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Youth Sports Ministry
Pathway 2 Prosperity offers Tigers Sports  Ministry program as a tool for  Sports for Social Change (SFSC)

 I.Impact Community Vision

Our programs will focus on effective ways that sports can play a role in promoting more stable and inclusive communities, and as an alternative to anti-social behavior. Our project goals will include the importance of leadership, responsibility, teamwork, healthy living, and self-discipline to demonstrate how organized sports can encourage youth to stay in school, prevent substance abuse and
violence, and mitigate extremist voices. In addition, the SFSC project will aim to include the use of sport as
a tool to promote tolerance and understanding through organized activities that appeal to youth and youth influencers, and that focuses on conflict prevention/resolution.
Philippians 4:13 says “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me..”
II. Life Skills
This project  will also  include improving the quality of life for persons with disabilities by providing affordable, inclusive sports experiences that build self-esteem and confidence, enhancing active participation in community life, and making a significant contribution to the physical and psychological health of people with disabilities.
Skills that can be learned in a youth development program and applied in other areas of life
•Cognitive (goal setting)
•Behavioral (taking turns)
•Personal (persistence)
•Social (communication
III. Social and Emotional Learning
• Self-awareness: knowing strengths &
• Self-management: stay in control &
persevere through challenges
• Social awareness: understanding &
empathizing with others
• Relationship skills: being able to work
in teams & resolve conflicts
• Responsible decision-making: making
ethical & safe choices
IV. The 5 C’s

V.Life Outcomes/Goals In school

• Academic learning outcomes
• Positive relationship with commitment
and completion
In the workplace
• people must be able to work well with
others, communicate, embrace
diversity, solve problems and act
In life
• people must be able to contribute to
thriving communities and healthy