Keep the dream alive–a great Super Bowl halftime evangelistic video. Abraham Wright was a standout at the University of Colorado. His childhood dream of playing professional football came true when he was selected by the Miami Dolphins in the 2007 NFL draft.
In this DVD outreach video, Wright talks about the thrill of living out a childhood dream amidst all the temptations and pressures that come with it. He stresses the most important reality was the “dream” that he discovered God had for him, not the dream he had made for himself.
Along with a personal testimony, Wright presents a clear explanation of the Gospel, making this video a great evangelistic tool and Super Bowl outreach resource. Use the video during halftime of your Super Bowl party or during a men’s breakfast, at a sports banquet or any other fellowship event.
Keep The Dream Alive
with Abraham Wright
Is it okay for churches to have Super Bowl parties?
Absolutely. NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said the league will no longer object to “live showings — regardless of screen size — of the Super Bowl” by religious organizations, reported The Washington Post. ESPN also wrote an article entitled, “Report: NFL OKs churches showing Super Bowl on big screens.”