Devotional of the Week: Innocent Boldness

"Your servant has killed both the lion and the bear; this uncircumcised Philistine will be like one of them, because he has defied the armies of the living God. The LORD who rescued me from the paw of the lion and the paw of the bear will rescue me from the hand of this Philistine. Saul said to David, ‘Go, and the LORD be with you.’” I Samuel 17:36-37

What Christians can learn from Kobe and Peyton

his is what makes anyone great at their profession or passion. The artists keep creating, understanding that there will always be something else for them to pour their soul into...

Warriors’ Andre Iguodala credits team’s faith in 2015 NBA title

"We got a team full of believers. We all go to chapel before every game. We all believe and we all say God has a way for you—a purpose for you. This is my purpose..."

Gold Mine: Diamondbacks’ Paul Goldschmidt finds Jesus through love of others

Paul Goldschmidt has a reputation for humility almost as large as his renown for terrifying National League pitchers...
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Video of the Week: Seth Curry discusses putting Christ first on the court

When people think of Sacramento Kings guard Seth Curry, they might think of him as No. 2 — second best. Given his older brother, Stephen, is a two-time NBA MVP and a 2015 NBA...

Devotional of the Week: Stronger Than Sin

“I want to be as one with Him. I could not be right with God by what the Law said I must do. I was made right with God by faith in Christ.” Philippians 3:9

Adam LaRoche wins K-Love “Sports Impact” Award

Much has changed in the life of former Chicago White Sox first baseman Adam LaRoche since the end of the 2015 MLB season — some might say for the worse. LaRoche would say for the better...

Former NBA Champion discusses happiness found in Christ

According to societal standards, Wayne Simien should've been happy. He was one of the best players on the most successful college basketball teams in the country, his path seemed to be leading toward the NBA, he was living his childhood dream. But it was all merely a facade — inside, deep down, Simien was empty and unhappy...

From the Archives: On the Mark

Back in 1999, when Mark Jackson was playing for the Indiana Pacers, he shared his story with Sports Spectrum — discussing how he maintains a healthy spiritual lifestyle despite his busy NBA schedule...

L.A. Rams quarterback talks about depending on Christ (Active Faith)

When Case Keenum, who's entering his fifth year in the NFL, was back with the Houston Texans in 2014, he shared his testimony of faith in Jesus Christ with Active Faith...

Devotional of the Week: ‘Continue in the Grace of God’

The spiritual journey does not end at baptism or after praying a prayer or upon converting—rather, continuing in the grace of God is something we can do forever...

From the Archives: Fire and Ice

Jarome Iginla, who played for the Penguins during the second half of the 2012-13 NFL season, was a member of the Calgary Flames at the time and explained how Jesus' work in his life gave him the incredible happiness that he exudes each day...

Connecticut minister leads first ‘pastor-led’ Indy 500 team

While most pastors stood behind their pulpits on Sunday morning, Rev. Will Marotti was on the racetrack in Speedway, Indiana...

Former Heisman candidate thanks God for career-ending injury

South Carolina RB Marcus Lattimore was one of the best running backs in college football, but a career-ending knee injury took that all away. Yet, what most people would have nightmares about, Lattimore looks back on as a blessing. If he could travel back in time, he'd take the injury again — he thanks God for it...

From the Archives: Tall Order

He stands at 7-foot-1, his nickname is 'The Admiral' and his NBA awards and accolades could fill an encyclopedia, yet growing up, the game of basketball was almost foreign to NBA superstar David Robinson...

Devotional of the Week: Spirit Over Logic

Tim Noakes, a South African professor who has run in over 70 marathons and ultra-marathons, once said, “Your body will argue that there is no justifiable reason to continue. Your only recourse is to call on your spirit, which fortunately functions independently of logic...."
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Video of the Week: I Am Second® — Clayton Kershaw

Kershaw showed complete control over his pitches and the Reds' hitters — a typical characteristic of the three-time Cy Young Award winner. Control, however, is something that Kershaw didn't always have...

Viral fan video claims Jeremy Lin received unfair treatment

Charlotte Hornets guard Jeremy Lin has been a target as of late — in more ways than one...
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Around the Net — ‘Dude Perfect’ breaks into the record books

Perfection has taken on a new name — or, at least, a new first name...

Stephen Curry continues to revolutionize the NBA for Christ

The three-point shot has one man, in particular, to thank for its revitalization in the NBA — two-time MVP Stephen Curry...

Tim Tebow encourages student-athletes to look beyond sports

Tim Tebow, since being released Eagles in 2015, has taken to coaching — not from the sidelines, though...

From the Archives: Quiet Thunder

Since he was drafted in 2007 by the Seattle SuperSonics, Kevin Durant quickly became a household name — but that may not have always been what he wanted...

Devotional of the Week: Peacemakers

“One of the servants told Abigail, Nabal’s wife, ‘David sent messengers from the wilderness to give our master his greetings, but he hurled insults at them.’” I Samuel 25:14 Abigail, a beautiful lady with a...

Video of the Week: NBA Champion credits Christ in pushing through early NBA failures

After deciding to cut his college career at the University of North Carolina short, James Michael McAdoo faced an onslaught of disappointment and embarrassment...

Roaring Ahead: Notre Dame runner Anna Rohrer relies on faith as her anchor

Five months passed before Anna Rohrer could run again and she gives credit to God for bringing her back stronger and better than ever. So strong, in fact, that she completed her brilliant high school career with six state championships and five national championships...

NBA Closeup: Jeremy Lin

Through the email prayer requests, fans weren’t only given specifics on how to pray for Lin, but the emails also gave insight into how Lin felt, how he thought and how he believed God was moving...

Filling the Void: Ian Desmond realizes that nothing else matters beyond Christ

Even stars like Desmond deal with the pressure of pursuing a Christ-filled life when it seems like no one else is. He’s the first to admit that taking the worldly road is easy, but assures athletes that taking the other road (the tougher one) is worth it...

Drowning the Noise: Indiana coach Tom Crean learns to cope with criticism

The demand for success at Indiana is as high as those five banners. It is good to expect greatness, but it can be maddening to be imprisoned by expectations. Some might say that Hoosier Nation swings back and forth between the two like a pendulum. Indiana University head coach Tom Crean stands amidst the noise—the swinging pendulum—with the future of Hoosier basketball on his shoulders...

Three faith-based stories on Masters champions

“Just because our plan is easier doesn’t mean anything because His plan is best. We may struggle, but what’s really a struggle when you know you are going to heaven? If I never won...

Video of the Week: NHL Champion explains how faith helped with his fear of...

On an injury-riddled Pittsburgh Penguins team, veteran center Matt Cullen has stepped up and played a major role since All-Star break. This video, produced by CBN Sports last year when Cullen played for the Nashville Predators, highlights how Cullen's faith has helped him deal with his fear of failure.