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Ready Set Go

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Next November 10-17 in Orlando, and May 19-22, 2016 in a TBC location in Europe we will see, God willing over 250 people from city and country teams from over 30 European nations be equipped with the ReadySetGo review concept. The next 3 years, our plan at ECSU is to multiply disciple-making (READY) to impact 460 cities with a population of over 100,000. Raise up, serve and train (SET) local leaders to grow the delivery of sports mission. To sustainable and indigenous led (GO) sports mission delivered in every European nation.

ECSU Gathering 2015

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Last May 28-31, over 160 people from almost every European country made the ECSU GATHERING 2015 at Bobbio Pellice (Piamonte, Italy) can witness of how ENGAGING, ENCOURAGING and EQUIPPING was our time together and inspiring to keep going and making disciples in every country for Christ in the world of sport and play.

Myanmar and the SEA Games

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Jessie Starrenburg (AIA Spain staff in Barcelona from Holland) and Ruben Fernandez (AIA West Europe Coordinator) where the last relay of a team of 22 which have worked invited by Myanmar Ministry of Sports to work at their national training facility (Gold Camp) with over 700 of their best teams and athlete and coaches since last February until June. A few of our coaches have completed this project phase with the Myanmar delegation at the SEA Games in Singapore.

Welcome

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Welcome to the Western European website of Athletes in Action. Here you’ll find information about us, as well as information about getting involved with us and our projects. Athletes in Action is a global movement of people with a passion for sport,…

Athletics Tour Tenerife 2015

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I have traveled to the land of the living dead. People crowd the streets, talking and laughing joyfully, fully consumed with beauty that defines the island. Yet, despite noticing such exterior fulfillment among Tenerifan locals, it is heartbreaking to experience a culture so spiritually desolate

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