Mark Turgeon, Head Coach, University of Maryland   : "Adding a character coach is one of the best things I've ever done for my program. To have a man of great character like Pastor D. deliver a meaningful message to my players each week about life and making the right choices has become an irreplaceable asset for my team."

  • We value integrity. Living out Christ-like character in our words, our relationships, our finances, our beliefs and our actions. – Ephesians 4:1

    We value relevancy. Giving coaches the tools and resources to help them succeed professionally and spiritually. – I Timothy 4:8

    We value partners. Working in cooperative spirit with athletic–based ministries knowing we can accomplish more together than on our own. – Ecclesiastes 4:9

    We value relationships. Not just any relationships, but trusted, confidential, authentic and meaningful relationships. – Proverbs 17:17

    We value diversity. Welcoming all backgrounds, generations, genders, ethnicities, nationalities, and all coaching levels. – Galatians 3:28

    We value excellence. In all things we do. – Colossians 3:23

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Upcoming events

  • NCAA Final Four (North Texas)
    April 3-7, 2014
  • Character Coach Forum @ Final Four
  • Bounce Back Forum @ Final Four
  • Character Coaching Training
    August and October 2014