If you missed seeing Joe Gibbs on CNN, here is the link. “Winning, by God. Joe Gibbs’ third act: Evangelist” follows Gibbs’ life through the highs and lows and discusses his decision to follow God and to encourage others going through life’s difficulties.
Renaldo Wynn and George McGovern, chaplain for the New York Giants and New York Yankees, discuss some of the challenges and fears that both professional athletes and everyone else face. McGovern shares how fears like failure can be resolved through faith in Christ.
Join Renaldo Wynn as he discusses what it is like to go through preseason cuts as a player. He also shares his personal experience with being cut from a team, and how it helped him to reevaluate his purpose in life.
Recently, Game Plan for Life had the opportunity to speak with Tim Brown, a former wide receiver with Los Angeles/Oakland Raiders. Brown grew up going to church with his mother in Dallas, TX. After playing football in high school, Brown continued his career as a receiver at the University of Notre Dame. While at Notre Dame, Brown made the College Football All-America team twice and became the first wide receiver to earn a Heisman Trophy. After graduating from Notre Dame, the Los Angeles Raiders selected Brown as the 6th pick for the 1988 NFL Draft. He was voted to the Pro Bowl nine times during his professional career. Brown played with the Raiders for 16 years and went on to play with the Buccaneers one year before he retired. He became eligible for the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2010.
During our conversation with Brown, he shared about his life growing up, the struggles that he faced with his Christian walk throughout college and his career, stories from his time with the Raiders, and some advice for those who desire to serve the Lord but are facing challenges similar to his own.