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June 15, 2012
Tebow, who is neither a father nor a preacher, is going to be preaching a Father's Day sermon at the Charger's Stadium this Sunday, and everyone will love it—and it will, obviously, drive us all to tears ...
Mike Rogers commented…
I'm sure he will be handsomely rewarded, if not in the next life, certainly in this one.
But he does have plenty of experience to teach about leadership. The sermon isn't about teaching how to be a father if you read the article. Why must you try to make fun of someone who is doing something good?
The expression of Father's Day is about people showing their appreciation for the fathers in and around their lives. From what I've read he has a great father, and is more likely the reason Tebow is who he is today. Fathers don't need to hear from other fathers on that day. They need to hear from everyone else. Just my take anyway.