Church Super Bowl Outreach Videos
Make this year’s halftime life-changing.
Over 65,000 first time commitments to Jesus Christ have been made through Power To Win events.
The 2016 edition features Thomas Davis, a 10-year NFL veteran and outside linebacker for the Carolina Panthers.
A church and community outreach tool
Power To Win is an unparalleled ministry tool, featuring testimonies from current NFL players who share their love for Christ. Your Super Bowl party can use the power of faith and football to deliver Christ’s message during halftime. Just as the players prepare to take on the second half with a renewed spirit, you can invite others to consider their own lives – and perhaps embark on a new journey for their personal “second half”. Existing believers and newcomers alike will hear a powerful testimony of how the Gospel became the center of these players lives and conclude with a call to Christ. This season’s Super Bowl is February 7th, 2016 so plan your halftime outreach today!
Make an impact
In the past 20 years, thousands of people have made commitments to Christ, and thousands more have recommitted their lives to Him through the ministry of Power to Win. The impact is far-reaching and life-changing.
An opportunity to share the Gospel
Churches, men’s ministries, sports ministries, youth groups, college ministries, sports teams, and football fans alike can all use halftime as an opportunity to bring people together while sharing the Gospel.
What will you make of the second half of your own life?
Use the DVD during halftime of your Super Bowl party or during a men’s breakfast, at a sports banquet or any other fellowship event. There have been more than 60,000 outreach parties on Super Bowl Sunday where Power To Win was used. Kits will be shipped in early January.
Each Kit is specifically designed to meet your financial and ministry needs.
Power To Win Kit
- 1 Power To Win DVD
- Digital Subscription to Sports Spectrum Magazine for up to 300 people
- Free 1-Year Subscription
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.”