Game day
is a
call to worship

John has helped over 500 athletes celebrate over 25 years

John Levis, Founder

helping coaches understand the pursuit of excellence on the field or court as their daily act of worship

  • Education
    Eastern University logo

    Master’s in Business Administration

    Eastern University (2007)

    Eastern University logo

    B.S. in Health and Physical Education

    Wheaton College (1996)

  • 42+ years | Christ Follower | Becoming a Christian at a young age has been, is and will be the most important decision in John’s life. It is the relationship that also provides the lens by which we can see everything.
  • 25+ years | Husband and Father | John and his wife Kristen live in Newtown Square, Pennsylvania and have three children. Alison is a senior at Wheaton College, Cole is beginning his freshman year at Gordon College, and Matthew is entering 9th grade and is super excited to spend the next four years alone with his parents.
  • 25+ years | Coach | John has coached all levels and ages of athletes from youth through college. He resurrected the Eastern University Men’s Lacrosse program 2006 after helping coach the Marple Newtown Boys Lacrosse team to the state semifinals and the last two years has coached the boys soccer team at Delaware County Christian School to the District Finals for the second and third time in school history.
  • 10 years | Competitive Athlete | Growing up John played competitive soccer, tennis, basketball, baseball, football and lacrosse. As a college athlete, John played basketball and lacrosse at Wheaton College.
  • 22+ years | Young Life Staff | John started a Young Life ministry at Marple Newtown High School that had a regular attendance of 150 students for the weekly outreach event, Club. John also spent three years teaching the Leadership Training Course in partnership with the scholarship program at Eastern University.
  • 9 years | Corporate World | John has spent his time in the corporate world working in the areas of marketing, sales and project management. The transferrable nature of the skills in athletics has been instrumental in John’s corporate success.
  • 7 years | College Administrator | John served as an Assistant Director of Admissions and the Director of Advancement for the Templeton Honors College at Eastern University. His time was spent in recruiting, marketing, and fundraising as the Honors College went through branding, doubled its size, founded an institute, and built a global recruiting presence.
Portrait photo of John Levis
John Levis
John Levis with their family
The Levis Family (from left) Alison, Kristen, John, Matthew, and Cole
The level of my growth in grace is revealed by the way I look at obedience. We should have a much higher view of the word obedience, rescuing it from the mire of the world.Oswald Chambers


Partnering with athletic departments and coaches to worship God through sports


For coaches to see the act of coaching, the pursuit of success, and the mentoring of athletes as acts of worship to the Creator. The joy in this work is that of a composer creating masterpieces as unto the Lord.

John is an effective coach who clearly understands the hearts of students and how to apply the hope of Jesus through sport to them. He is insightful and thought provoking, helping you to think deeply about your philosophy, vision, and mission as a coach. He helps put language to your values and passion. He is someone you want on your team.”
Boys’ Soccer Coach, Second Baptist School

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