My Sporting Life

My Sporting Life

It’s always great to hear stories of how people are representing Jesus in their world of sport. Whether you are a player, coach or official – or involved in sport in a different way, this ‘My Sporting Life’ feature is designed to encourage you in your faith as you read of others looking to share the gospel where God has placed them.


Pete murrayPete Murray

"The challenge is to know what you believe, and be ready and bold enough to say something that could mean you get left behind or even become unpopular with your teammates." Read the interview with Pete here.


Gail RedmondGail Redmond

"I try to be intentional about making time to get to know teammates and fellow coaches; praying for opportunities to share about what God has done in my lifeRead the interview with Gail Redmond here.


Matthew WardMatthew Ward

"I’m happier playing hockey knowing that the most important thing isn’t whether I lose or win. The most important thing is that I strive to play in a way which honours God." Read the interview with Matthew Ward here.


suthan selvachandranSuthan Selvachandran

"When I cross the boundary rope, I apply the philosophy ‘What would Christ do?’, which to me is compete as Christ would compete by giving the best of sportsmanship and effort." Read Suthan's story here.



tom stileman

Tom Stileman

"It has been great to see guys from the team taking an interest in Christ, coming along to church and asking questions." Read Tom's story here.



Jen EhrJen Ehr

"A couple of honest conversations that I have had with teammates have highlighted that they have a longing for a greater satisfaction than the world can give."
Read Jen's story here.


Sarah PriorSarah Prior

"Don’t be anyone but yourself. As a Christian the things you do, the decisions you make, should all point back to God." Read Sarah's story here.