Ouch. That has to hurt. In the wake of the very public shaming that has befallen San Francisco 49ers Quarterback Colin Kaepernick for his decision to disrespect our National Anthem, the deepest cut may have come from the
French olympian, Fabien Gilot, won the Silver Medal with his team in the 2016 Olympics men’s freestyle relay finals in Rio. His achievement is significant on its own, but would not be possible, had his Jewish grandfather not
Following Part One, here are the next five of ten young American Christian Olympic athletes competing in the 2016 Olympics. They are remarkable as athletes alone. But it’s their faith that makes them stand out even more–
In alphabetical order, meet ten of the U.S. Olympic Team who are proud to be competing and to testifying to God’s glory as Christians. Here are the first five. Photo credit: www.olympic.org Simone Biles, 19, Team USA Gymnastics
Ibtihaj Muhammad is one of the world’s best athletes and a champion fencer. She also happens to be both Muslim and American, and so she competes for the red, white, and blue in Rio’s 2016 Olympic games. Sadly, Muhammad’s
It is not an unusual thing to hear athletes giving praise to God when things go well. Many professionals are now in the habit of pointing up after they make a good play. A wide receiver out runs a group of defenders, and as they
The latest trend in major league baseball is the banning of smokeless tobacco. Liberal city councils in Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Boston have all banned the use of smokeless tobacco within their city limits, and
Nazem Kadri is threatening to murder Mark Giordano. Certainly he was caught up in the heat of the moment and isn't really going to kill him, but as a Muslim, his cultural frame of reference is interesting.