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Eagles quarterbacks gather for prayer after big win

Hall of Fame coach Tony Dungy has revealed a private and prayerful gathering immediately following Monday night’s Super Bowl. According to a Twitter post made by Dungy, Philadelphia Eagles quarterbacks Nick Foles, ...

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Olympic games get special Bible app for free download

Museum of the Bible is inviting Olympic fans to learn about how the Bible — the best-selling, most influential book in history — has impacted the Olympic games and the athletes who ...

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USA Hockey player to take her faith to Olympics

USA Hockey’s Gigi Marvin Taking Faith and Strength of Jesus to 2018 Olympics. ‘It’s About Sharing Christ and Leading Others to Him’. KANSAS CITY, Mo.—For the U.S. athletes gearing up for the Olympic ...

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Big XII golf champion Chase Hanna to highlight golf tournament

Chase Hanna hasn’t played in the annual golf tournament for Character That Counts and TGIW in years. However, he hasn’t exactly been neglecting his game. Hanna, who graduated from the University of ...

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Clemson coach has FCA connection

Fellowship of Christian Athletes Congratulates Clemson and Longtime FCA Friend Dabo Swinney on National Championship Last night, in an exciting, down-to-the-wire College Football Playoff National Championship Game in Tampa, the Clemson Tigers took home the trophy ...

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Michael Phelps reveals he once considered suicide and how a friend saved him

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“There is a power greater than myself and there is a purpose for me on this planet” Michael Phelps is a household name for Team USA, one many Americans associate with hard ...

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Olympics: Dietzen’s love for teammates anchored by faith

RIO DE JANEIRO — Christa Dietzen comes by the “Mom” nickname her teammates have given her naturally. She’s the oldest in her extended family, and she’s one of the oldest players on ...

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Simone Manuel gets gold, gives glory to God

Simone Manuel became the first African American to win an individual medal in swimming on Thursday (Aug. 11) when she won gold in the women’s 100-meter freestyle, and she was quick to ...

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FCA Team Camps bring love of sports to youth

There’s no ‘I’ in ‘TEAM.’ It’s an adage nearly as old as competition itself. But Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA, www.fca.org) is working to send a message of ultimate teamwork—even building upon the principles of ...

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Royals GM Dayton Moore excited about Faith & Family Day

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Dayton Moore, general manager of the Kansas City Royals, has received national acclaim and numerous awards since rebuilding a struggling small-market team into a World Series champion. However, what excites Moore as ...

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KC Chief Shawn Barber supporting Haiti effort

Former Kansas City Chief and current Chiefs Ambassador Shawn Barber is joining with high school student-led Geaux Haiti to invite the community to a big blow out carnival, Sunday, April 24 from ...

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Gay activists demand NCAA expel Christian colleges

Campus Pride, an LGBT activist group, is pressuring the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) to cut ties with Christian colleges over their views on transgenderism and homosexuality. Ever since the Obama administration ...

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Panthers, Broncos on Super Bowl, sportsmanship and faith

While under-inflated footballs aren’t dominating Super Bowl headlines this year, the National Football League still had its share of unsportsmanlike conduct calls, concussions and doping allegations this season. But rules do matter ...

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Olympic games become transgender

In late January, the International Olympic Committee, or IOC, announced a change in policies that will enable transgendered athletes to compete in Olympic games “without first having to undergo gender reassignment surgery.” ...

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MU Athlete Actions Lead to Legislation

A Republican lawmaker in the Missouri house of representatives has proposed a bill that aims to strip scholarships from college athletes (including MU athletes) who refuse to play for non-health related issues. The bill ...

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