• Hello, I am excited to be joining my friends at AM 910 around the breakfast table this Friday morning, October 4, at 8:00 am Mountain. AM 910 can be heard online — just click on the Listen On Line link. The morning crew is always a fun group to hang out with and share about the ministry and I look forward to connecting with them again. During this visit, Director of Counseling Brooke Ewert and I will share with Roy, Denise, and Gordy about the upcoming Global Congress on Sport and Christianity at Calvin University in Michigan. If you're able to join us and listen in, you can tune into AM 910 if you're in the Denver area or listen

    Sep 30,
  • Hi friends, on Sunday, October 13, Soccer Chaplains United will have a table at our local church partner: Cherry Creek Presbyterian Church. This is a great time for us to see and visit with many of our supporters and friends. The details are provided below, please let us know if you will be there and make sure you come and say hello! Cherry Creek Presbyterian Church Sunday, October 13  8:30 am - 12:00 pm Address: 10150 E. Belleview Ave. Englewood, CO 80111 Domestic Missions Sunday

    Sep 30,
  • What does seasonal change look like where you live? Or, better yet, what change are you currently going through? In this edition of From the Touchline, Rev Brad reflects on his younger days and how God brought about change in his heart — from wanting to attend West Point Military Academy to becoming a pastor — the season of change that God wrought is the result of praying a particular way in the midst of much life change.  Inquiries and feedback can be sent to podcast@soccerchaplainsunited.org. From the Touchline is a short-feature (10 min) podcast with Rev Brad Kenney and occasional guests touching on various issues around faith, family, and football. Check out the Soccer Chaplains United App and go to the

    Sep 25,
  • Last week, the Colorado Rapids hosted a memorial service at Dick's Sporting Goods Park for former midfielder, Colin Clark. Colin died on Monday, August 26, 2019 of a heart attack. At just 35 years old, Colin's death shocked many. He grew up in Fort Collins playing soccer and played for the Rapids, Houston Dynamo, and Los Angeles Galaxy and had one appearance for the US Men's National Team. He also coached many youth teams in the Colorado area after retiring from professional soccer. The recorded service is viewable below. I had the privilege of leading and speaking at several different points in the service. The actual service begins at around 17:20 minute mark with a looping slideshow that precedes the

    Sep 25,
  • We're just one month away from the 2nd Global Congress on Christianity and Sport at Calvin University (formerly Calvin College) in Grand Rapids, MI. Soccer Chaplains United will feature in two of the many breakout sessions during the four-day event. A list of the different break out sessions is viewable here. The first session, A Biblical Foundation for Chaplaincy in Sport will take place on Friday, 10/25 (12:30-2:00 pm, Eastern). In this session, I will propose a different starting point for considering chaplaincy and sports chaplaincy from a biblical framework. Currently, there is not an article being published, but hopefully there will be something to add into the library of sports chaplaincy at some point. The second session, entitled, Chaplaincy

    Sep 24,