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Vision: To be a faithful presence of Christ in the culture of sport for the good of local communities and the glory of God.

"As a chaplain, my focus has changed from helping athletes succeed to helping them to flourish by realizing their full value and identity in Christ whether it be in the field of play or in life in general."
- Dani Price
Sports Chaplaincy Student

“No matter what my ministry context may be in the future, my classes in the Sports Chaplaincy concentration have helped me to always be asking, ‘What will it look like for God’s redemption to be accomplished here?’”
- Carter Sapp
Sports Chaplaincy Student

“My hope is that we might see a shift in how sports are collectively viewed in our world, to the extent that idols within sports are destroyed and God’s glory is rightly dis-played instead.”
- Bryan DeVries
Sports Chaplaincy Student

The culture of sport needs Christian sportspersons, leaders, families, communities, and ministers apprehended and shaped by the whole gospel. Christians should be thinking about the gospel and its implications for sports, a theological task and practical responsibility. To attend responsibly to this matter, George W. Truett Theological Seminary of Baylor University has launched a Sports Chaplaincy/Ministry program which addresses how to live and work practically in sports in a manner worthy of the gospel.

We aim to educate and prepare students to be chaplains and ministry leaders in and through the local church or sports leaders who integrate their Christian faith charitably into the world of sports. Integral to this purpose is the formation of Christian intellectual and moral virtues which we practice in a community of learners committed to the Lordship of Christ and the authority of Scripture. Whether you are beginning in sports ministry or a seasoned veteran, we invite you to join us to go deeper as the church for the good of people and the glory of God.

*Declaration on Sport and the Christian Life*

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Questions? Contact the Truett Sports Ministry Office.

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