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9,999 Steps

Posted by: Amy in Sports

Tagged in: sports , meaning , football , accident

Baron Batch learned to raise himself from a young age and gave himself to football and starting playing for West Tech. But what happens when all that you knew in life is gone? Watch this motivational video as Baron tells of his inspirational life story of how losing his identity led to his revelation in Christ.

Broadcasting Cancer

Posted by: Amy in Illness

Tagged in: football , cancer

Tamara Jolee is the host of "The Show," and "Friday Football Fever," a high school football show. Right after school she found success after success, but never expected what the doctors told in 2009. Watch this motivational video as Tamara tells her inspirational life story of how her battle with cancer is made easier with Jesus.

Fighting For Fame, Fortune & Respect

Posted by: Amy in Sports

Tagged in: sports , purpose , professionals , marriage , football , depression , anger , addiction

For more than 20 years Ken Shamrock fought in the ring and out for fame, fortune, and respect. But after all the kicks, punches, and submissions, he's found a new reason to fight. Watch this motivational video to hear Ken's inspirational life story.

Pro Wrestler Finds True Strength

Posted by: Amy in Sports

Tagged in: success , sports , professionals , prison , football , depression , addiction , accident

Lex Luger, born Larry Pfoh, started his career in professional football but his almost instant rise to fame came when he became a professional wrestler. Watch this motivational video as Lex describes the double life that ended him in prison and how he discovered real strength in Christ.

A Steelers' Joy

Posted by: Amy in Sports

Tagged in: sports , professionals , football , faith , anger

   After being drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers, Aaron Smith was at the point in his life he had dream of being since he was a kid. Along the way he dealt with divorced parents, a strained relationship with his father and eventually the death of his father. Still Aaron felt something was missing; it was his wife who found it first. Watch this motivational video as Aaron tells his inspirational life story, and about his life after his discovery of faith. 

Football Player Loses Macho Image

Posted by: Amy in Sports

Roy Simmons has a promising football career that started with being drafted by the New York Giants. But his life story is full of abuse, drug addiction, prostitution, and HIV. Watch this motivational video about Roy's inspirational story as he talks about the lows in his life, his discovery of being HIV positive, and the conversion that brought him peace.

Rams, Giants & Jesus

Posted by: Amy in Sports

Tagged in: success , sports , professionals , marriage , football

  Kurt Warner has played as a quarterback for NFL teams such as the St. Louis Rams, New York Giants and the Arizona Cardinals. But life hasn't always come easy for one of the NFL's biggest stars. Watch this inspirational video as Kurt and his wife tell the story of their journey of faith.

The Tamed Bull

Posted by: lifestory in Sports

The Tamed Bull


John "Bull" Bramlett was the best at what he did, and what he did best was hurt people. He hurt
strangers. He hurt friends. He hurt his wife and two sons. Most of all, he hurt himself.

1994 NFC Coach of the Year

Posted by: lifestory in Sports

Dave Wannstedtby Dave Wannstedt

Dave and his wife tell of how they’ve dealt with the many struggles and pressures of life in the NFL. In 1992, with Dave Wannstedt as Defensive Coordinator, the Dallas Cowboys defeated the Buffalo Bills to win Super Bowl XXVll. A few days later, Dave was named the head coach of the Chicago Bears. In his second year, he was honored as the NFC’s Coach of the Year.

Today, as the head coach for the University of Pittsburgh Panthers, Dave is as passionate about life as he is about coaching.

4x Superbowl Coach

Posted by: lifestory in Sports

Tagged in: racing , Life Story Published , football , coach

Joe Gibbsby Joe Gibbs

"Joe takes off in the ball game and he drops back. Now when you're that far away from the goal line nobody plays man to man defense. Everybody drops straight back. Well, one lineman went man to man with Joe Washington who we were going to throw the screen pass to and Joe Thiesman goes back and throws the prettiest screen pass in the world to the Raider linebacker who scored that day. Remember I told you I was a pretty smart guy in Washington? The next day in the Washington post I was called a buffoon. That's got to hurt..." 

"I'm fifty-two years old and my dad passed away at seventy-two. How much longer do I have? How am I investing my life? What are some of the things that I might be sorry for when it comes to that time when I realize that I don't have much longer to live myself. It's caused me to really think. It's been a good time but a sad time. It's caused me to really evaluate my life. I got to tell you guys, I've wasted some of the years of my life. I think the question becomes what am I going to do with the rest of the years I have."

 > Read or Listen to Joe Gibbs’ Life Story


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