Where do you see sexual immorality in your sport?
Discuss this in your group or think about it on your own.
Rosie Musgrave , Ultimate Frisbee player
'The whole room just went silent and stared at me.'
Who is Rosie Musgrave ?
Rosie is in the Great Britain Women's squad She plays her club sport for Bear Cavalry and SYC in London.
She is part of Inspire Church, London and works for Christians in Sport as their London and South-East regional worker.
Read Ephesians 5v3 before watching the next video.
3 But among you there must not be even a hint of sexual immorality, or of any kind of impurity, or of greed, because these are improper for God’s holy people.
Discuss these questions following what you've read and listened to.
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1. How has this helped you understand a Christian perspective on purity within the context of sport?
2. Sexual immorality is defined as two people acting as if they are married, when they are not; as well as sexual desires which dominate your life in ways they should not. In what ways do you struggle to be pure in your sporting life?
3. How do the truths of the Gospel help you to resist temptation in this area?
Here are few resources to help you as you think more about this issue:
1. Article: Sledging
Zac Metcalfe - sportgodsway.com
2. Sermon: 1 Thessalonians 4:1-8
John Piper - desiringgod.org
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