College football fans are always so proud and loyal to their team that they never seem to take a loss well. Should Christians act this way?
Los Angeles Chargers kicker Dustin Hopkins proudly praised Jesus during a post-game interview with ESPN, despite his hamstring injury.
Robinson said the injury and difficult recovery were the lowest point in his life, but credits God and his team for his return to the field.
Kathie Lee has been transparent about challenges she and her husband faced in their 30-year marriage, but says marriage is a "holy alliance."
Tim Tebow sees his Heisman trophy not as something to hoard on his shelf, but as an opportunity for philanthropy.
No matter how the Blount High School Leopards perform on the football field this year, they’ve already won — in the eyes of God, at least.
On this episode of Coffee with Kim, former NFL player Ryan Bowers talks to Kim Crabill about his time on "The Bachelorette" and God's will.
After a loss, players often get booed. While this may make some disappointed, Russell Wilson of the Denver Broncos sees this as an honor.
Steph Curry says his parents started him on his faith journey by reading Bible stories to him and teaching him how to respond to failure.
In this powerful moment of prayer captured in a photo, these Texas football players set the believers a fine example indeed.