Truth and Nails

"Church and Sport" - Kim and Barb Worthington

October 23, 2020 Sean Season 1 Episode 2
Truth and Nails
"Church and Sport" - Kim and Barb Worthington
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Truth and Nails
"Church and Sport" - Kim and Barb Worthington
Oct 23, 2020 Season 1 Episode 2
Sean

In Canada, Hockey culture directly affects the church....and the church ought to impact our Hockey culture. What responsibility does the church have to support/encourage and disciple hockey families to not just exist but thrive and have an impact on the hockey world they are engaged in. 
Kim serves as lead pastor of Waldheim MB church in Waldheim Saskatchewan, as well as chaplain with Hockey Ministries International  (HMI) for the Saskatoon Blades (WHL) and with the new AAA Franchise in Warman Sk. Kim and Barb have a love for the church, their hockey world and their community, and have lived the hockey life with their son Alex. 
The aim of this episode is to encourage the church to think seriously about the mission field that is in our communities, to engage and not just shrug off those parents who seem to be absent whenever hockey season roles around, and to take seriously the importance of equipping these young people and families to be a Godly witness in a very dark arena. 

Show Notes

In Canada, Hockey culture directly affects the church....and the church ought to impact our Hockey culture. What responsibility does the church have to support/encourage and disciple hockey families to not just exist but thrive and have an impact on the hockey world they are engaged in. 
Kim serves as lead pastor of Waldheim MB church in Waldheim Saskatchewan, as well as chaplain with Hockey Ministries International  (HMI) for the Saskatoon Blades (WHL) and with the new AAA Franchise in Warman Sk. Kim and Barb have a love for the church, their hockey world and their community, and have lived the hockey life with their son Alex. 
The aim of this episode is to encourage the church to think seriously about the mission field that is in our communities, to engage and not just shrug off those parents who seem to be absent whenever hockey season roles around, and to take seriously the importance of equipping these young people and families to be a Godly witness in a very dark arena.