The Best Things Usually Don't Go According to Plan

The Best Things Usually Don't Go According to Plan

Morehead State University volleyball player, Jessie Wachtman, never planned to stay for a 5th year in college. However, due to injury she had to take her sophomore season off, thus extending her eligibility. Although it was hard to redshirt when it was not her original plan, God used that extra year for amazing things. Read her story here!

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Overcoming Perfectionism and Self Doubt

Overcoming Perfectionism and Self Doubt

“For as long as I can remember I have been a perfectionist. I accepted nothing short of success and would do whatever it took to be the best in everything I did. Growing up this meant getting straight A’s, making varsity volleyball as a freshman, earning a scholarship to play college volleyball, etc… If you are someone going through something similar, here are a few nuggets to encourage you”

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Developing Intimacy with God On and Off the Court

Developing Intimacy with God On and Off the Court

Messiah College volleyball player, Amanda Dahlman, shares how having an intimate relationship with God is ultimately what her heart longs for. She gives us practical ways to cultivate a relationship with God both ON the court and OFF the court… because ultimately being a Christian athlete is not just about playing FOR God, but also playing WITH God.

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My Story with Volleyball, Depression, and New Beginnings

My Story with Volleyball, Depression, and New Beginnings

Nani finally reached her goal of being a division one, full-ride volleyball athlete. However, she was sad, isolated, and trapped in her depression. It wasn’t until she left her college and began a journey of healing during an internship with Fellowship of Christian Athletes, that she truly began to understand and believe the truths that God said about her. Read her story of seeking healing HERE.

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