Changing the world through sports

Over the years, we've been blessed to serve some amazing people. Click below for testimonies of student-athletes and/or coaches who's lives have been touched by our ministry.

The name 925 comes from a passage in the Bible: 

1 Corinthians 9:25.

"Everyone who competes in the games goes into strict training. They do it to get a crown that will not last, but we do it to get a crown that will last forever."

At the time that was written, Corinth hosted the second largest competitive games in the world. More than 2000 years later, our world is still heavily influenced by sports in every aspect of society. Our aim is to see athletes not only transformed by the gospel, but to equip them to be leaders and change agents on their team, campus and in the world.




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athletes & coaches



Myssi Brown

Former professional & collegiate athlete. Ministering to student-athletes at KSU. 

Luke Wood

Character Development Assistant & FCA campus director at Kennesaw State.

925 Athletic Ministries, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit, charitable organization registered with the IRS and the State of Georgia.  

All gifts and contributions are tax deductible. 

Sterling Brown

President, Executive Director. Kennesaw State campus director. 

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Feature testimonial

Steve Tamborra 

Player development coach, Georgia Tech 925 campus director.

Because we are committed to leader development, many of our former student-athletes who have graduated are making a splash in the world.  Click here to find out what's going on in the world through 925.  

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Why 925?

What's in a name...


925 allowed me to connect with people who I could truly relate to and the leaders were able to help me to connect to something so much bigger and deeper than just being an athlete...  

Click below to read the rest of her story.