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"A new, eye-opening look into sports and the gifts from God that sports really are."
—Steve Bosdosh, PGA golf instructor; contributor, Golf Magazine and Sports Illustrated
"A wonderful and refreshing take on sports that brings God to the position where he should be: Head Coach, Manager, Commissioner! This book is a blessing for anyone who has or needs perspective."
—David Stein, Talk Radio Host, A Celebration of Life Through Sports
"Game Day and the Glory of God brings a gospel-centered voice to one of America's biggest idols. A practical guide to many aspects of ministry."
—Gary Shavey, Pastor, Mars Hill Church; Chaplain for the Seattle Mariners
"This book will help parents, coaches, and young athletes form a biblical perspective on the games they play."
—Ted Kluck, author, Robert Griffin III: Athlete, Leader, Believer; coauthor, Why We Love the Church: In Praise of Institutions and Organized Religion
"A biblical and insightful playbook for anyone who loves to play or watch sports."
—C. J. Mahaney, Senior Pastor, Sovereign Grace Church of Louisville, Louisville, Kentucky
Stephen Altrogge is a pastor at Sovereign Grace Church of Indiana, Pennsylvania, where he leads worship, preaches, and works with youth. He has written several worship songs for musical projects produced by Sovereign Grace Ministries and is the author of Game Day for the Glory of God and The Greener Grass Conspiracy.
The book is intentionally broad but helpfully simple.
He successfully shows the impact we can have as we play and watch sports for the glory of God, and what impact we can have if we do it for the glory of ourselves.
While Game Day for the Glory of God is a book that offers few surprises, it is still a book that is well worth reading.
Game Day for the Glory of God: A Guide for Athletes, Fans, and Wannabes was an amazing book. Written by Stephen Altrogge, this book is for all people who watch sports, participate... Read morePublished on March 20, 2012 by BattleBornNV
I'm only at page 30 of 111 total text (excluding index, etc.). So feel free to decide I'm a jerk... Read morePublished on August 13, 2009 by Mr. Scott T. Allen