Friday, March 09, 2007

Coaching the Game of Life: Tony Dungy and Lovie Smith

Peace and blessings,




This past superbowl, although it was not high-scoring (some may have even considered it "slow") and "dry"), I enjoyed it for a couple of reasons. For one, I just wanted to see a relatively close game, and although it wasn't a high-excitement, high-scoring game, it was one of those "grind-it-out" type games that are ultimately decided by good coaching and/or a couple of big plays. More importantly, I enjoyed this superbowl because of what it represented. On one end, this was the first super bowl where two African American coaches were competing for the prize. On another end, this was the first super bowl that I have watched, where both of the coaches explicitly shared their faith in Jesus Christ. For more information, check out these videos of the coaches talking about their faith, and the important role it plays in their lives. Take care and speekonit...





2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks Big Bro, for sharing this video. It so much encourage me to put Jesus in the center of my life, whether it be personal or professional. Hearing what the coaches have to say ministered to me in a lot of ways. It also brought encouragement! Once again, thanks Buddy for putting this up! :)

Thoughtz said...

No prob, thanks again for the love...