What is a PACK?
Our Definition: A small group of sports fans (4-9) who follow Jesus side by side, and discuss sports, faith, and life together.
PACK (noun): A set of persons with a common interest. (Sports and Faith)
PACK (verb): To fill with items needed when away from home. (Support, Encouragement, Acceptance)
P– Prayer (Personal Requests)
A – Accountability/Advice (Struggles, Goals, Marriage, and Fatherhood)
C – Community, Conversations & Confessing (Sports, Faith, Life, Marriage, Work, and Fatherhood)
K – Kicking Around the Biggest Sports Topics and the Week’s Question to Unpack
“There is an old saying about the strength of the wolf is the pack, and I think there is a lot of truth to that. On a football team, it’s not the strength of the individual players, but it is the strength of the unit and how they all function together.” – Bill Belichick (Head Coach New England Patriots)
The PACK provides a place for conversation about sports, faith, and life. These weekly meetings allow sports fans to discuss what’s going on in each other’s lives. It’s not designed to be a formal study, but a time for fellowship and connecting with fellow sports fans. We end up learning from the conversation and from each other’s experiences.
Each guy shares whatever is on his heart that week as a follower of Jesus: what he’s been learning; his struggles and decisions; lessons from his personal Biblical studies; and his victories.
Find a PACK
If you’re interested in starting a PACK or joining one in your area please contact Bryce@UNPACKINIT.COM for more information.