Faith and Football at Super Bowl 53

Tony Dungy: “As much as the Super Bowls can be fun, it can’t be your whole life. You gotta put the Lord first.”

FSPN in partnership with Mike Barber Ministries presents this year’s look behind the scenes at the Super Bowl 53 in Atlanta featuring conversations with players and coaches about Faith, Family and Football.

Explore More About Faith and Football from Last Year’s Coverage of Super Bowl 52:

Zach Ertz, Philadelphia Eagles tight end, and Wife Julie »
Faith and Marriage

Carson Wentz, Philadelphia Eagles quarterback »
Witnessing Through His Knee Injury

Matthew Slater, New England Patriots wide receiver »
Showing Others the Love of Christ

Geneo Grissom, New England Patriots offensive lineman »
His Dependence on God

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

Trey Burton, Philadelphia Eagles tight end »
Surrendering to God

Super Bowl-Sized Faith: Beyond the Typical Nod to God »
Super Bowl MVP Nick Foles and other Super Bowl 52 players discuss the real-life faith that animates them, whether they win or lose.

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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