Jordan Richards, New England Patriots defensive back

“This year our chaplain has encouraged us to be glory reflectors—at the end of the day the real champion is Jesus.”

Jordan Richards, New England Patriots defensive back
Reflecting the Glory to God


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Showing Others the Love of Christ

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His Dependence on God

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Surrendering to God

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Video footage courtesy of Jess Stainbrook, an Outreach magazine consulting editor and chief entertainment officer at The Faith and Family Sports Programming Network. He is also the executive producer of Seven Days in Utopia. For the past 12 years Jess Stainbrook and his creative team have produced content around the Super Bowl that highlights positive role models, but with a deep faith component. Since 2006, they have sought to change the way sports stories are told, taking viewers behind the scenes with athletes, coaches and other entertainment personalities, both on and off the field or stage.

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