I'm all in for sport and I'm all in for Christ. How does this work if I have matches or tournaments which clash with Sunday services?
Sunday sport is an increasingly significant issue. Here is a collection of the resources we have produced on the issue. If you would like more information, please email us on email@example.com.
We sit down with Rev. Pete Nicholas to discuss the question of Sunday sport and church in our latest podcast.
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
For players, parents and pastors, the issue of whether you should play sport on a Sunday is a difficult one.
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
An open letter to one of our readers
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!
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.
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?
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