Christian Athlete Tim Tebow Says Stop Idolizing Sports
Anyone excited about the Super Bowl?
This year the Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos go head-to-head for the championship title, Feb. 7. With both teams housing amazing athletes such as Cam Newton (Carolina) and Peyton Manning (Broncos) their diehard fans can expect a great game.
Former Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow reminds us not to turn 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?”
“In the end, football is just a silly game. Greatness comes from serving,” Tebow told a crowd of students at a Liberty University convocation in 2013. “You want to be great? Be a servant. You want to be great? Humble yourself.”
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