Full interviews from the weekly Sharing the Victory Radio Program.
Bobby Bowden with Ron Brown
Florida State head football coach Bobby Bowden shares his whit and wisdom regarding his more than 50 years of coaching college football.
Florida Gators quarterback Tim Tebow discusses his faith in Christ.
Three-time Super Bowl champion and Air Force pilot Chad Hennings celebrates Independence Day with Ron Brown.
Former Super Bowl champion coach Tony Dungy talks about life after retirement from the NFL.
Bible teacher Chip Ingram describes what it means to be an authentic Christian athlete or coach.
TNT Sports broadcaster Ernie Johnson talks about he came to faith in Christ at age 41 and how the Lord has helped him in his battle with cancer.
Basketball legend David Robinson talks about how Christ changed his life and what life is like for him after basketball.
American soccer star Chris Klein, of the L.A. Galaxy, discusses his faith in Christ.
Ann Bowden, wife of Florida State head football coach Bobby Bowden, talks very fondly of her love and support for Bobby and for her sons who have all been involved in football. She gives a very honest, vulnerable and emotional ...
Katharyn Richt, wife of Georgia head football coach Mark Richt, talks about adoption. About 10 years ago, she and Mark adopted two children from the Ukraine. She draws some wonderful parallels to how we as Christians have been adopted into ...
Chris Steckel, wife of FCA President Les Steckel, is filled with all kinds of wisdom. She talks about how she handled moving her family 12 different times during her husband's coaching career.nbsp; She also discusses what she learned from her ...
Nashville Predators goalie Dan Ellis discusses the challenges and opportunities of being a Christ-follower in the NHL.
Sam Houston State head baseball coach Mark Johnson talks about how the Bible shapes his life as a motivator and coach.
Pastor, popular speaker and former football player Ken Hutcherson talks about a number of different issues concerning the Christian Life.
Former North Carolina State women's basketball coach Kay Yow, who passed away on January 24, 2009 after a long battle with cancer, gives an inspirational speech at an FCA Breakfast during the 2008 Final Four.