Former professional footballer, BBC Sport pundit and now church pastor; Gavin Peacock continues his brand new Cross The Line column with a corker! Gavin reflects on how he represented Christ in the dressing room and offers some practical advice as to how we can represent God in our sporting teams, today.
For the Premier League elite, the summer transfer window has become an annual cycle of spending big on expensive talent, plugging holes into big gaps that make themselves known during the season. Against better wisdom, it all seems set to move to another level in 2017.
As the wheels come off Arsenal’s season once again, their star man Alexis Sanchez seemingly cannot hide his frustration anymore, with outbursts reportedly becoming more frequent around the squad. Fans are dismissing it just a winner’s attitude that is sorely lacking elsewhere, but will his new attitude do harm than good?
They succumbed at Everton, and threw a comfortable lead away at home to Spurs. This wasn’t how Guardiola’s first season was meant to go. Christian Elwis explores why he’s struggling, and what the Spaniard can do about it.
West Ham playmaker, Dimitri Payet looks set to be on his way out of the London club after refusing to play for the Hammers again. But can the London outfit stand in his way?
The job of a goalkeeper is never an easy one. We spoke to USA and New York Red Bulls shot-stopper, Luis Robles about how God changed his perspective on the beautiful game.
Can the life as a UFC fighter really glorify God? We spoke to Nate Marquardt on how he sees his sporting career as a gift from God.
We spoke to Jamaican sprinter, Yohan Blake on what it takes to become an Olympic athlete and how he is rooted in his faith with Jesus Christ.
Team USA swimming sensation, Missy Franklin joined us as we reflected on a summer experience in Rio and how God has been teaching her through the highs and the lows!