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The Latest on Football and Blows to the Head

With fall’s football season in full swing everywhere from our youth fields to the professional gridiron, it’s once again time for us to pass on to you some of the latest findings from the Concussion Legacy Foundation on the effects…
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Parent Prompt: Youth Sports & Church Participation

CPYU Parent Prompts are a regularly released resource to spark biblically-centered conversations with your kids about the issues they face in today’s youth culture. For families with young athletes, the pressure to participate in travel and club teams continues to…
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The Latest on Kids and Concussions

Today, I want to pass on an update about the newest developments regarding concussions and our kids. A concussion is considered a mild traumatic brain injury. It results from a jolt or blow to the head. For our children and…
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High School Athletes and NIL Deals

I recently received this text message from a high school coach I know: “Would you please make people aware of high school athletes and the NIL deals? Something has to be done. It’s getting out of hand.” In case you’re…
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Youth Sports as Idols

I recently had a roundtable conversation with a group of local church youth workers. We were chatting about the role that youth sports has taken in our current cultural setting. As parents, we want our kids to be able to…
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Sports Parenting 5

All this week we’ve been looking at how to push back on a youth sports culture that tends to value the wrong things, by living out our faith as sports parents. Jesus said that it’s out of the overflow of…
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Sports Parenting 4

All this week we’re looking at how to push back on a youth sports culture that tends to value the wrong things, by living out our faith as sports parents. Parents, let me ask you this question: What are the…
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