Sports Crusaders, a Missouri-based sports ministry, celebrated its 20th season as a "summer of legacy," serving 2,544 campers and seeing 342 students turn to Jesus as Savior.
Sports Crusaders, a ministry that uses sports as a tool for engaging and evangelizing young people stateside and overseas, celebrated its 20th anniversary May
Sports Crusaders is wrapping a little more structure around its ministry in southern states thanks in part to Brandon Allee, a Missouri native now transplanted in Texas.
Sports Crusaders celebrated 243 professions of faith recorded in this summer's camp season. This year, 37 college student staffers ministered
Enjoy baseball and support mission efforts at the same time. Sports Crusaders has secured three Sports Crusaders Days at St. Louis Cardinals games this season — the first on April 2.
The Sports Crusaders board unanimously elected Tricia Alberts as executive director during its meeting on Oct. 15 in Jefferson City. She previously had served as director of operations and camp coordinator.
Last year, 239 children professed faith in Christ. Not in a revival or a church program. In fact, many of these new believers had rarely been inside a church building. The kids came to know Christ through something they love — sports.
The St. Louis Cardinals have designated Aug. 15 as “Sports Crusaders Day” at the ballpark, and good seats are still available.
Randy Curless has been named executive director of Sports Crusaders, an international ministry founded and led by Bobby Shows, who retired from the post at the end of 2007. Since 2004, Curless, 50, of St. Charles, has been the sports evangelism ministry’s program coordinator. Curless’
HOLTS SUMMIT — It was Bobby and Jane Shows Night at Union Hill Baptist Church in Holts Summit on April 18. The surprise event produced its share of tears and laughs as friends and colleagues took note of Shows’ “transition” from leadership of the