Olympic Dreams

Don’t you know that the runners in a stadium all race, but only one receives the prize? Run in such a way to win the prize.—1 Corinthians 9:24

It takes incredible effort and ability to compete in the Olympic Games. Athletes train for years to get one shot at a gold medal. With so much pressure and the entire world watching, it's tempting for Olympians to think It's all about me. But as Christians, we know that's not true. Whether in the pool or on the track, it's all about God. Meet some fantastic athletes who've not only disciplined their bodies, but their hearts as well, to glorify God on the world's biggest stage.

Cullen Jones
 

Gold Medalist Cullen Jones (Swimming)

Stephanie Cox
 

Gold Medalist Stephanie Cox (Soccer)

Hunter Kemper
 

Four-time Olympian Hunter Kemper (Triathlon)


Like we said, it takes years of training to qualify for the Games. Meet some of the top-ranked kids who might be future Olympians, and find out how you can start racing competitively.

Shayna Powless
 

Not About the Gold

Mountain Bike
 

Pedaling Toward the Future

Bike Race
 

What a Ride!


And whatever you do, in word or in deed, do everything in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through Him.—Colossians 3:17

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