The young American stood in the back of the truck as it moved slowly through the streets of Nalerigu, Ghana. Friends gathered along the road
It’s somewhat ironic that a sport whose participants must have a disability affecting the arms and legs is nicknamed “murderball.” But for Joe Delagrave, interim
Evita Griskenas — U.S. Olympian, World Games competitor and multiple gold medal winner — might not be what some would consider a typical world-class athlete.
Back in 2020 we shared the story of LeAnn Sanders Shelton, who lost her left arm at age 4 in a lawnmower accident. With determination,
Advocates for victims of human trafficking have long warned that major sporting events increase the prevalence of the crime, which is one reason trafficking prevention
This past Sunday, FINA, the world governing body for swimming released new guidelines for transgender athletes. A working group, assembled last fall, presented suggested policies
December 25 is a day to celebrate the hope found in Jesus. This year families across the nation can celebrate another kind of hope by
At 10 years old Ben Jones’ life changed forever. His father, Steve, who owned a forestry company, died in a helicopter crash along with the