• Timothy Project: Future of Timothy Project In Light Of Re-Branding.  Big changes are on the very near horizon for CrossTraining.  Since the inception of CrossTraining 16 years ago much has changed in the world of athletics; especially with small, boutique fitness centers that are sprinkled all over our communities.  It has become apparent that CrossTraining's identity is fading into the abyss of the CrossFit phenomenon. Upon this realization, Executive Director Brad Kenney made the decision to rebrand, remarket and reposition CrossTraining into a more accurate space within Major League Soccer.  The new name, logo and vision statement will better identify the ministry and all that falls underneath its umbrella of services. The future of Timothy Project also has exciting changes

    Aug 24,
  • Timothy Project: Year To Date Project Award Recipients Summary In Pictures. This summation in photographs are of the project award recipients and the gear they were able to take with them. In these photographs you'll see a few of those to whom the gear was donated, you'll see some pictures of the gospel going forth, you'll see the gift of playing a sport that has no language barrier so both the gringo and the native play together and you'll see bridges being built. Thus far in 2017 CrossTraining's Timothy Project has partnered with seven different teams who have crossed outside of USA and into countries all over the world.  These teams consist of teenagers, coaches, some curious sojourners, some seasoned

    Aug 17,
  • Timothy Project: Year To Date Project Award Recipients Summary 2017 - an editorial. I joined the CrossTraining team February 1 with little knowledge of the professional soccer industry.  While soccer filled large amounts of my weekly schedule, it was barely a hint at the caliber of Major League Soccer.  My soccer experiences included sitting in comfy folding chairs on the sidelines while visiting with other soccer moms, growing relationships and evaluating how our sons were progressing through the season. I had gleaned insights and perspectives from Chaplain Brad Kenney over time as he shared about CrossTraining, the Rapids and his passion for chaplaincy.  Those gleanings did not leave me star struck with famous players or a Rapids super-fan but instead

    Aug 10,
  • The Timothy Project: CCPC Uganda 2017 Update is pleased to report that through the soccer gear donated by CrossTraining many lives in the outskirts of Kampala were changed for the good.  Cherry Creek Presbyterian Church (CCPC) is a valued ministry partner of CrossTraining.  Through this partnership Timothy Project donations have touched the lives of hundreds of people in Uganda over the years. This trip, in particular, brought great encouragement to both CCPC and CrossTraining as a former member of Youth For Christ Uganda (YFC) has established and is leading his own soccer league.  His name is JP and he was deeply involved with a previous CCPC trip to Uganda.  Unbeknownst to the CCPC team, JP has since launched his own

    Aug 03,