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Fearfully and Wonderfully Made

I am fortunate to witness the incredible journey of athletes, and the message from Psalm 139 resonates deeply with how I guide and coach them. Just as each individual is fearfully and wonderfully made, I believe every athlete has unique talents and potential that I am responsible for helping them discover and develop.


In the world of athletics, weaknesses and challenges are inevitable. However, I want my athletes to understand that their flaws do not define them. Instead, “sandpaper moments” provide opportunities for growth and learning. I encourage them to embrace their individuality and view their weaknesses as stepping stones towards improvement.


It’s my job to guide and support my athletes through their triumphs and struggles. I remind them that their athletic journey has a purpose beyond wins and losses. I encourage them to use their strengths to inspire others and to view their athletic platform as an opportunity to make a positive impact.


In the sports world, the pressure to succeed can be overwhelming. But I remind my athletes that their worth is not determined solely by their performance. Instead, it is found in their character, integrity, and how they contribute to the community around them.


So, I strive to lead my athletes with humility, compassion, and a deep understanding of their individual journeys. I encourage them to embrace their purpose and use their athletic abilities to positively impact the program on and off the court. Together, we navigate the challenges and victories, always remembering that each athlete is fearfully and wonderfully made with unique gifts and potential.



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