- With Sports Betting Surge, Churches Should Up the Ante on Addiction RecoveryAs the Super Bowl pulls in record wagers, more people are seeking help for problem gambling. Christians can pull lessons from the opioid crisis to help with treatment.
- Super Bowl Fans Don’t Need a Linebacker JesusUsing sports to market Christ has a long history, but Sunday’s iteration might skip the muscles for heart.
- ‘He Gets Us’ Super Bowl Ads Part of Billion-Dollar CampaignHobby Lobby’s David Green and other Christian funders back three-year effort to reintroduce people to Jesus.
- Bono’s Punk-Rock Rebellion Was a Cry of Hopeful LamentGrief and God have been part of U2’s story from the start.españolPortuguêsFrançais
- Super Bowl Betting Is a $7.6 Billion Problem Fewer Evangelicals Care AboutAs society doubles down on online sports gambling, older activists see a chance to renew the Christian conscience around the practice.
- Mary the Priest and Phil the Groundhog Beat Out Super Bowl HooplaThe real reason February 2 is an occasion for feasting.
- The 49ers Chaplain Went from San Quentin to the Super BowlIn a winning season, Earl Smith also saw the team grow in faith.
- Americans Agree: God Blesses Super Bowl Athletes, not Their TeamsHow evangelicals and others see God’s providence in The Big Game vs. Trump’s election.
- Quick To ListenEpisode 44|24minWhy Football Will Never Be America’s New Civil ReligionSports-lover and Falcons fan David Prince on why the Super Bowl brings the country together and why losing matters.
- 2 in 5 Churches Will Adjust Activities for Super Bowl SundayMethodists and Lutherans more likely to watch Patriots vs. Falcons than Baptists and Pentecostals.