• We received some more pictures from Bethel Orphanage in Juarez, Mexico and thought we would share them with you. You can check out our original story and follow up story by clicking the hyperlinks. If you would like to support future Timothy Project ventures, such as this one, please use the PayPal link below to make a donation. Your financial gift helps to secure additional equipment, sponsor a missionary or organization in an outreach effort, and cover associated costs of providing bibles, soccer equipment, and other outreach tools locally and around the world! #TPT  

    May 29,
  • Pastor Rick Holman serves as the Lead Pastor for the Cactus Campus of Scottsdale Bible Church in Phoenix, Arizona and he is leading a team to the Cardiff, Wales to partner with Highfields Church to put on a 1 week outreach soccer camp. The camp is open to local boys and girls aged 5-12 years old. Each day will consist of a variety of "football" skills in conjunction with a dedicated time to present biblical and personal stories by the coaches. The last day of the camp will feature a round robin tournament similar to the World Cup to complete the week followed by a Gospel message and invitation to come to church the next Sunday. Wales, as part of the United

    May 22,
  • Earlier this year, Rev. Mike Anderson took some Colorado Rapids gear down to Bethel Orphanage in Juarez, Mexico. The orphanage houses over 100 children who have either been abandoned or were taken from their families because of abuse or other things happening in the home. Many of the children have little hope - but Bethel is trying to change that for each one that walks through the doors. Food, schooling, a safe place to live and grow - these are just a part of what Bethel Orphanage is offering to those under its care. The orphanage received a number of shorts, jerseys, and other soccer equipment. Below are a couple of pictures from the orphanage. Please pray for each special

    May 15,
  • The red line - it is every coach's nemesis in Major League Soccer. It's simple: teams above the red line when the season ends gain entry into the playoffs for the MLS Cup. Teams below the red line go home early. Every coach handles the red line differently - some watch it closely from the beginning of the year to the end. Others pay it no attention (or, so they say) choosing rather to take it "one game at a time." Some coaches play through a thousand scenarios and calculate how many points are needed to be above the red line when the season ends. But amidst formulaic calculations and all manner of worry and concern, the red line represents

    May 04,
  • Thursdays throughout the month of April, CrossTraining has been featuring stories on our latest Timothy Project ventures. We will have some updates from equipment sent down to Mexico in the next few weeks, but take a chance to look back at some of the Timothy Projects that have already happened in 2014: Haiti Costa Rica Indigenous Indians Costa Rica Amateur Team Costa Rica Native Boys Team Costa Rica Church Team If you or someone you know has a Timothy Project idea or proposal, please encourage them to check out our criteria and submit an application. CrossTraining currently has some used soccer equipment available as well as copies of the Athletes in Action DVD, The Prize: Under Pressure (linked to trailer preview).

    May 01,

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