Happy Father’s Day from Christian Sports Insider! I hope you all are having a great start to the summer! Earlier this month, Rafael Nadal won the French Open for the tenth time in his illustrious career. Nadal’s dominance on the clay is a testament to the value of practice and dedication. He has recognized that his skill set is best suited for clay tournaments, and he works to ensure he is ready for his next opportunity. Practice and dedication should also be staples of the Christian life. We are all made in God’s image. However, that does not mean we are all the same. Rather, God has given each person unique talents, their own personal skill set. Similar to the way Nadal is dedicated to improving his tennis game and preparing for his next tournament, Christians should be dedicated to using their talents to serve the Kingdom of God. We all have some way we can contribute. Some people can speak articulately and present the gospel concisely. Other people can easily develop a friendship with someone and play a part in leading them to Christ. Ultimately, the Christian must be “in shape” and ready to use their talents. Unlike the tennis player, the Christian does not know when their next “tournament” will be. We could have an opportunity to witness for Christ at any time. What are your thoughts? Be sure to let me know!