A ministry to athletes in Minnesota saw spectators become leaders, thanks to the playbook they learned from Jesus.
As a college student, Carly Edwards was inspired to lead others nearer to Christ through Athletes in Action. After she graduated in 2014, she saw no reason that should change. She wants you to know that anyone can change a life.
There are moments in life that redefine who you are from who you were. John Oliver saw the beauty of such a moment unfold between two high school students from Detroit.
How AIA leadership and ministry has helped ground ACC Player of the Year, Justin Jackson, in his faith.
The amazing true story of how Cru helped Gonzaga reach the National Championship game.
A group of NFL players are making Christ famous through their footwear.
Abbey D’Agostino’s run in the 5000m is being lauded as one of the top sportsmanlike moments of the Olympic Games.
Because of Christ’s work in his life, Wisconsin DB D’Cota Dixon responded to the egregious late hit committed against him in a most unexpected way.
In a sport often determined by tenths of a point, Aly Raisman, Gabby Douglas, Laurie Hernandez, Madison Kocian and Simone Biles won the Women’s Gymnastics Team All-Around gold medal by more than 8 points – the largest margin of victory in Olympic gymnastics history.
Laurie Hernandez is a 16-year-old hoping to make the US Olympic women's gymnastics team. She has disciplined her mind, body and life toward Rio. But she has an even more important goal she wants to reach first - and it may surprise you!
Olympic softball player Leah O'Brien-Amico recounts becoming a Christian through Athletes in Action.
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