Trust in the Living God – Ruwan Kalpage

Ruwan Kalpage is former Sri Lankan cricketer who played in the 1992 Cricket World Cup. He later spent time coaching at the national level for Sri Lanka and Bangladesh.   The experience which I am about to relate occurred a few years ago. When I went to service my car, I met a person who … Read more

Playing for an Audience of One – Katie Perkins

After setting her mind as a youngster to compete for the New Zealand women’s national cricket team, Katie Perkins found herself lost and far away from that goal in her early 20s. But when she handed the game over to God, her athletic career took a positive turn. She debuted for the New Zealand White … Read more

Knowing the One Who Gives Life – Tinu Yohannan

Tinu Yohannan, a former Indian bowler, returned to the cricket field as the bowling coach for the Kerala state team from 2014-2018. He is now in charge of the academy structure and coaching system in Kerala.   I came from an athletic family. My dad, T.C. Yohannan, was the first Asian to jump 8 meters … Read more

Nothing Without Christ – J.P. Duminy

South African cricketer J.P. Duminy has made quite a name for himself as a left-handed batsman and right-handed off-spin bowler. Having grown up in the Western Cape of South Africa, he currently plays for both his home team, the Cape Cobras, and the South African national team, for which he’s the vice-captain.   It all … Read more

Shining Light – Carlos Brathwaite

Carlos Brathwaite is a West Indies all-rounder cricketer from Barbados who took over as captain of the West Indies Twenty20 Internationals (T20I) team in 2016. He competes in Test cricket, One Day Internationals (ODIs) and Twenty20 Internationals for the West Indies. In the last over of the 2016 World T20 final against England, Brathwaite became … Read more

Finding New Completeness in Christ – Faf du Plessis

At 34 years of age, Faf du Plessis is one of South Africa’s most consistent right-handed batsmen, and has proved himself a leader in the sport of cricket as the current captain of the national team. Having made his Test debut in November 2012, he soon became the fourth South African to score a Test … Read more

Life-Changing Personal Faith – Wes Hall

Wes Hall, legendary fast bowler for the West Indies, grew up in the least luxurious of situations in Barbados. Now 81 years old, the ICC Cricket Hall of Famer reflects on his journey.   Our home was full of love but had not even one of the modern conveniences. My hope, as an 8-year-old, was … Read more