Do you want to be all you can be for God? These dynamic "game plans" from some of today's top athletes encourage you to achieve your personal best! Sharing their faith journeys, Albert Pujols, Colt McCoy, osh Hamilton, Tamika Catchings, and others will coach you to overcome obstacles and maximize your talents for God. Features a laminated hardcover binding, three color printing and a ribbon marker.
Format: Hardcover Number of Pages: 192 Vendor: Summerside Press Publication Date: 2011
Dimensions: 7.40 X 5.30 X 1.00 (inches) ISBN: 1609362039 ISBN-13: 9781609362034 Availability: Usually ships in 24-48 hours.
Thirty devotions, featuring today?'s sports stars like Albert Pujols, Colt McCoy, and Tamika Catchings, that focus on a different kind of success one that goes all the way to the soul.Fame, success, and a big paycheck are not the real motivation for some of the world?'s greatest athletes. Their main passion is not winning games but being their best for God. Through their experiences, fans and competitors can learn to focus on a success that goes beyond victory on the field or court. Be challenged by the example of Albert Pujols as he uses his sports platform to speak for those who can t, who finds his way back to faith after a journey through addiction, and be encouraged by the perseverance that brought Tamika Catchings from shy girl to confident Olympian. With practical wisdom, meaningful quotes from the athletes, and wrap-up questions, these devotions lay out the game plan for being your best for God.
"Athletes and coaches will be encouraged by the truth that their true value and worth come not from the scoreboard, but from the God who loves them." -Dayton Moore, General Manager, Kansas City Royals
"A personal look into the hearts of professional athletes who love and live for Jesus." -Kate Ridnour, wife of NBA guard Luke Ridnour and former college volleyball player
"What I love about these devotions most is that the arrow points right back to me with each one, challenging and inspiring me to follow Jesus with everything I've got." -Ron Brown, Running Bucks Coach, University of Nebraska
Jill Ewert has spent nine years communicating stories of faith from the world of professional and college sports as the editor of FCA's Sharing the Victory magazine. Also an avid distance runner, she currently live and works in Kansas City, Missouri.