Join other young sportspeople to find out what it looks like to represent Jesus in your team and to play sport.
One day of specialist sports coaching and team challenges for young people who are serious about sport.
Passion for Jesus, sport and young people? Apply to be a trainee at Sports Plus this summer.
Passion for Jesus, sport and young people? Apply to be a leader at Sports Plus this summer.
A week of specialist sports coaching and team challenges for young people who are serious about sport.
A residential week of specialist sports coaching and team challenges for young people who are serious about sport.
Imagine you’re in the gym on the rowing machine and someone comes up to you asking “Are you a rower?” You reply, “No, I’ve never rowed.” Three years later you are the under 23 Rowing World Champion and you are heading to the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games.
Read, watch and view the thoughts, videos and photos of the 10 guys and girls on the Academy 2016 in this blog, which gives an insight into what goes on on the Academy.
We are deeply saddened by the passing of Gerald Williams, a pioneer and an outstanding long time supporter of Christians in Sport, who died yesterday at the age of 86.
10 guys and girls are in Bicester spending six months of their gap year on the Academy 2016, our training programme for 18-19 year olds. Find out a little bit about about each of them right here.
The Christians in Sport Podcast, featuring interviews with Christians who have played sport at the highest level, has just been released and is available to listeners for subscription.
Read the latest issue of back pages, the official Christians in Sport magazine, full of stories, news and resources.
Every sports player on the planet has that one drawer of hoarded sports stash from years gone by. So, why not help the thousands of families fleeing Syria in a desperate bid to reach the safety of Europe, whilst tidying up your bedroom in the process!
Aged 18, former GB rower and double Olympic medallist, Debbie Flood had a plan for her life; to row full time for two years, compete in Sydney at the Olympics, and then become a veterinary surgeon. However God had other plans.
The revelations of Russia's alleged state-sponsored doping programme are so devastating in their size, scope and premeditation that it is no exaggeration to say they are the worst sporting scandal in living memory.
From Japan's heroic victory to England's utterly mystifying last-minute capitulation, Rugby World Cup 2015 is already shaping up to offer us many a good life and faith lesson. Emma Fowles' article for the Evangelical Alliance looks at lessons we can learn from the tournament so far.
To celebrate turning 70, Christian in sport and Sports Plus legend, Dickie Bird is to embark on a heady challenge that many younger than him wouldn't dare contemplate.
Steve Miles reflects on his time at New Wine and how he saw the light going on in peoples' heads and hearts as they realised for the first time that sport and faith are not opposed, but aligned.
Four-time Olympian Debbie Flood shares her unlikely start in the sport and how her faith has impacted her life.
In a world full of idols, will we go and speak the Gospel of grace to those around us?
How are we to live as Christians in the world of sport? How does the gospel advance in my sports club?
Who can be saved? Anyone or only certain people? Anyone! Grace is for all!
How are we saved? By our good works? By religious tradition? No! By the Grace of the Lord Jesus.
Former international footballer and FA Cup winner Cyrille Regis shares how his faith has influenced his career and life.
Join the thousands of people praying regularly for the work by using this term's prayer diary.
How can you be distinctive for the sake of the gospel in your team and club?
The resurrection is the final proof of the identity of Jesus, the mission of Jesus and why Jesus is trustworthy.
Through the death of Jesus, God has opened the door for reconciliation back to Him.
What is sin and what does Jesus say are the consequences of it?
Only God has the power to control nature but Jesus demonstrates that He has this power too, proving He is God.