Join the thousands of people praying regularly for the work by getting stuck in to this term's prayer diary.
Join the thousands of people praying regularly for the work by getting stuck in to this term's prayer diary.
Join the thousands of people praying regularly for the work by reading this term's prayer diary.
Join the thousands of people praying regularly for the work by using this term's prayer diary.
What does the Bible tell us about praying persistently?
Don't forget how personal and loving God is. Do you have the right view of God today?
Prayer can sometimes be a struggle. Try these top tips to help you to try to do it more!
A short film exploring how prayer can help prepare our minds before playing our sport.
What makes prayer so hugely important?
When was the last time you thought of prayer as a privilege and not as a pest?
The Bible tells us to pray, pray and pray more. But why?
To win? To score? My injuries? My friends? What does the Bible say we should pray about?
A short film looking at the joy of prayer and what we can be praying for as sportspeople.
It's so easy to forget what prayer is all about and why we do it. Remind yourself today.
Are you as passionate in prayer as you are passionate about other things in life?
Don't forget just how powerful God is. Do you have the right view of God today?
Are you humble enough to share all your worries with God?
Six studies taking a close look at how Jesus shows us how to pray in Matthew 6:9-13.
Here's Nath with a great reminder when we find ourselves ashamed of the gospel.
Former England hooker Ann O'Flynn shares the highs and lows of her pioneering career.
It's one of the most frustrating things about sport, but how do you react when your opponent wrongs you?
Why is it that sport can bring out the best and the worst in us?
It's a battle many of us face. Where do you find your identity?
Rugby wildman turned inspirational youth coach Chris Jones tells Danno his incredible story.
How do we tell the difference between good and bad banter?
It's a challenge that can leave us quaking in our boots, but there's help at hand
Dare to tell the gospel so the Lord's message will ring out
Dare to tell the gospel by sharing life and the gospel
Dare to tell the gospel so you might really live
Dare to tell the gospel until the coming of the Lord
Watch the sixth episode in our series for young sportspeople. Follow hockey goalie Nathan as he seeks to live and speak for Jesus.
How did Darren Moore go from fearful footballer to man mountain Premier League defender?
Watch the fifth episode in our series for young sportspeople. Follow hockey goalie Nathan as he seeks to live and speak for Jesus.
Watch the fourth episode in our series for young sportspeople. Follow hockey goalie Nathan as he seeks to live and speak for Jesus.
A freak electrical accident had life-changing consequences for Niel Louw. Hear the double Paralympic medallist's incredible story.
Watch the third episode in our series for young sportspeople. Follow hockey goalie Nathan as he seeks to live and speak for Jesus.
Watch the second episode in our series for young sportspeople. Follow hockey goalkeeper Nathan as he seeks to live and speak for Jesus in his team.
Jane Powell is now involved with a fourth different international sport. Hear of her walk with Jesus through 40 years of top-level sport.
Watch the first episode in our series for young sportspeople. Follow hockey goalkeeper Nathan as he seeks to live and speak for Jesus in his team.
John wants us to have real life by believing in Jesus. How will we respond?
When it comes to Jesus, which choice will you make?
What does it mean to have life to the full in Jesus?
Lloyd explains that Jesus really did rise from the dead.
Woody speaks about the Holy Spirit's power, which is given to those who believe in Jesus.
Dougie explains how believers should respond to God's love by loving each other.
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.
Jo explains what difference following Jesus makes to her life.
Dougie explains what it looks like to follow Jesus in his sport.
Buckle up as we begin series two of the Christians in Sport Podcast with a visit to world of motorsport.
As Rio 2016 begins, former Olympians Debbie Flood and Adam Pengilly talk sport and faith
International hockey player turned triathlete Parys Edwards shares her story of sport and faith
Former England footballer Andy Sinton, shares his story of football and faith.
A short animation unpacking what the Bible has to say about sport.
Solheim Cup winning captain and winner of 18 professional golf tournaments, Alison Nicholas shares her story.
When you play or compete in your sport, do you ever think "I was made for this"? Why is that? Because you were born to play.
Portsmouth hero and professional footballer for 16 years, Linvoy Primus, shares his fascinating story.
The former Welsh rugby union player shares about his battle with misdirected passion and aggression.
The four-time Olympian shares her unlikely start in the sport and how her faith has impacted her life.
The former international footballer and FA Cup winner shares how his faith has influenced his career and life.
How can you be distinctive for the sake of the gospel in your team and club?
The call of the coach, Jesus, is to 'go and make disciples of all nations'. But, what does this look like?
Jesus promises that if we listen to his call and follow him, that he will work in us, transforming and changing us.
Do we have the same heart for our friends and those around us that Jesus has?
What are some tactics to help share the good news of Jesus with friends and teammates?
Jesus says that he is always with us as we go and share the good news of Jesus with our friends.
So much sport is now on a Sunday, creating a tension between sport and church. How do you resolve it?
Jules, a parent of four, talks about the struggles of church and sport on a Sunday for her family.
Have you ever found it hard to love and respect the referee, umpire or officials?
The Bible call us as Christians to be distinctive when it comes to our banter and language, but how?
How do you deal with the pressure you face in your sport?
Is it OK for a Christian to be proud of their sporting achievements?
Ever been tempted to cheat in your sport to gain an advantage? It can be tempting can't it?
How do you deal with the tension between Sunday sport and Sunday church services?
Do you ever get nervous before a game or competition? How do you deal with your nerves?
If God loves me and really wants what's best for me, why does rubbish stuff so often happen to me in sport and life?
We often find our performances and ability determine our identity. But what if injury or retirement hits?
Because of our identity as God's people, we have this call to be pure, particularly in the area of sex.
Why do you play your sport? To win? For the joy of competition? For money? Or the glory and fame?
In what ways could you be in danger of making your sport an idol?
The heart of the Lord Jesus, the captain, is compassion for a harvest field that is ripe for the reaping.
The message of Jesus, the captain of all captains, is to repent, or say sorry, believe and follow Him.
Can you remember a time when someone said words to you that really hurt?
No-one doubts that Gatlin's had an incredible season, but how 'credible' really are these performances?
What does the Bible say about judging others, gossip and bragging?
Meet four Christians in sport trying to worship God as they play their sport.
Suffer with nerves before you play your sport? How can you cope and deal with your pre-match nerves?
Sport and church firmly compete for time on a Sunday. So, is it ok to play sport on Sundays?
Often there's huge social pressure to get drunk. How does God want us to think about alcohol and drinking?
Is it OK for us to be motivated by a desire to win, or should we just try our best and enjoy taking part?
Banter can be a great way to interact with members of your team. How can you be godly in your banter?
To push or undermine officials and umpires is just part of the sports culture, right?
Dealing with injury and de-selection can be hard. What is the best way to handle such disappointment?
How do you act when it comes to fouling and committing professional fouls?
Do you give ultimate importance in your life to your sport?
What does the Bible say about being committed to both church and sport?
How can we build deep and meaningful relationships with our team and club mates?
Rach Young talks on living life and playing sport in view of God's mercy from Romans 12vs1 at Sports Plus 2014.
Tom Woodbridge talks on offering our bodies in worship to God from Romans 12vs1 at Sports Plus 2014.
Charles Kimbangi talks on what true and proper worship is from Romans 12vs1 at Sports Plus 2014.
Dave Hampton talks on being transformed by the renewing of our minds from Romans 12vs2 at Sports Plus 2014.
Tom Woodbridge talks on testing and approving what God's will is from Romans 12vs2 at Sports Plus 2014.
We love to play, to push ourselves, to work and to sweat, but often we just focus on ourselves as we play.
Players and fans alike know how important the captain is to the team. But what makes a great captain?
Because of what Jesus has achieved on the cross, because of his mercy, we can worship as we play our sport.
We're called to be living sacrifices - to give everything of us to God. This is ultimate worship.
Sport isn't just something we love, it can also be somewhere where we worship God.
Sport is a difficult place to be a Christian and we can easily get drawn into the pattern of the sporting world.
We are called to set our hope on Jesus, and we can do this by preparing our minds through prayer.
Caught-up in the moment, squeezed by the fierce pressure of a do-or-die match, Suarez didn't think, he just acted.
More and more sport is being organised for Sunday mornings and this causes a clash with the traditional time for church.
As sportspeople, our relationship with referees is mixed. We want them to punish fouls, but we are often the first to moan at them.
Itís tough for us as sportspeople to accept that when it comes to salvation itís not about our performance.
Thereís a common idea today that faith is the opposite of thinking, however, the Bible shows that the meaning of faith is very different.
Many people think that itís good to believe something if it helps you or improves your life in some way.
In dying on the cross, Jesus paid the full price for our sin and satisfied Godís justice.
No one likes being tested, and there are few things that sportspeople like less than a fitness test.
Videos from the Sports Ministry Day for the Church of England's Northern Province at Bishopthorpe Palace.
Find out how to download your free Sports Mission Pack here
How am I meant to share the good news about Jesus when I never get to talk about Him?
Videos from the Ministry of Sport day for the Southern Dioceses of the Church of England at Lambeth Palace.
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.
It can be hard to talk about Jesus with our mates, so how do you actually talk about Jesus?
Is talking about Jesus the most nerve wracking thing in the world for you? Help's at hand!
Get ready to tackle those tough questions your friends might ask about your faith.
Six studies looking at six key aspects of the Christian message to help you explain the good news.
Six studies explaining the Christian message through the language of sport.
A short film looking at the importance of every word we use with our sports mates.
A modern portrayal of how the day of Jesus' crucifixion would have been told in the news.
Many have different opinions about who Jesus is, but who do you say he is?
Only God has the power to control nature but Jesus demonstrates that He has this power too, proving He is God.
What is sin and what does Jesus say are the consequences of it?
Through the death of Jesus, God has opened the door for reconciliation back to Him.
The resurrection is the final proof of the identity of Jesus, the mission of Jesus and why Jesus is trustworthy.
Who do you say Jesus is? Is he worth following?
Ian Lancaster talks on the rescue plan of the Saviour of the world at Sports Plus 2014.
Manchester United scout Bob Bishop finding George Best is possibly the biggest discovery ever made in football.
Coaches inspire, Jesus does more than inspire. Life to the Full is a short film looking at Jesus' words in John 10:10.
Does what we achieve in sport determine who we are?
Sport sees great escapes as teams snatch victory from the jaws of defeat. But, there's an even greater escape.
Sometimes it can just seem like being a Christian means God's out to my spoil my fun. Right?
Why does God allow suffering?
Got a mate that's met Jesus? Think their crazy and they've gone mad?
The Bible says the only way to heaven is through Jesus.
Third of a series of six talks looking at the outrageous claims of Jesus Christ.
Fourth of a series of six talks looking at the outrageous claims of Jesus Christ.
Sixth of a series of six talks looking at the outrageous claims of Jesus Christ.
Fifth of a series of six talks looking at the outrageous claims of Jesus Christ.
Second of a series of six talks looking at the outrageous claims of Jesus Christ.
First of a series of six talks looking at the outrageous claims of Jesus Christ.
Jonny McClaughlin looks at the story of the paralysed man and our need of rescue at Sports Plus 2014.
Naomi Weir talks on the power Jesus has over death at Sports Plus 2014.
Matt Beeby talks on Jesus' death on the cross at Sports Plus 2014.
Si Martin talks on the resurrection of Jesus at Sports Plus 2014.
Tom Woodbridge talks on Jesus' call to the lost to follow him at Sports Plus 2014.