Manny Pacquiao is calling on Jesus to help the Filipino people overcome the destruction caused by Typhoon Haima this month.
The storm known to Filipinos as Super Typhoon Lawin, displaced hundreds of thousands of people after storms up to 100 mph ravished the nation. The 37-year-old Filipino senator, who came out of retirement to fight Jessie Vargas Nov. 5, is focused on his country and its people who have suffered from recent tropical storms.
Popular Christian athlete and former Heisman Trophy winner Tim Tebow eloquently answered criticisms about his decision to drop his professional football aspirations and pursue a career in baseball on Tuesday when he was put in the "hot seat" on an episode of "First Take" on ESPN 2.
After Tebow made headlines this summer when he signed a minor league contract with the New York Mets, many sports fans were left wondering why the 29-year-old national championship-winning quarterback with NFL playoff experience would set aside his NFL dreams to try his hand at a sport he hasn't played competitively in 12 years.
Although Tebow hasn't played in a regular season NFL game since the 2012 season, he has received offers from NFL teams to play other positions besides quarterback. more >>
The American Family Association has accused athletes across America who are following San Francisco 49ers football player Colin Kaepernick in his decision to not stand during the national anthem of "disgracing" and "embarrassing" themselves and their teams.
"As the football season rolls on, more and more athletes are disgracing themselves and embarrassing their coaches and teams by thumbing their noses at the national anthem," said Buddy Smith, AFA Senior Vice-President, on Thursday.
Smith pointed out that unlike Kaepernick, who protested against racial discrimination in America by kneeling during the anthem, other players such as Millikin University linebacker Conner Brewer decided to go in another direction and stand on the sideline during the anthem while his teammates chose to stay in the locker room. more >>
Liberty University President Jerry Falwell is denying that he prevented an op-ed critical of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump from being published in the school newspaper.
Liberty gained headlines for declining to publish a column in the Liberty Champion by their sports editor that denounced Trump for his "locker room" comments against women.
Sports editor Joel Schmieg posted the unpublished column on Facebook on Tuesday, adding to it the accusation that Liberty President Jerry Falwell, Jr. stopped his column from being published. more >>
Jeremy Lin is ready for the Brooklyn Nets to experience a revival.
In the first email written to his digital prayer group in months, the Nets point guard is including prayers for his new team's spiritual transformation.
"Please pray for this upcoming season. Not only that we would play well and far exceed expectations (which let's just be honest, aren't very high right now lol), but that there would be revival on our team," Lin wrote. "I'm hoping my teammates come to Christ, that lives are transformed and that we experience God's power on AND off the court this season." more >>
After being hailed as a miracle worker earlier this week for praying for and laying hands on a fan who was having a seizure and passed out, Tim Tebow says he isn't taking credit for performing any miracles, and was just doing what all Christians are called to do: "be there for people."
When reports surfaced about the 29-year-old Scottsdale Scorpions baseball player laying hands on a fan named Brandon, some who witnessed the event called it a "miracle." While Tebow acknowledged that God was perfectly capable of performing a miracle, the Christian athlete insisted that nothing was done with his own strength.
"As far as me and miracles, no. But in the God that we serve, yeah, I do believe in miracles," Tebow told reporters on Wednesday. "I don't know what the situation was, but I know that the God that I get to serve is the God that always performs miracles in people's lives everyday, all the time." more >>