How should Christians think through Johnny Manziel’s rehab announcement?
A new study says that many Americans think God has a hand in the outcome of sporting events.
Some advice on better Bible verses for all your post-game needs.
Do we need another Super Bowl to prove Manning’s worth? No — we just need the present moment.
In baseball, the danger to one’s body is incidental. In football, violence is the point.
Once again, a young black man is the symbol of a societal dysfunction. Can we flip the script?
Aeneas Williams played 14 seasons in the NFL before trading in an athletic career for a life of coaching souls.
Yes! Maybe? I think so. Let’s see if we can figure this out.
A team-by-team prayer list for each of the 32 NFL teams you’ll be cheering on this season.
Can football fans help save the sport from itself?
Why loving football is like believing in God.
ESPN columnist Greg Easterbrook on God, the ethics of sports, and the most pressing problems for football.
New York Jets chaplain and former NHL player Adam Burt multitasks his way through ministry.
I played football because I wanted to be tough. But the gridiron gave me more than bruises.
Is it possible to enjoy the violent game of football and still be a compassionate Christian?
A new survey by the Public Religion Research Institute shows the true character of Americans’ “faith” in their teams.
The University of Notre Dame and its football team have blended ancient Catholic traditions with purely Fighting Irish ones, from attending Mass before games to pre-game prayers of the Litany of the Blessed Virgin.