“Does God Care Who Wins?”
A FREE Webinar from a partner ministry with Coaches of Influence – CEDE Sports
Join us Wednesday, January 13th at 12pm PST!
As we approach the CFP and Super Bowl, there will inevitably be a player or coach who will give credit to God for the win or a spectacular performance. The response to situations like these is often “Does God really care who wins?”. This q
broader subject of COMPETITION and especially REDEEMED COMPETITION.
Out of CEDE Sport’s continuing desire to serve Sports, Rec & Fitness ministries and ministers, we are having a Webinar to address both this specific question – “Does God care who wins?” – and the broader subject of REDEEMED COMPETITION. The Webinar will be led by the celebrated author Bob
The webinar will include specific ideas from sports ministers for utilizing this tool for advancing the vision of REDEEMED SPORTS along with interviews from sports ministers who have used the book and the results they have achieved.
The first 25 people who register and join us for the Webinar will receive A FREE BOOK!*
*with one stipulation – that you promise to read it and consider gathering a group to study it!
“Does God Car Who Wins? has impacted my overall approach to sports ministry and helped me more deeply format my own definition and understanding of a Christ-centered view on competition.” – Stephen Jackson, Sports Minister & Former Professional Soccer Player
“We’ve used the question “Does God Care Who Wins” and the book for years with our youth coaches. It hasn’t been a “one and done” mindset but rather an ongoing process. Our “rookie” coach meetings include discussion around this question and then each of the coaches receiving a copy of the book. We’ve found the topic comes us later when some of these coaches continue to work with Legacy for multiple seasons.” Scott Tyson, Director – Legacy Sports
“Here at ROAR, we have been giving our new coaches the “Does God Cares Who Wins” book at our coach development meetings in the preseason for over a year….We find the book helpful in beginning dialogue. Most coaches, or people for that matter, have an opinion on the topic. The book, this topic, opens the door for conversation about God’s glory and more importantly how the Gospel shapes how we play or coach.” Andy Worthington, ROAR Director