3 Minute Drill - Case Keenum Video Study
What are you “promoting” when you compete? Are you promoting yourself, your family, your school? Are you promoting God?
In what ways can we promote Christ on the field?
How can godly actions on the field model Christ to those watching?
- Can we also promote Him off the field? If so, how?
Related Scripture: Isaiah 61:1-3, John 13:34-35
Have you ever had a similar experience to the one Case Keenum describes?
Even if you have a bad game, is it still worth it if you bring glory to God in the process? Why or why not?
What is your reputation off the field? Do others know you are a Christian? Better yet, can they see it in your lifestyle?
What does Case’s story say about the true purpose of sports?
- What does this tell you about God’s purpose for you as an athlete or coach?
Related Scripture: Ephesians 4:1-3, James 2:14-26
As one of the top-rated quarterbacks in the NCAA, Case Keenum suffered a season-ending knee injury just three games into his senior season. Still, he accepted God’s plan as the better one. How would you respond if you were in Case’s situation?
When has God’s plan for you been different than the one you would have chosen for yourself? How did you react and what did you learn?
What are you clinging to right now that, if the Lord removed it from your life, you would struggle to give up?
- Do you trust God completely to lay out the best plan for your life?
Related Scripture: Proverbs 3:5-6, Romans 8:18-21, Romans 8:28
Do you dwell on bad performances or losses? How much do they anffect your life away from the field?
How much time do you spend thinking about your sport? How does that compare to how much time you spend thinking about the things of the Lord?
What position should sports take in your life and how should it rank among your priorities?
- What are some ways to keep sports in proper perspective in regards to spiritual matters and your relationship with Christ?
Related Scripture: Exodus 20:1-6, Matthew 6:33, 1 John 5:21