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Head To Heart: Loving God With All Your Heart and Mind


HEAD TO HEART • Loving God With All Your Heart and Mind

The head-to-heart connection controls different aspects of the sports experience. Developing a strong mental game helps athletes fully enjoy the game they love to play. Jesus said part of loving God means loving him with all of our mind and all of our heart.

What does this look like in a team sport?
We bring glory to God when we accomplish the work he gives us to do. We learn about resolve when we understand how Jesus lived a life completely committed to God on our behalf. We know where our confidence comes from when we are certain God is with us in every situation. We want a team-first attitude because we chose a Christ-like attitude. We embrace courage when getting to the good thing means going through the hard thing. We are willing to do things God’s way when we truly want to get better. Great rewards come when we don’t give up. God makes us part of his victory story when we trust and follow Jesus.

Renewing our mind with the truth of God’s Word helps us fully enjoy a loving relationship with him. When we have a relationship with our Heavenly Father, the Bible says Jesus will affect our heart and mind. Philippians 4:6-7 This series connects the dots between the mental/emotional aspects of playing sports and our heart/mind connection with God.


devotions curriculum in pdf format

Boys Baseball/Girls Softball • Elementary K-5th
Boys Baseball/Girls Softball • Middle & High School 6th-12th
Complete with two versions: BOYS BASEBALL AND GIRLS SOFTBALL

Volleyball  • Elementary K-5th
Volleyball  • Middle & High School 6th-12th

Soccer • Elementary K-5th
Soccer  • Middle & High School 6th-12th
Complete with two versions: BOYS SOCCER AND GIRLS SOCCER

Football • Elementary K-5th
Football • Middle & High School 6th-12th


8 DEVOTIONS FOR $79.00

Goal Setting • Proverbs 21:5a • We bring glory to God when we accomplish the work he gives us to do.
Commitment • 1 Kings 8:61a • We learn about resolve when we understand how Jesus lived a life completely committed to God on our behalf.
Confidence • Psalm 46:1 • We know where our confidence comes from when we are certain God is with us in every situation.
Attitude • Philippians 2:5 • We want a team-first attitude because we chose a Christ-like attitude.
Courage • Isaiah 41:13 • We embrace courage when getting to the good thing means going through the hard thing.
Coachability • Proverbs 1:5a • We are willing to do things God’s way when we truly want to get better.
Consistency • Galatians 6:9 • Great rewards come when we don’t give up.
Victory Story • 1 Corinthians 15:57 • God makes us part of his victory story when we trust and follow Jesus.• Invitation to Trust and Follow Jesus


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Why Use Team Sports Devotions?

HOW IT WORKS

SAY
Engage players with a relatable story or question.
THINK
Encourage them to ponder the Bible verse and what it would look like on the court/field or in their daily life.
ACT
Challenge players to take action demonstrating their faith in real ways.
PRAY
Use the prayer suggestion, your own prayer, or ask for a volunteer to pray to close the devotion.

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LETTER FROM A COACH

Dear Team Sports Devotions,

I coach middle school basketball and cannot begin to thank you enough for these devotions. They are very well done. You have the right mix of current basketball players and history that draws the boys into the discussion from the beginning, and then you make it very relatable to the scriptures. READ MORE

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