As outspoken Christian quarterback Tim Tebow played in his first NFL game in almost two years Sunday afternoon, the 28-year-old was greeted with a loud standing ovation. He later ran for a touchdown in the fourth quarter of the Eagles' 36-10 victory.
Tebow last played in August of 2013 when he was signed with the New England Patriots, but was later released after a rough preseason. After Tebow signed with the Eagles during the offseason, Philly fans were eager to show their excitement to have the former Florida Gator standout on their roster.
As fellow Christian quarterback Mark Sanchez got the nod to start the Eagles first preseason game of the 2015 season against the Indianapolis Colts, Tebow finally entered into the contest midway through the third quarter, and was greeted by the crowd at Lincoln Financial Field with a standing ovation. more >>
Christian NFL player Tim Tebow's CURE Hospital is glorifying God while celebrating its medical teams' ability to perform 100 surgeries in less than a year.
The Tebow CURE Hospital in Davao City, Philippines, opened its doors last December, and has been working to provide care to low income children with critical orthopedic needs. The hospital has partnered with Christian organization CURE International to perform 100 surgeries since its opening, which is being showcased on the Tim Tebow Foundation website.
"The Tebow CURE Hospital is the result of years of planning, building, and praying without ceasing. After opening its doors in December, we are so excited to announce that we recently admitted our 100th patient for surgery," reads a statement from the foundation. more >>
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback and prominent Christian athlete Tim Tebow spoke to a crowd of more than 2,000 Christians Saturday at God's Purpose for America, an event to encourage individuals to stand up for Judeo-Christian values. Tebow urged the gathering of believers at Middle Tennessee State University to help others by standing up and acting for God in their lives.
"What's amazing when you get up and do something is what God does in your life," Tebow told the crowd, according to The Daily News Journal. "We just have to get up and do something."
Tebow referred to himself as a "Christian who happens to be an athlete," and said that his faith always comes first in his life. more >>
Tim Tebow would be a welcome addition to the Duggar family, if you ask Ben Seewald.
Tebow, the 27-year-old evangelical Christian football star turned SEC college football analyst, was linked to popular Christian reality television stars the Duggar family last year, after reports surfaced that Jim Bob Duggar would like the athlete to date his daughter Jana. Although the pair have never met, 19-year-old Seewald wouldn't mind seeing the fictional reports become factual.
Seewald is married to the third daughter in the Duggar family, 22-year-old Jessa, who appears with the rest of her siblings and parents in the TLC hit reality television show "19 Kids & Counting." more >>
Tim Tebow has been asked to host a "Night of Inspiration" to benefit autistic children in Louisiana and their families later this spring.
The Night of Inspiration will take place in April at the Lake Charles Civic Center in Louisiana and will raise funds to benefit autism organizations in southwest Louisiana and McNeese athletics. Tebow, the 27-year-old evangelical Christian football star-turned-SEC college football analyst, will participate in a question-and-answer session and speak about his football career, childhood and Christian faith, according to The Orange Leader.
The publication also revealed that Tebow will host a youth football clinic on the day before the Night of Inspiration event, with players from the McNeese Cowboys football team. The event is sponsored by The Investor's Group of Louisiana and MaciFest, which is named after 11-year old Maci Fontenot. more >>
Kirstie Alley revealed that her children have joined the Church of Scientology, following in the actress' footsteps after a recent tragedy.
The "Fat Actress" star shares two children – Lillie, 20, and William, 22, with ex-husband Parker Stevenson. During a Sirius XM interview with Howard Stern on Monday, Alley said her children decided to become Scientologists- something that has helped the family cope with the death of Lillie's fiancé, Nick Trela, who was killed in a motorcycle accident last November.
"It was their choice," the actress said of her children joining the Church of Scientology. "It really helped them a lot so that's good." more >>