Tim Tebow rose to fame as a student athlete in high school, but he is advising teenagers that they need to have other priorities in life.
"You are changing other people's lives for better or worse, every day," the NFL quarterback-turned-SEC college football analyst told high school students Monday, according to Greenville News. "Be bigger than sports. Don't just be an athlete — be more than an athlete."
Tebow, 28, spoke to students receiving awards Monday evening at the Greenville News' Upstate Sports Awards program that took place at Greenville, South Carolina's TD Convention Center. While many of the 220 high school athletes in attendance were probably looking forward to higher education that involved further developing their athletic career, Tebow made it clear that the opportunity to play sports doesn't last long. more >>
Christian football star Tim Tebow said he's leaving open the possibility of holding public office at some point in his life.
Tebow, a 28-year-old former Heisman Trophy winner and NFL quarterback who is revered in the Christian community and in the state of Florida, was asked about whether or not he has any political aspirations during an interviewwith Ainsley Earhardt on "Fox and Friends" Tuesday.
As Tebow's professional football career has struggled to gain traction in recent years, having not played in a regular season NFL game since the 2012, Earhardt asked the college football analyst whether he would eventually step into the political arena. more >>
Tim Tebow might be considering a move to Canada to pursue his dream of playing professional football.
Tebow, 28, won the Heisman trophy in 2007 as a University of Florida quarterback but has since struggled to find his place in the NFL. The devout Christian athlete last played in a regular season game with the New York Jets in 2012 before being picked up by the New England Patriots in 2013 where he was released before the regular season. He suffered the same fate with the Philadelphia Eagles last year.
Now, his former University of Florida coach Urban Meyer said he and Tebow are speaking about the QB playing in Canada. more >>
While Tim Tebow is known more for sharing his Christian faith than his private life, the NFL hopeful has told Ellen DeGeneres everything he's looking for in a dating partner and future spouse.
During a segment on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" Wednesday, Tebow told the daytime talk show host that he was atill single, which led the audience to errupt in cheers.
After DeGeneres asked the 28-year-old SEC analyst what he was looking for in a partner, he sheepishly responded: "Obviously, someone that I'm extremely attracted to. But I think there has to be more there, there has to be depth, you know. You have to have similar beliefs, you have to have chemistry, character. But there has to be something more than just glitz and glamour." more >>
Tim Tebow rose to fame as a college football star, but he is not shying away from warning others about turning high profile athletes and sports into idols.
"We choose to idolize certain things, and love certain things," Tebow said while speaking at a benefit for the Cancer Wellness Foundation of Central Alabama. "I'm not saying it's wrong to love sports, I love them as much as anybody. But do we choose to really see what matters?"
As a speaker at the Montgomery, Alabama, benefit called "The Journey Continues" Tebow invited three "wish girls" battling cancer to join him. Instead of focusing on celebrities, the athlete-turned-college football analyst spoke about how "messed up" it was that people were not honoring those trying to overcome cancer. more >>
Everyone deserves a moment in the spotlight and New Jersey-based Liquid Church intends to provide that shining moment for those with special needs during its participation in the upcoming Night to Shine prom event.
Liquid Church hosted the special prom for the first time this year and it was such a great experience that the church plans to expand host locations for the next prom on Feb. 12, 2016.
"We're totally excited about hosting it again [next] year — so much so that we're expanding it to five different locations on the same night to be able to invite [the] most guests across the state," said Liquid Church Online Pastor Kenny Jahng to The Christian Post last Thursday. Those five locations include Morristown, Mountainside, New Brunswick, Nutley and Somerville. more >>