2022 World Cup Devotional — Peace
The 2022 FIFA Men’s World Cup Final was just a few days ago and Christmas Day is approaching. We pray for peace in our world. Soccer Chaplains United produced a devotional with themes of Advent and Christmas combined with football to celebrate this season. For the next few weeks on the podcast, myself and author Jordan Medas will read one of the weekly devotionals for the podcast.
We encourage you if you haven’t purchased the devotional, it’s available on Amazon in Spanish and English and Portuguese. The links below are for the US AmazonSmile website where your purchase also helps our organization (if you designate Soccer Chaplains United), but if you have Amazon in or near your country, you can purchase it through there as well.
Today, on the From the Touchline podcast, Rev Jordan Medas reads the Halftime reflection for Week 6, entitled: Not a Forced Peace. There is “world peace” and then there is God’s peace — and the two are very different. World peace is often accomplished by military might and governmental oppression and we might wonder if it really is peace or more so imperialism. God’ peace is different and Rev Jordan shares more on today’s podcast.
From the Touchline is a short-feature (10-15 min) podcast with Rev Brad Kenney, Founder and Executive Director of Soccer Chaplains United and Volunteer Chaplain to the Colorado Rapids of Major League Soccer. Rev Brad and occasional guests touch on various issues around the topics of faith, family, and football (soccer).
Also, don’t forget that you can listen in our app, SoccrChapUtd, in the Apple and Google store.