• Valor Christian High School Soccer is returning to Tamarindo, Costa Rica in what has become an annual tradition. This year's trip will feature sixteen boys from the soccer program. The team will fly down to Costa Rica during the upcoming spring break and business week — March 14 - March 23. The team will look to build two homes for needy families during the day. At night, the team will minister to the soccer community through building relationships, competing in games, and sharing the gospel with athletes from the local area. It is during this time that the team will also look to give gear away to players who need new cleats, goalie gloves, and jerseys. We look forward to

    Feb 20,
  • To what team do you ascribe allegiance to? What team/sport do you avidly follow or you might even say you, "bleed these colors?" Our allegiances to sports teams are not something that are lightly considered — and a plethora of reasons exist for the way that we follow and cheer on our sports teams. Maybe it was where we grew up, how we were raised or a special or significant person who shared their interest with us. In today's From the Touchline episode, Rev Brad looks at the topic of allegiances. While it is common to be a die hard fan for a sports team, our allegiance to God and spiritual things is often times something very different. Referenced in

    Feb 19,
  • Last year, Compassion International, a ministry based in Colorado Springs, CO took a group of athletes from the National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) to El Salvador on a vision trip. The intention was to allow several athletes to interact with and see the work that Compassion is doing in the country. Matt Pirmann and Ken McKinney, leader of the trip, reached out to Soccer Chaplains United to see if there might be any gear or equipment to take down as part of the trip. Soccer Chaplains United was able to get 150 shirts and 10 soccer balls into their hands with short notice. Compassion Team Members and NWSL athletes show the children some games and drills with a ball donated

    Feb 13,
  • Saturday, February 29, Soccer Chaplains United has a special volunteer opportunity. Come and sort out soccer gear and equipment for the upcoming Musana Community Development Project! These kids are waiting for some new soccer gear! Details Saturday, February 29, 2020 from 1:00 pm — 3:00 pm MountainSort/inventory soccer gear and equipmentBoxing/packing gear for delivery in AprilDress for the weather — working inside garage RSVP to info@soccerchaplainsunited.org for further details and address Space is limited, so RSVP ASAP if you would like to come and help the team out.

    Feb 12,
  • Recently, Rev Brad Kenney, Founder and Executive Director of Soccer Chaplains United and the volunteer chaplain for the Colorado Rapids returned from a month-long sabbatical. His time away during the month of January was filled with rest and learning to shut-down and say 'no' to several things. In today's From the Touchline episode, Rev Brad shares about his sabbatical and offers some reflections and encouragement from his time away from ministry. He shares four key learnings that he takes away from his time of rest that may be helpful (though challenging) for anyone in and around the game of football. Referenced in today's podcast are two key scriptures from the Bible: Mark 6:31 — ...he [Jesus] said to them, “Come

    Feb 12,
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