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Welcome Back!

By Nate Hartman  |  August 9, 2017
Welcome back to the 2017-18 school year and sports seasons! Let me be an encouragement to you as you start back...

We Invite Your School to Join Us!

By Nate Hartman  |  August 9, 2017
We want to serve your teams, athlete, school, and community! We make membership super-affordable so that any school can be a part of what we're doing. Please read on to learn more about the benefits available to your school, as well as how you can join to be a member this year!

Soccer and Volleyball Championships - October 26-28, 2017

By Nate Hartman  |  August 9, 2017
This year's NCSAA Soccer and Volleyball Championships are coming up soon (October 26-28, 2017), and we are SO excited to again be holding the event at the fabulous facilities of the Athletes in Action Sports Complex (on world-class turf fields), and Cedarville University (with access to a gym with four volleyball courts that allow for a big-tournament setting). We are so excited to be settling in, this year, to a location that will provide a top-notch "home" for our fall championships for years to come!

Exciting News!

By Nate Hartman  |  October 1, 2016
What? We've LOWERED the cost of school membership?!? You bet we did!

Soccer and Volleyball Championships - October 27-29

By Nate Hartman  |  September 30, 2016
We are so excited to be taking this year's championships to Xenia, OH -- to the Athletes in Action Sports Complex and its world-class turf fields! Please join us for an exciting three days of competition, team-building, and spiritual challenge this year!

Juniors and Seniors...Don't Miss This Year's Showcase!

By Nate Hartman  |  September 29, 2016
Would you enjoy the reward of playing in a post-season showcase with players from all across the region and country? Come and join us at the second annual NCSAA Soccer and Volleyball Junior-Senior Showcase, which will be held at Geneva College (Beaver Falls, PA) on Saturday, November 5, 2016.

Why We Play

By Nate Hartman  |  October 18, 2014
"Play, especially within sport, tends to be dismissed as meaningless, worldly, and contrary to sober Christian living. On the other hand, Christians can be pulled into the idolatry of sport and leisure as an end in itself to be sought at all costs." I encourage all of you who care to struggle about sports, or struggle to care about sports, to read this article.

2013 NCSAA Basketball Championships

By Nate Hartman  |  February 24, 2013
The schedule for this year's NCSAA Division 2 and 3 Basketball Championships has been released. 43 boys' and girls' varsity teams from 12 states will converge on Erie, Pennsylvania...

NCSAA Welcomes GAACS Schools!

By Nate Hartman  |  October 4, 2012
NCSAA extends a warm welcome to the schools of the Green Apple Association of Christian Schools (based in Davie, Florida), as we partner with their association to provide new services and athletic opportunities to their schools. We're excited to have you on board and look forward to an exciting next three years!

2012-13 NCSAA Tournaments

By Nate Hartman  |  August 1, 2012
We invite your teams to participate in this year's NCSAA tournament events (dates and details provided here). Now is the time to register, so give us a call, if you're interested!

New Partnerships for the Coming Year

By Nate Hartman  |  July 31, 2012
NCSAA is excited to announce two new partnerships for the coming school year -- with ExploreChristianEducation.com and Advance Christian Schools. We hope these will be a blessing to your schools!

Member Packets Are Going Out Soon!

By Nate Hartman  |  July 30, 2012
That's right...it's nearing the time for the coming school year to begin, and here at NCSAA, we're gearing up for the new year, as well.

A Fruit of the Spirit

By Nate Hartman  |  October 17, 2011
This is the tenth in a season-long series of posts on the topic of joy, as it relates to the life and athletic pursuits of your teams. This post corresponds with Week 9: "A Fruit of the Spirit."

Requirements and Rewards

By Nate Hartman  |  October 10, 2011
This is the ninth in a season-long series of posts on the topic of joy, as it relates to the life and athletic pursuits of your teams. This post corresponds with Week 8: "Requirements and Rewards."

Joy in the Face of Sorrow?

By Nate Hartman  |  October 3, 2011
This is the eighth in a season-long series of posts on the topic of joy, as it relates to the life and athletic pursuits of your teams. This post corresponds with Week 7: "Joy in the Face of Sorrow?"

Our Crown

By Nate Hartman  |  September 26, 2011
This is the seventh in a season-long series of posts on the topic of joy, as it relates to the life and athletic pursuits of your teams. This post corresponds with Week 6: "Our Crown."

Works of the Lord

By Nate Hartman  |  September 19, 2011
This is the sixth in a season-long series of posts on the topic of joy, as it relates to the life and athletic pursuits of your teams. This post corresponds with Week 5: "Works of the Lord."

Laws That Bring Joy

By Nate Hartman  |  September 12, 2011
This is the fifth in a season-long series of posts on the topic of joy, as it relates to the life and athletic pursuits of your teams. This post corresponds with Week 4: "Laws That Bring Joy."

Yearning for Joy

By Nate Hartman  |  September 5, 2011
This is the fourth in a season-long series of posts on the topic of joy, as it relates to the life and athletic pursuits of your teams. This post corresponds with Week 3: "Yearning for Joy."

Defining Joy, Part 2

By Nate Hartman  |  August 29, 2011
This is the third in a season-long series of posts on the topic of joy, as it relates to the life and athletic pursuits of your teams. This post corresponds with Week 2: "Defining Joy, Part 2."

Defining Joy, Part 1

By Nate Hartman  |  August 23, 2011
This is the second in a season-long series of posts on the topic of joy, as it relates to the life and athletic pursuits of your teams. This post corresponds with Week 1: "Defining Joy, Part 1."

A Note to Coaches: What is Joy for an Athlete?

By Nate Hartman  |  August 22, 2011
This is the first in a season-long series of posts on the topic of joy, as it relates to the life and athletic pursuits of your teams. This first post is a note to coaches, as they begin to lead their teams in the season study.

To Win the Prize: Why Christians Should Bother to Compete

By   |  November 3, 2010
Is competition in the athletic realm (or elsewhere) something that should cause Christians concern? Is there such a thing as healthy competition? Should Christians desire to be the best? Kara Hartman examines this issue from a Biblical perspective -- one which gives any athlete, coach, or person impacted by a competitive drive cause to pause and answer the question, "For what are you competing?"

Passion in Our Play (Part 5)

By Nate Hartman  |  August 23, 2010
Passion. Stewardship. Selflessness. Excellence. Is this what marks your athletics? This is the final part (Part 5) of a five-part series exploring the imperative of excellent Christian athletics.

Passion in Our Play (Part 4)

By Nate Hartman  |  August 20, 2010
Sports as worship? Sure, but why does that usually seem so boring? This is Part 4 of a five-part series exploring the imperative of excellent Christian athletics.

Passion in Our Play (Part 3)

By Nate Hartman  |  August 18, 2010
You're an athlete. ..Does God expect you to be excellent? This is Part 3 of a five-part series exploring the imperative of excellent Christian athletics.

Passion in Our Play (Part 2)

By Nate Hartman  |  August 14, 2010
Does God want us to play? This is Part 2 of a five-part series exploring the imperative of excellent Christian athletics.

NCSAA All-American and Super-Regional Teams - 2009-10

By Nate Hartman  |  July 12, 2010
The 2009-10 NCSAA All-American and Super-Regional Teams were announced today -- featuring the nation's top players from NCSAA member schools nationwide.

Your School...Singing With the Angels?

By Nate Hartman  |  October 16, 2009
An evening ride to Wal-Mart surprised me with an early Christmas gift -- a reminder of what all of our efforts in Christian education and athletics are all about.

Establish Justice in the Gate

By Nate Hartman  |  October 12, 2009
When Christian schools focus too heavily on their own needs and survival, they neglect one of the most significant commands that God has given. In times of economic struggle, we must be faithful to this call in order to strengthen the mission of Christian education.
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