we can have real life by trusting in Jesus.
Rio 2016 chaplain Jules Wilkinson writes her fourth diary entry
Jo explains what difference following Jesus makes to her life.
Dougie explains what it looks like to follow Jesus in his sport.
Lisa talks about the opposition we will face as Christians and how we can keep going.
Mike explains the purpose followers of Jesus have been given to make him known.
Dougie explains how believers should respond to God's love by loving each other.
Woody speaks about the Holy Spirit's power, which is given to those who believe in Jesus.
Lloyd explains that Jesus really did rise from the dead.
What does it mean to have life to the full in Jesus?
When it comes to Jesus, which choice will you make?
John wants us to have real life by believing in Jesus. How will we respond?