Don't Waste Your Sports Paperback
Booklet connecting Christ to sports players and athletes
by C. J. Mahaney;
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Don't Waste Your Sports
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"Why is it that sports seem to bring out the best and the worst in us?" asks author C. J. Mahaney. "Sports are a gift from God. But as soon as you introduce the human heart, things get complicated." For the Christian athlete, sports are one of the key battlegrounds in which pride and self-glory are regular temptations. If sports are indeed a gift from God, why are playing fields and courts so often arenas for our egos? How are we to enjoy sports in a godly way?
Self-described "pastor athlete" C. J. Mahaney looks to Scripture for principles that speak to the role of sports in our lives. This booklet outlines how Christian athletes are to play forthe glory of God and model gratitude, humility, and service.
With candour and humour, Mahaney recounts his own story with sports and through illustrations and practical applications exhorts athletes not to waste their sports. The booklet concludes with application questions and an addendum to parents.
A great gift for Christian athletes and an outreach aid to your sports ministry, these booklets are also sold in packs of twelve.
Don't Waste Your Sports by C. J. Mahaney was published by Crossway in November 2010 and is our 27243rd best seller. The ISBN for Don't Waste Your Sports is 9781433522475.
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Details for Don't Waste Your Sports
|Page last updated||24th June 2017|
|Author / Artist||C. J. Mahaney|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Crossway (November 2010)|
|Number of Pages||64|