The thrill of victory, the agony of defeat...this drama is lived out daily in sporting arenas all across the U.S. —as well as in the everyday lives of America ’s men. In The Zone , a groundbreaking new live event coming to churches across the nation meets men at the intersection of faith and sports, a common language that many men speak.
Taking a cue from popular talk shows such as “Pardon the Interruption,” “NFL Primetime,” “College Football Game Day” and “NBA Halftime,” In The Zone produces a forum for “anything goes” conversation—a peppery mix of guy talk about family, marriage, work and their relationship with Jesus Christ. It is full of strong opinions and fast-paced media mixed with ESPN-style music. Creating an atmosphere much like a locker room with coaches laying out the big game plan. In The Zone engages men in a spiritual discussion about how to become the spiritual leader of their families. It’s real guys discussing real issues and how to become a better follower of Christ, husband, father, friend and worker.thing goes” conversation—a peppery mix of sports talk, strong opinions and fast-paced media mixed with ESPN-style music. Creating an atmosphere much like a locker room with coaches laying out the big game plan, In The Zone engages men in a spiritual discussion of life and faith. It’s real guys discussing real issues, such as, “How do you climb the ladder of success while staying connected to your wife, kids and faith?”
Men seeking to understand their role as the spiritual leader of their family.
Men who want to improve their skills and confidence in raising Godly children.
Men who want to experience a solid Chrisian marriage.
Men who are overwhelmed by the magnitude of their responsibilites and discouraged by the culture that is infiltrating their family.
Men who want to be an influencer for Christ in the workplace.
Men desiring to be active feet on the ground for Jesus. er for Christ in the workplace Men desiring to be ac<ve feet on the ground for Jesus
The energy and excitement of ESPN, the everyday humor of Jeff Foxworthy, and the candor and transparency of a football game film review.
Ani intimate conversation with your best friends.
A fast paced 2 1⁄2 hours packed with Biblical wisdom, infectous humor and untold stories of some of America’s most famous sports personalities.
Topics to be discussed include: fatherhood, dealing with and understanding women, demonstrating your faith at work, and living your life In The Zone—God’s Zone. rstanding women, demonstra<ng your faith at work, and living your life In The Zone—God’s Zone
How many of the greatest sports and business celebrities in the world deal with the same problems you deal with in raising a family, understanding women and standing firm as a Christian.
How to bring out the best in their family while creating an example for their children to follow.
How to avoid the many temptations men are faced with in the world today.
How to identify and build relationships with likeminded Christian friends.
How to become the true spiritual leader of your family.
How to build a legacy even at an young age. ow to build a legacy even at an young age
Most men seem to love sports. It is seen as the common language today. Look at GameDay as an opportunity for your members to invite men who are not familiar with what God has to offer to them. This will be a non- threatening, casual, friendly event where unchurched men can make solid friends, and hear the Word from regular guys and many of the sports celebrities they admire. ity for your members to invite men who are not familiar with what God has to offer to them. This will be a non- threatening, casual, friendly event where unchurched men can make solid friends, and hear the Word from regular guys and many of the sports celebri<es they admire.
We encourage you to avoid the mistake of waiting until a couple of months prior to the event to let men in the community know it is coming. Men are not impulsive at attending events, and many do tend to wait to the last minute to act. Excitement builds when the event is promoted with lots of advance notice and also provides you with the greatest opportunity for an early “fullhouse”. Build your team now, and make your plans. Get your church and community involved.
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ANDY PETTITTE ON HIS WALK WITH CHRIST
ALLEN HOUSTON ON BEING A CHRISTIAN FATHER
NASCAR'S JD GIBBS ON FAITH
PAUL BYRD ON BEING A CHRISTIAN