Construction began in early 2012 on CURE International’s 12th surgical teaching hospital, under construction in the Philippines on the
island of Mindanao. The hospital will provide life-changing surgery to hundreds of children with curable disabilities each year. The Tebow CURE Hospital will also contain the first international Timmy’s Playroom and a spiritual ministry center. They have raised 84% of their $700,000 funding goal from 388 givers. If you want to donate to help build this hospital, go here
By Mark Ellis
Tim Tebow speaks at Easter event
Incoming New York Jets quarterback Tim Tebow shared about his bold mix of faith and football at a massive outdoor Easter service, in which God received the glory for a career that has captivated believers throughout the country.
As many as 20,000 people sat outdoors on a sunny Resurrection Day at “Easter on the Hill” organized by Pastor Joe Champion of Celebration Church, located in Georgetown, 15 miles north of Austin.
In an interview-style format with Pastor Champion, Tebow recounted his journey of faith, kindled by the Holy Spirit at a young age. “I still remember when I was a little boy lying in my bed,” he said. “I had been to church and I had been to devotionals and all sorts of things,” he recalled.
By Mark Ellis
Manning and Tebow in 2010
The Broncos quarterback who stole the hearts of believers around the country with his bold witness for Christ on and off the field, will be traded by Denver after they finalize contract negotiations for quarterback Peyton Manning.
The legendary Indianapolis Colts QB delivered the news to Broncos vice-president of operations John Elway on Monday morning, March 19, according to ESPN. Manning also called the San Francisco 49ers and Tennessee Titans to inform them of his intent to play for Denver, ESPN reported.
By Grelan Muse Sr., Inside The Pew
Tebow with his favorite Scripture
On March 3, the Denver Broncos quarterback was the featured speaker at Canyon Ridge Christian Church in Las Vegas, Nev. Tebow’s visit attracted an audience of at least 20,000 at the church and more than 1,000 people logged in to the church’s website for a live feed of the Saturday service.
It is amazing how God uses people to build his Kingdom. Regardless of one’s attitude toward Tebow, the Almighty used this man to show how the Holy Spirit reigns forever. For years, God has used Tebow as a vessel to carry His word to the masses. He didn’t even need the blessing or permission of a bishop or apostle to do his work. When God has something to say, He beckons even the common man.
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By Tonya Whitaker
Can he play? Should he pray? What’s his future?
If you think Tebow mania is history because the Broncos will not play in Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis, guess again.
NFL Network plastered Tebow’s image in its promotion of the station’s upcoming NFL Draft coverage. Then, on Jan. 27, NBC announced programming that coincides with the 18-plus hours of Super Bowl coverage planned to run on all of its networks. The Broncos quarterback also appeared on “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon” on Feb. 1.
By Michael Foust
Tebow with John 3:16
When outspoken Christian quarterback Tim Tebow threw for 316 yards to help Denver upset favored Pittsburgh in the playoffs, millions flocked to the Internet to search for John 3:16 — so much so that the day after the game, that Bible verse was the No. 1 search on Google.
As it turns out, some of those Google searches were of eternal significance.
The Billy Graham Evangelistic Association reports that more than 150 people have made a decision to accept Christ as their Savior as a result of searching for “John 3:16″ in Google and then clicking on an advertisement for the BGEA’s PeacewithGod.net website.
By Mark Ellis
Tebow with Scripture verse in college
Tim Tebow’s electrifying overtime victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers sent Denver fans into delirium. On the very first play in overtime, Tebow’s pass to Demaryius Thomas at mid-field led to an 80-yard touchdown that clinched the game for the Broncos, 29-23.
It was the fastest overtime win in NFL history.
When the game statistics were totaled, several stats jumped out to his faith-filled fans that almost defy coincidence. Tebow had 316 total passing yards and averaged 31.6 yards per pass, which caused some to immediately think about one of Tebow’s favorite Scriptures– John 3:16.
By Tonya Whitaker, The Pew
Tebow with game face: Rom.1:16
Tim Tebow has amazed skeptics and longtime followers during this NFL season. Now, football fans will see what the Broncos quarterback and his teammates have planned for the Steelers, as Denver prepared to take on the Pittsburgh Steelers on Jan. 8 in an AFC Wild Card matchup.
While his on-the-field achievements have drummed support, more than a few stories have surfaced about how Tebow’s Christ-like persona has served as an inspiration to others.
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Tebow praying on sidelines
By Mark Ellis
It was billed as a showdown between two polar opposites in the sports world — one called a “playboy” and the other dubbed a “preacher.” The former playboy came out on top, but Denver quarterback Tim Tebow left the stadium with his faith intact.
“We kept fighting for the entire day,” Tebow told reporters after the 41-23 loss to the New England Patriots. That’s something I’m extremely proud of.”
Tebow led his team’s march down the field for an early score, and seemed sharp in his passing performance, but three turnovers in the second quarter proved to be an insurmountable obstacle to another win.
By Mark Ellis
As Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Bebow led his team to another improbable come-from-behind win against Chicago, not many realized he wore a microphone throughout the game that recorded a rare glimpse of his unusual faith.
Before the start of the game, he knelt on the sidelines in his trademark pose and uttered this prayer: “Lord, put a wall of protection around me and my teammates today. When we go out there let us honor you with everything we do and say. I love you. In Jesus name, amen.”
As he warmed up on the sidelines, Tebow sang: “Our God is an awesome God, He reigns from heaven above, with wisdom…”