How long are the devotions?

Each devotional is just one page. Plan for them to last 15 minutes or less depending upon the amount of discussion.

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What is the difference between the elementary and middle/high school versions?

Both versions are the same subject matter with some differences to make them age appropriate. The most noticeable difference is that the discussion questions for middle and high school students are more challenging and thought-provoking. If you are trying to decide which to buy for a team with both older elementary and younger middle school players, we recommend choosing the elementary version.

How sports-specific are the devotions?

Devotionals are related to the sport being played. They begin with a sports-related scenario, sports figure, or sports question that connects to a Biblical life lesson.

What if I can’t find my sport?

We have some series that are sports-related without being sports-specific and can be used for any team sport. Proverbs and the summer camp devotions are for any team sport.

Do you have summer camp devotions?

Yes, we currently offer The Game Plan and Follow Me: Love, Follow Me: Serve, and Follow Me: Honor.

How can I download the devotions?

When you make a purchase, you will be directed to a page where your PDF files will be available to download immediately. In addition, you will receive an email with your download link. This download link will automatically expire after 48 hours. However, you may request a new download period to be generated. If you experience any problems with your download, please fill out the contact form at the bottom this page.

What is the file format?

Downloads are PDF files (Portable Document Format). This makes it easy for you to print or email devotions to all your coaches.

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Why Use Team Sports Devotions?


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



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