In the competitive world of sports, there is an ever present temptation not to be a man or woman of integrity. After all, who will know? Were you in bounds, did you foul, was it a false start, does it really matter if your athlete uses steroids? The value God places on honesty and authenticity is essential for true winners. The Fellowship of Christian Athletes identifies integrity as a value that is essential in all walks of life, whether on the field, in the classroom, or in the business world. Learn how to demonstrate Christlikeness privately and publicly with Integrity. Comprised of a Bible verse, a story, a principle, an application and a prayer, these inspirational readings foster the core value of integrity. Topics covered include: integrity in the face of defeat, when the other team cheats, when it's difficult, when no one is looking, when you're on the bench, and when you score the winning run.
Since 1954, the Fellowship of Christian Athletes has challenged athletes and coaches to impact the world for Jesus Christ. FCA is cultivating Christian principles in communities throughout the world by encouraging, equipping, and empowering others to serve as examples and to make a difference. Reaching over two million people annually on the professional, college, high school, junior high, and youth levels, FCA has grown into one of the largest sports ministries. Through this shared passion for athletics and faith, lives are changed for current and future generations.
Dan Britton serves as the Fellowship of Christian Athletes' executive vice president of international ministry and training at the National Support Center in Kansas City. He has been on FCA staff since 1991. In high school and college, Dan was a standout lacrosse player. He continued his lacrosse career by playing professional indoor lacrosse for four years with the Baltimore Thunder. He has coauthored three books-- One Word That Will Change Your Life, WisdomWalks, and WisdomWalks SPORTS--and he is the author and editor of eleven FCA books. He still plays and coaches lacrosse and enjoys running marathons. He and his wife Dawn reside in Overland Park, Kansas, with their three children.