Resources

We get sport from the inside.

Our resources are specially designed for Christians active in competitive sport. Find what you need here, put it into practice, and watch God at work.

What does the Bible say about sport? -

What is the relationship between my sport and God?

Graham Daniels and Jonny Reid look at a very simple question - What does the bible actually have to say about sport?

Running the race of evangelism

Distance runner Gill Bland reflects on her experience of individual sport and faith, and how she has grown in courage evangelising to fellow runners.

The Sports Mission Pack

Free resources to reach sportspeople in your local area, with new special World Cup resources for 2019.

Essentials

Key resources for Christians who play or coach in competitive and elite sport

Competing

Resources to help players and coaches grow in Christ as they compete

Speaking

Resources to help you explain why Jesus is good news for players and coaches

Running the race of evangelism

Distance runner Gill Bland reflects on her experience of individual sport and faith, and how she has grown in courage evangelising to fellow runners.

What does the Bible say about sport? -

What is the relationship between my sport and God?

Graham Daniels and Jonny Reid look at a very simple question - What does the bible actually have to say about sport?

Supreme

In Colossians 1 we see Jesus as the supreme one we are called to worship. Produced for Sports Plus 2019

Why you should stay involved in sport

Rugby coach Lois Newcombe shares why she loves to coach and the amazing opportunities it brings to share the gospel

Who do you say I am?

In Mark 8 Jesus asks his disciples "Who do you say that I am?" It's the most important question anyone can answer, in a world full of thousands of questions. Produced for Sports Plus 2019.

Sports Plus 2019 Review

Want to know what happened this year across all 7 Sports Plus camps? Check this little review out!

Sports Plus 2019 Talks

All the talks from Sports Plus 2019

Say

Sports Plus 2019 Talks

Rosie Woodbridge speaks on Colossians 4:6 at Repton Sports Plus 2019.

Pray

Sports Plus 2019 Talks

Laura Murdoch speaks on Colossians 4:2-4 at Repton Sports Plus 2019.

Reconciler of all things?

Sports Plus 2019 Talks

Ian Lancaster speaks on Colossians 1:19-23 at Repton Sports Plus 2019.

Alive and kicking?

Sports Plus 2019 Talks

Duncan Leese speaks on Mark 16:1-8 at Repton Sports Plus 2019.

Dead and buried?

Sports Plus 2019 Talks

Jen Harris speaks on Mark 15:33-39 at Repton Sports Plus 2019.

Life saving stories

Sports Plus 2019 Talks

Two leaders share their stories of coming to faith and now living as a Christian sports player at Repton Sports Plus 2019.

Life saver?

Sports Plus 2019 Talks

Graham Daniels speaks on Mark 8:34-38 at Repton Sports Plus 2019.

Power over nature?

Sports Plus 2019 Talks

Charlie Tidd speaks on Mark 4:35-41 at Repton Sports Plus 2019.

Power over sin?

Sports Plus 2019 Talks

Mike Harris speaks on Mark 2:1-12 at Repton Sports Plus 2019.

Worth following?

Sports Plus 2019 Talks

Phil Small speaks on Mark 1:9-11 and 14-20 at Dublin Sports Plus 2019.

Who do you say I am?

Sports Plus 2019 Talks

Allen McCluggage speaks on Mark 1:1 and Mark 8:27-30 at Dublin Sports Plus 2019.

4 tips as you join a new club

How can we, as Christians in sport, make the most of the new opportunity joining a club provides? Jesus’ great commission in Matthew 28 to make disciples remains the same, but the place we are doing that, our club, has changed.

The identity battle in a performance dominated world

For a sportsperson, their identity, their sense of worth can be completely wrapped up in their performance. What does it then mean to have sport in its right place, to help our identity be solid and secure in Christ and not based on performance?

The Tour de France and the ultimate endurance test

The highs of the conquered climb, the sting of 21 days in the saddle, the buzz of the crowds. What an epic sporting contest the Tour de France is! But what can it tell us about the Christian life?

Champion Quizzers of the Year

In the build up to The Open, the handful of Christian members at Royal Portrush Golf Club jumped at the opportunity for an evangelistic event and so committed to hosting a sports quiz.

She's born to play

With the Women's World Cup, the Netball World Cup and loads more women's sporting events on this summer, there's a huge buzz around women's sport. In all this excitement, is this a bandwagon Christians should be jumping on? Well, it could be argued that the Bible gives us the best foundation for celebrating and encouraging women in sport.

The Cricket World Cup: Pressure to Perform

It’s been a rollercoaster to reach the final of the World Cup for England, with pressure from all sides. Pressure isn’t unique to Morgan’s squad - it’s universal across competitive sport, so how are Christians to respond in these clutch moments?

The Sports Mission Pack

Free resources to reach sportspeople in your local area, with new special World Cup resources for 2019.

New Sports Mission Pack material for summer of World Cups

Make the most of this epic summer of sport!

Paul Brush

The Boot Room

Danno sits down with former West Ham footballer Paul Brush to chat about his career and faith in the midst of adversity

Chris goes for record at London Marathon

Chris Brown is going for a Guinness World Record as he raises money for Christians in Sport.

The greatest comeback

On Sunday evening Tiger Woods won the Masters for the fifth time and his 15th major. Even as remarkable as that statement is it doesn’t come close to capturing the full significance of what happened and is possibly the greatest comeback in sporting history.

Romans 1

How do I answer the tough questions sportspeople ask?

When sportspeople ask questions, we want to try and do more than just simply answer them and move on. Often there is something behind their initial question, motivating it, often hiding a deeper heart issue.

Folau, Vunipola and the intolerance of the culture of tolerance

If you follow rugby at all then it couldn’t have escaped your attention that there’s been a furore around Israel Folau’s provocative Instagram post and then Billy Vunipola’s subsequent ‘like’ of the post and expression of support for it.

How sport and faith fit together

What is the relationship between my sport and God?

Because of what Jesus has done, we can understand our sport differently.

The battleground of prayer

How do I pray effectively for my sports friends?

Being committed to prayer is something many of us find challenging. At the same time, we know that prayer is important. So why do we often struggle to pray consistently?

The ultimate motivation

Why is it essential for me to share my faith?

We must tell our team mates and friends the truth about eternity.

Knowing your role

What is my role in pointing sportspeople to Jesus?

The Bible is clear what our role is when it comes to pointing sportspeople to Jesus, regardless of whether we know it (or not), we’re good at it (or not) or like it (or not). Once we get it, there’s no place to hide.

No better news

How do I bring a sportsperson to hear the gospel proclaimed?

If you are a Christian, you’ll know that nothing is more important than our sports friends hearing the amazing news of the gospel and responding to it - eternity is at stake. But how can you go about doing this?

Remembering who you are

How can I navigate the sports culture with integrity?

How do I be different amidst the culture of drinking, of sex, in the chat of the changing room? How do I get involved with the sports club and yet be distinctive? How can I be fully committed and yet remain faithful to Christ?

Two ways to live

How do I explain the gospel?

We may think it's obvious for team mates to work out that we're Christians just by observing our behaviour. But how can they know unless we or someone else tells them that we follow Jesus and why we do so?

Your story, my story, His story

How do I initiate a conversation about Jesus?

You’ve been praying for months, you’ve talked about everything in life other than this, but as you walk along to training you just can’t find the right way to start a conversation about Jesus.

Making the most of the off-season

How do I point people to Jesus in the off-season?

At the end of a long season, it's only natural to want to rest our legs and enjoy a bit of a break - after all, our bodies need to recuperate. However, the temptation is also there to take a break from sharing our faith with our sports friends.

Helping someone take their first steps

How can I help my friend become a Christian?

When a sports friend who says that they want to become a Christian, it's like that wonderful moment of a baby's first steps. There is something quite remarkable, breathtaking, and yet serious as we help a sportsperson take the first steps in becoming a Christian.

The Sunday sport conundrum

How can I balance church and sport?

For players, parents and pastors, the issue of whether you should play sport on a Sunday is a difficult one.

The best way to point sportspeople to Jesus

Why should I read the Bible with a sports friend?

Ever find it hard to explain the Christian faith to your sports friends? Ever find it hard to help them see the brilliance of the gospel message? Ever wish you could get someone better to explain it to them?

"Oi ref!"

How should I treat officials and referees?

We are on the pitch as a player and yet again the decision goes against our team. We start to get caught up in the general chorus of complaint. What do we do as Christians?

Responding to disappointment in a godly way

How can I deal with disappointment well?

Disappointment and sport so often go hand in hand. Poor performances, defeats, injuries, getting dropped, a failure to improve - every sportsperson has experienced one or all of these multiple times. But how are you to respond to such disappointment?

A huge harvest field

What is our motivation for making disciples in the world of sport?

The challenge is simple, will you do it? Will you get to work and seek to make Jesus known in your sporting context?

Being fiercely competitive and fiercely humble

How do I deal with pride as a sportsperson?

The player who celebrates too early, or the team that holds a celebratory promotional shoot before then losing the final are subject to derision. All of us are quick to revel in the misplaced pride so often seen in sport.

Living at peace in the midst of battle

How do I act wisely amongst opponents?

All match he’d been nipping at your heels, deliberately stepping on your feet, pushing you, elbowing you. The referee doesn’t seem too bothered. But these constant niggling fouls have been getting to you. And this incident is the final straw.

Answering tough questions

How do I answer the tough questions sportspeople ask?

Some types of questions can be asked of us and can make us feel uncomfortable or are hard to answer at times. With God’s help these questions need not, and should not, be avoided.

Share but never there, or there but never share

How do I develop lasting friendships with sportspeople?

Sport can be a great place for developing friendships. You spend so much time together on and off the pitch, you experience the highs and the lows of a season together, and have a lot in common. Sometimes, however, it can be hard to foster these relationships.

Famous last words

How do we make disciples for Christ in the world of sport?

The world of sport is vast. How are we meant to go and reach the millions of people in it with the Gospel?

The power of a story

How do I share my story with a sports person?

When we have seen or experienced something exciting it’s natural to want to share it with others. Why, then, are we sometimes so hesitant to tell others the story of the greatest thing that has ever happened to us?

1 Thessalonians 2

How do I develop lasting friendships with sportspeople?

In order to be good witnesses to our sports friends, we need to invest time in them.

1 Timothy 2

How do I pray effectively for my sports friends?

What stops you from praying for your sports friends?

Matthew 25

Why is it essential for me to share my faith?

What is it that motivates you to stand out as a Christian competing in the world of sport?

Colossians 3

How can I be competitive in a godly way?

A key question to ask whenever we reflect on a competitive situation is not ‘did I win or lose?’ but ‘did I glorify God in my attitude and actions?’ This is easier said than done, so how can we do it well?

2 Corinthians 4

What is my role in pointing sportspeople to Jesus?

The commandment to ‘go and make disciples’ is daunting. It is important to grasp the difference between our role and God’s role in pointing people to Jesus and to leave Him with the results.

Romans 10

How do I bring a sportsperson to hear the gospel proclaimed?

Although some of us may have had bad experiences of hearing the gospel explained in a public setting, in Romans 10 we see that God uses people to proclaim His word and He uses His proclaimed word to save people.

Ephesians 5

How can I navigate the sports culture with integrity?

People watch our actions and often determine who or what we are by what they see. What does your behaviour in your sports club say about who you now are in Christ?

The Six Windows

How do I explain the gospel?

If we are to tell people about the gospel, we need to know what the gospel is and how to explain it clearly.

1 Corinthians 2

How do I initiate a conversation about Jesus?

Your story, my story, His story.

University Group Bible Studies

A series of studies to work through in your group throughout the year

Genesis 1-3 & Romans 12

What is the relationship between my sport and God?

How does what I read in the Bible fit together with how I play my sport?

1 Samuel 1 & Acts 26

How do I share my story with a sports person?

We love to share good news. So why do we sometimes find it hard to share the Good News of the gospel?

Pray, Play, Say, Together

How do I share my faith with my friends?

You love your sport and you love Jesus. You know that your sport can be worship as you use your gifts and talents for Him. But have you ever considered how you might share this news with your sports friends?

Colossians 4

How do I share my faith with my friends?

How do we actually go about sharing our faith with our sports mates?

Matthew 28

University Group Bible Studies

Why should we even think about sharing our faith with our sports friends?

Speaking

Resources to help you explain why Jesus is good news for players and coaches

Essentials

Key resources for Christians who play or coach in competitive and elite sport

Competing

Resources to help players and coaches grow in Christ as they compete

Philippians 2

How do I deal with pride as a sportsperson?

How should I view my sporting talents and achievements as a Christian?

1 Peter 2

How should I treat officials and referees?

How are we to understand a godly attitude towards sports officials?

John 3 & 14

How can I help my friend become a Christian?

It’s great when a sports friend wants to become a Christian, especially if this is off the back of reading the Bible with them. However, we want to make sure our sports friends are ready to take this commitment and fully understand what they are committing to.

2 Timothy 3

Why should I read the Bible with a sports friend?

God’s Word is powerful, and it will do His work in the lives of sportspeople. It is still today our greatest tool for bringing people to Christ in the world of sport.

2 Timothy 4

How do I point people to Jesus in the off-season?

How do we best approach the off-season as Christians?

Genesis 2, Romans 12 and Hebrew 10

How can I balance church and sport?

We are often caught between Sunday services and sporting events as, more and more, sport in our culture clashes with timings of church. How do we get the balance right?

1 Peter 5

How can I handle pressure in a godly way?

How do we handle pressure as a Christian?

Philippians 1 & 4

How can I deal with disappointment well?

There will always be disappointment in sport. Someone always loses - and that is not taking into account injury, being dropped, not improving, etc. But how we navigate these as Christians in competitive sport is an important witness to our faith in Christ.

Matthew 9

What is our motivation for making disciples in the world of sport?

To make disciples of the vast world of sport is a huge challenge that can feel daunting and overwhelming. What’s our motivation for such a task?

Romans 12

How do I act wisely amongst opponents?

Competition is an important part of sport but how are we to view our opponents? Without opponents, our sport wouldn’t exist. But how do we ‘love’ them as our neighbour rather than hate them as our enemy in opposition?

Sunday Sport

A series of blogs looking at this hot issue in today's culture

Steve Spooner

The Boot Room

An inspirational interview with former professional footballer Steve Spooner

Living distinctly in a body obsessed world

In our culture, our looks and our bodies and our diets seriously matter. How do we live distinctly as Christians in this world?

Films to show at an event

A selection of short films to show at your event which explain the gospel

Unstoppable | Ezekiel

All the talks from the book of Ezekiel at Clubhouse Xtra 2019

Ezekiel 37

Unstoppable | Ezekiel

Greg finishes off our series in Ezekiel at our student conference

Ezekiel 36

Unstoppable | Ezekiel

Danno speaks at our student conference on Ezekiel 36

Ezekiel 34

Unstoppable | Ezekiel

Greg continues our series in the book of Ezekiel at our student conference

Ezekiel 1:1-2:7

Unstoppable | Ezekiel

Greg kicks off our student conference series in the book of Ezekiel

Unstoppable

Unstoppable | Ezekiel

As we look at all that is going on in the world, we can easily ask - "God, where are you?" The book of Ezekiel helps us see that God is not only with us, he is for us and he is unstoppable to achieve his purposes

Wayne Jacobs

The Boot Room

An interview with former Bradford City legend, Wayne Jacobs

What does the Bible say about...

A series of blogs looking at a number of the top issues sportspeople face

Seek

The amazing news of Christmas is that God himself came to earth to deal with our greatest problem. A short film for Christmas.

The Old Testament law and Sunday sport today

Sunday Sport

An open letter to one of our readers

What does the Bible say about sports psychology?

Psychology is a big deal in modern sport. From Steve Peters' now famous 'chimp paradox' to the in-house sports psychologists employed by many professional clubs. Now it is almost as common to have a therapist as it is a personal trainer. What are we to make of this from a Christian point of view?

The Boot Room

Interviews with former top level footballers about their sport and their faith

Gavin Peacock

The Boot Room

An interview with former Premier League footballer Gavin Peacock

A mother's view of the Sunday sport dilema

Sunday Sport

As the Christian mother of four children who love the Lord and love sport I have found myself living through a very real dilemma. The structures of Church and the structures of sport seem to be poles apart and pulling in opposite directions creating a gap!

5 ways to deal with sports team initiations?

A while ago, I was sitting with a group of Christian students who were chatting about sports team initiations. The question was posed: what advice would they give to Christian freshers about how to deal with them?

5 top tips for starting well at University

Starting university is a really significant time in life and full of so many changes. At the same time, there are so many opportunities to share the good news of Jesus. To help you do this and live out your faith, here are five top tips we pray you find helpful.

The dilemma we can't ignore

Sunday Sport

Parents and pastors alike find themselves torn between prioritising children’s spiritual growth and encouraging them in the sport they are evidently passionate about. It is a very real dilemma

What does the Bible say about ambition?

What does the Bible say about...

How can I make the most of my sporting talent as a Christian? Can I strive to get to the top, while still following Jesus? `

Retiring after a fourth Olympics

The Retirement Question

Danno chats to former rower Debbie Bruwer (née Flood), whose 15-year international career included two Olympic silver medals and three World titles. Like all the former athletes we’ve featured in this series, retirement was far from a smooth process for Debbie

Finding your identity after retirement

The Retirement Question

Danno chats to former rugby wildman turned youth coach Chris Jones and ex-Winter Olympian Adam Pengilly about retirement. Chris talks about trying to fill a void in his life left behind by rugby, while for Adam, it was easy to think that part of his identity had disappeared

Retiring as a major winner

The Retirement Question

Danno chats to former professional golfer Alison Nicholas about her retirement. Although she achieved great success on the course with 18 tournament wins, Alison found the transition to life after golf far harder than she expected

5 top tips as you move from University to the world of work

Graduating from university and heading into the world of work can prove one of the biggest challenges life throws up. Here are five top tips to help you as you make that transition.

Retiring as a professional footballer

The Retirement Question

In this first episode of a new series, Danno chats to former Premier League footballer Linvoy Primus. Having played more than 400 professional matches over a 17-year career, Linvoy shares some of the challenges he faced in making the transition to life after football and offers advice to elite athletes approaching retirement today

The Retirement Question

For elite athletes, this is singularly the greatest issue. When you stop playing, you have no idea who you are, where you fit into society, what your future holds or how to conduct yourself. It’s a tremendous pressure on elite athletes and that’s why we’re looking at it in this podcast series

The Greatest Event in the World

Films to show at an event

A film created for the FIFA World Cup 2018. Short and punchy, it quickly unpacks the wonder of both the World Cup and the gospel.

How do I support my child as a Christian in the world of elite sport?

A free booklet looking at the top 10 questions of parents and guardians of young performance athletes

What does the Bible say about coping with pressure?

How can I handle pressure in a godly way?

Why does pressure have such an effect on us, how can we cope with it and does the Bible give us any pointers?

Adam Pengilly

Danno meets...

Danno dives into the adrenaline-filled world of skeleton to meet Adam Pengilly. In this gripping podcast, Adam shares the highs and lows of a career that saw him represent Team GB at Turin 2006 and Vancouver 2010

Cyrille Regis: Obituary

Celebrating the life of Cyrille Regis

A captivating rivalry we can't ignore

The Ashes is one of sport’s oldest rivalries. As a Christian, how should one respond when healthy sporting rivalry shifts to being characterised by conflict and bad blood?

The Olympic rower

The Leadership Files

Danno catches up with double Olympic silver medallist and three-time world champion Debbie Flood. As well as her successful career on the water, Debbie’s leadership skills saw her become the first ever female captain of the world famous Leander Club

The Solheim Cup captain

The Leadership Files

Danno catches up with former US Open champion and victorious Solheim Cup captain Alison Nicholas. From the outset, Alison shares how Christian faith has shaped her leadership at the pinnacle of her sport

What does the Bible say about the drinking culture?

What does the Bible say about...

You want to be part of the team on and off the field, but you know the alcohol might be flowing and getting drunk will be the name of the game. If you’re a follower of Jesus, how should you react?

The Rugby Coach

The Leadership Files

Danno catches up again with former rugby wildman turned youth coach Chris Jones. The podcast sees Chris share how he learned to coach in the hard but fair style that has brought his Rhondda Valley teams great success

The Leadership Files

This podcast series, interviewing top level coaches and captains from the world of elite sport, looks at what it means to be a leader and a Christian at the top end of sport

Douglas Smith: Obituary

Celebrating the life of Douglas Smith

What does the Bible say about injury?

What does the Bible say about...

There are few harder things to deal with in sport than injury. So how can we approach this perennial enemy as Christians in sport? What does the Bible say about injury?

Gospel growth in the beautiful game

It has been amazing to see how God has grown the work of supporting professional and elite-level footballers. Here, two members of our Performance Team explain how they are encouraging the next generation of UK footballers.

Church and the top-level sportsperson

Sunday Sport

Why should Christian athletes at the top level get stuck into church? Having met a series of elite sportspeople over the course of the year, we now discuss another key issue that comes out of many of the interviews

Can you be a Christian and an elite athlete?

Having met a series of elite sportspeople over the course of the year, we now discuss this key issue that comes out of many of the interviews. Maybe it’s something you’re asking yourself as you seek to follow Jesus or are considering doing so?

Alan Godson: Obituary

Celebrating the life of Alan Godson

Val Gin

Danno meets...

A professor of kinesiology at Gordon College, Massachusetts, Val Gin was a successful women’s volleyball and softball coach for 13 years before changing her focus to training coaches of the future

Debbie Flood: My Story

Films to show at an event

Olympic rower Debbie Flood tells her story of coming to faith and being a Christian at the pinnacle of her sport. A great film to show at half-time in an event to trigger discussion.

Linvoy Primus: My Story

Films to show at an event

Former Premier League footballer Linvoy Primus tells of how he became a Christian and the impact it had on his career and view of football. An engaging short film to show at half-time in your event to provoke discussion or tee up a talk.

Clive Frampton: Obituary

Celebrating the life of Clive Frampton.

A rugby weekend like no other

One of the best weekends you could ever have as a rugby player

Ann O'Flynn

Danno meets...

Ann tells Danno of her highs and lows on the rugby stage from reaching the World Cup final to missing out on the next tournament due to injury

Dealing with disappointment

Winter Olympian Adam Pengilly had major injury issues around his final Olympics. Find out how his Christian faith impacted his view on the disappointment. A great video to show as a starter for discussion or a talk.

The Two Sides of Sport

Films to show at an event

Featuring a talk with Rico Tice and interviews with former professional footballer Linvoy Primus, Olympic rower Debbie Flood and rugby player Garin Jenkins, this film looks at Psalm 103 as it clearly explains the gospel message to sportspeople.

Chris Jones

Danno meets...

Danno meets wildman turned inspirational youth coach Chris Jones. Although a Welsh junior international, Chris was soon far better known for his violent antics off the field, which earned him the dubious honour of being banned for life twice

Darren Moore

Danno meets...

Danno meets former West Brom, Derby and Portsmouth defender Darren Moore

Niel Louw

Danno meets...

An accident at 16 years old saw Niel have his left arm amputated below the shoulder. Having been a keen athlete and rugby and tennis player, his promising sporting career looked in doubt...

Jane Powell

Danno meets...

Having played badminton, hockey and cricket for England, Jane Powell is now helping her country's lacrosse teams rise up the rankings. Hear Jane tell of her walk with Jesus through 40 years of top-level sport

Adriano Medeiros

Danno meets...

Adriano is a motor racer, now himself racing with his own ‘Jesus Saves’ team in the UK in the Classic Formula Ford Championship. Having grown up as a motor racing mad youngster near the Interlagos track in Sao Paolo, he is now looking to use the sporting gifts he has been given to make Jesus known

What does the Bible say about fairness?

What does the Bible say about...

Sport has a love-hate relationship with justice and fairness. On one hand it cannot function without it, but so much debate circles around the many unfair decisions and outcomes. So what does the Bible say about fairness?

Olympics Special

As the Rio Olympics get under way today, ex-athletes Debbie Flood and Adam Pengilly tell us what it is like to compete at the games

What does the Bible say about winning?

What does the Bible say about...

The legendary American football coach Vince Lombardi once said “Winning isn’t everything, but wanting to win is”. This might be overstated but have you ever had the nagging feeling that wanting to win is inherently ‘un-Christian’.

What does the Bible say about losing?

What does the Bible say about...

Should Christians be those who recite the old amateur mantra ‘It is not about the winning, but the taking part’? Does ‘turning the other cheek’ mean that we shouldn’t even want to win in the first place?

Parys Edwards

Danno meets...

Parys Edwards has competed at the top level in two different sports over a 20-year career that is still going strong. Parys talks to Danno about her highs and lows in sport and how she realised she can honour God by the way she competes

What does the Bible say about doping?

What does the Bible say about...

Turn to the back pages at the moment and it is difficult to get away from doping scandals. How as Christians should we think about these issues?

Andy Sinton

Danno meets...

Andy Sinton is a former professional footballer with 12 England caps to his name, including an appearance at Euro 1992. In conversation with Graham Daniels, he tells us about how he got selected for Euro 1992 and what it’s like being a Christian in the dressing room

What does the Bible say about sport?

Films to show at an event

To see how someone can move from being a Christian who plays sport to being a Christian in sport, let’s see what the Bible says about sport.

What does the Bible say about sport?

What does the Bible say about...

The Bible says lots of things...but what, if anything, does it say about sport?

Making the most of your last month at University

The summer term of university is a funny time. For many sports the season is over so Wednesdays are no longer taken up with travelling to BUCS fixtures. Then once exams are over everything can become a bit of a blur. But what about reaching the world of sport for Christ? How does that fit into the last month of university life?

Alison Nicholas

Danno meets...

Alison Nicholas is a British golfer who reached the pinnacle of the sport as both a player and then later on as the captain of a victorious Solheim Cup team in 2011. In a fascinating interview she talks about what it looks like to be a successful leader and coach and how her faith has helped her throughout her golfing career

Born to Play

Films to show at an event

A short film explaining the gospel for sportspeople

Linvoy Primus

Danno meets...

Linvoy Primus played professional football for 16 years including nine years for Portsmouth where he became a cult hero. In a wide ranging conversation with Graham Daniels, he talks about life as a professional footballer

Archbishop of Canterbury gives backing to Ministry of Sport strategy

Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury speaks at a Church of England sports ministry day

Garin Jenkins

Danno meets...

Garin Jenkins is a Welsh rugby union player capped 58 times by his country. In this podcast, he tells us about his battle with misdirected passion and aggression and how is growing faith remained steady in some massive ups and downs

Debbie Flood

Danno meets...

Danno meets Olympic rower Debbie Flood as she narrates her unlikely start in sport and how her faith has fundamentally impacted her life in a career full of highs and lows

Gerald Williams: Obituary

Celebrating the life of Gerald Williams

Cyrille Regis

Danno meets...

Cyrille Regis is a former international footballer and FA Cup winner. In conversation with Graham Daniels, he reflects on a professional career spanning 19 years and shares how his faith has influenced his career and life

Danno meets...

Graham Daniels interviews former top level sportspeople about their faith and sport

Pray Play Say

A video unpacking the phrase 'Pray Play Say' as taught through Colossians 4:2-6.

The Two Sides of Sport | Rugby Edition

Films to show at an event

Featuring a talk with Rico Tice and interviews with former international rugby players, this film looks at Psalm 103 as it clearly explains the gospel message to sportspeople.

Finding practical solutions to the weekly tension of Sunday sport and Sunday church services

Sunday Sport

There’s no doubt that the tension between Sunday sport and Sunday church services is a significant problem for the church. How do we decide what to do? Well we need to be clear on the biblical principles at stake here.

Good Friday: Live

A short film to show at Easter - imaging world news reacting to the death of Jesus.

The Greatest Discovery

Films to show at an event

George Best was one of the greatest players in modern football history but the story of how he came to be discovered is remarkable. Graham Daniels tells the story and challenges us about an even greater discovery we can all make from Matthew 13.