In the second part of his interview with Renaldo Wynn, Tyler Brayton shares about his struggles with uncertainty as a free agent and his future as a father and racing as well as how the Lord has worked in his life in the past and present through his new bracket racing ministry.
In the first segment of the Game Plan for Life interview with former Oakland Raider and Carolina Panther Tyler Brayton, he shares stories about his time at the Oakland Raiders. Brayton includes stories about Al Davis’ involvement with the team while he was there. He also discusses his time with the Carolina Panthers and his passion for bracket racing.
Rico Tice, creator of Christianity Explored, visited Joe Gibbs Racing. While here, he discussed 1 Thess. 1:10 about Jesus who rescues us from the coming wrath. He compares this warning to a danger sign warning swimmers of sharks in the water. Each person has to decide if the sign is there to protect him, or to ruin his day. Tice shares why he believes the sign is here to help us.
Game Plan for Life and Renaldo Wynn got the opportunity to talk with Jim Noble a North Carolina chef and restaurant owner. Noble owns several restaurants in the Charlotte and Winston Salem area, including King’s Kitchen, a non-profit restaurant. King’s Kitchen is located in Uptown Charlotte and provides work for individuals struggling to get back on their feet. The restaurant also serves as a location for Bible studies and other services. You can learn more about King’s Kitchen at KingsKitchen.org and about Jim’s ministry at RestoringPlace.org.
Renaldo Wynn got the opportunity to talk with Rusty LaRue at a recent Game Plan for Life event. The two discussed competition, the Chicago Bulls, sports and faith.