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Wes Neal

Founder

Institute for Athletic Perfection

Institute for Athletic Perfection

Background Information

Employment History

Member, Staff
Campus Crusade for Christ

Athletic Staff
Campus Crusade for Christ

Affiliations

Founder
Champions

Web References (16 Total References)


Personal Pressbreak Program

www.basketball4all.net [cached]

by Wes Neal

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EDITOR'S NOTE: For seven years Wes served on the athletic staff of Campus Crusade for Christ, International. He traveled on the first Christian weightlifting team, with Athletes in Action, then headed up the field staff working with coaches across America. In 1975 he founded the Institute for Athletic Perfection, and later Champions of Excellence, an organization that develops biblically-based resources for coaches and athletes. He is considered the pioneer in developing resources that relate the Bible to improving athletic performance. Wes has consulted with hundreds of coaches and athletes throughout America, and is a featured speaker at athletic conferences. He and his wife live in Branson, Missouri, where they raised their two daughters. http://www.tothenextlevel.org Copyright © 2000-2004, TTNL Sports Network Journey of Dreams by Wes Neal


Wes Neal

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ABOUT WES NEAL

Wes, the developer of this website, is the founder of both Champions of Excellence and Christlike Living Ministries, and, since 1975, has been directing both organizations.Before that, for seven years, he served on the staff of Campus Crusade for Christ.
For two of those years with CCC, he traveled on the first evangelical weightlifting team, and for another two years he directed the Athletes in Action field staff, coordinating the work with coaches.
Wes is a Bible teacher and conference speaker with an emphasis on the life of Jesus.For several years, he has had a ministry to coaches across America, and in different parts of the world, via a biblically-based daily e-mail called Tip of the Day.
Wes also conducts The Sunday Happening, a non-denominational service for tourists in Branson, Missouri each Sunday.
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About Wes Neal


The first is Wes Neal. When I ...

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The first is Wes Neal. When I was in high school, our congregation got its first intern. Interns are young men and women between their second and third years of seminary who spend a year getting real life experience in a church before their final year of preparation to be a pastor. They are usually really wonderful people, a bit wet behind the ears, who often show signs of having recently spent too many hours in libraries and not enough out in the sun. That was our low level of expectation in the youth group when we heard that an intern named Wesley was coming to lead us the following year - and so we were absolutely not prepared for the arrival of Wes Neal, an exuberant body builder and weight lifter who drove a shiny red Corvette - the kind with the white scoop in the side - and had connections with people in Hollywood. Unbelievable.

Wes was an enthusiastic Christian who was with us for just a year, but it was a galvanizing year in which God used him to open our eyes to the Gospel and the possibilities of what God can do in young lives. He ended up joining the staff of Campus Crusade for Christ, was on their weight lifting team, and started a group called Athletes in Action. Over the years, I lost track of Wes, but ten days ago, while we were in Columbus, Ohio, we tracked him down. I recognized him in an instant - the same dynamism, the same light-up-the-room smile. But there were also the crutches.
A couple of you St Tim's members are former weight lifters and have told me about discovering the hard way how bad weight lifting can be for the body. Twenty-year-olds think they're indestructible and all that. But what struck me about Wes and his crutches was the complete lack of feeling sorry for himself. No time for that. He's still a disciple, still a Bible teacher and conference speaker, still enthusiastically writing Christian books on athletics and coaching - and Judy and I came away from that meeting energized, with the same sense of challenge and enthusiasm that I remember from 45 years ago. No ordinary life.


Wes Neal, a former A-I-A, ...

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Wes Neal, a former A-I-A, founded the Institute for Athletic Perfection, which applied biblical principles in athletic manuals for coaches and players.


Personal Pressbreak Program

www.basketball4all.homestead.com [cached]

by Wes Neal

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EDITOR'S NOTE: For seven years Wes served on the athletic staff of Campus Crusade for Christ, International.He traveled on the first Christian weightlifting team, with Athletes in Action, then headed up the field staff working with coaches across America.In 1975 he founded the Institute for Athletic Perfection, and later Champions of Excellence, an organization that develops biblically-based resources for coaches and athletes.He is considered the pioneer in developing resources that relate the Bible to improving athletic performance.Wes has consulted with hundreds of coaches and athletes throughout America, and is a featured speaker at athletic conferences.He and his wife live in Branson, Missouri, where they raised their two daughters.
http://www.tothenextlevel.orgCopyright © 2000-2004, TTNL Sports Network
Journey of Dreamsby Wes Neal

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