College Basketball Day of Prayer

Join us in praying for coaches, athletes, and the game of basketball.

March 1, 2023

Please join us for the 3rd Annual

College Basketball Day of Prayer

A message from Tommy Kyle…

What is the College Basketball Day of Prayer?

Nations of Coaches recognizes the timing and the pressure on collegiate basketball coaches and athletes to see the hard work of their season payoff in the month of March.

The relentless hours paired with high expectations and unknowing endings await them throughout those 31 days. That is why in 2021, we established a day to encourage and cover every coach, from every background, in every division, on every team, along with their families, staff, and players with prayer. This inaugural prayer event reached over 1,400 people with repeat views throughout the year, and reached 1,000 in 2022.

What are we focusing our prayers on?

Coaches – for peace under the pressure of the season, understanding their roles in leading the next generation, alignment of their goals with God’s goals, and maintaining the values of integrity & character

Coaches’ Marriages/Families – to prioritize faith and family, to have peace in unknown schedules while coach is away from home, and to have trust in God’s plan during possible transitions and reloactions

Student Athletes – To know God and see their true identity, keep safe from injury, and to have wisdom to make the right decisions at the end of the season (stay, transfer, be done)

The Game of Basketball – First and foremost to bring glory to God, provide student athletes a safe and healthy experience, and to raise them up with discipline, perseverence, and joy


How can you partner with us on this day?

Nations of Coaches desires to cover coaches, families, and athletes with many prayers on March 1st.

Would you be willing to come alongside us and pray?

This is optional, but we’d love to hear that you’re willing to commit a moment on this day to pray by hitting the RSVP button below:

College Basketball Day of Prayer Playlist