Brad Wos is Executive Director, Sports Chaplains Network.
Brad Wos has given many years of his life to honoring Jesus through sports. Some, not all, of the “prongs” of his focus are as follows:
· Supporting the Cup of Nations soccer tournament) in St. Louis. It is sponsored by Jesus Followers like Brad, the next one – as of this writing — occurring July 11 – 16, 2016. In a fascinating and effective process, the tournament is made up of dozens of local ethnic and national teams. See www.cupofnations.com.
· Taking a team to the International Olympics Games in Rio, Brazil on August 2 – 14, 2016. Contact Brad if you have interest in going. Ministry in Rio will not only include a focus on the Olympians and their support teams, but also on Rio’s “Street Kids” – working with Street Child United composed of poor, homeless, orphaned children,.
· Supporting SportLife Elite Coaches Training, one example being that of February 12 & 13, 2016, If reading this beyond that date, watch for others like it. Information and registration is available at www.cupofnations.com .
More about Brad Wos is found at http://www.sportsoutreachgroup.org:
“Brad is the Vice-President of International Ministry of Sports Outreach Group . For 12 years, Brad and his family lived in Cape Town South Africa. Brad served as the Global Sport Director and University Ministry Coordinator for Mission to the World. Brad was the Chaplain for the South African National Futsal Coach. He is a SAFA/UEFA certified soccer coach. Brad loves networking and in the 2010 FIFA™ World Cup helped organize a local and global discipleship network to Coach in Grace. Brad and his wife Patty, along with their 5 Children are now setting up a Sports Outreach Group office in St. Louis Missouri. Brad is coordinating a global movement of grace based International sports leaders in 5 Midwest cities. The Sports Outreach Group is preparing to serve for 2014 Brazil FIFA™ World Cup Soccer, and the 2016 Brazil Olympics.”
Brad Wos can be contacted at (636) 861-1870, his office at Twin Oaks Presbyterian..