After being in and out of juvy and having his brother murdered while he was locked up, Patrick Davis came to a place of desperation while in a juvenile prison.
Regi’s story is a relevant outreach resource for juvenile detention centers, urban youth ministry, and recovery programs.
The first caucasian Harlem Globetrotter in over 60 years performs his basketball tricks while communicating a Gospel-centered message of perseverance to young people.
Quinn Michael had a life-changing experience while incarcerated. He then went on to become a two-time ATV racing champion in Extreme Dirt Track Nationals.
NBA standout Dwight Howard was the #1 overall pick in the 2004 NBA draft, becoming only the third prep player in history to be the top pick, and a Naismith Award winner.
A 30-minute action sports DVD featuring BMX stunt team Chaos on Wheels. See many of today’s best stunts and tricks including coverage from the Freedom Experience tour in Canton, Georgia. Hear tips and testimonies from the Chaos riders as they reveal their ultimate passion – to share the truth of Jesus Christ with today’s youth.
In this video, former pro wrestler and NWA Hall of Famer, Nikita Koloff (a.k.a. “The Russian Nightmare”) tells his story of growing up as a welfare fatherless child in the projects of Minneapolis with dreams of becoming a pro NFL player. Nikita challenges youths in a juvenile center to put their faith in Christ.
A devout follower of Christ, former NFL coach Tony Dungy talks about the purpose of pain in our faith journey. A fitting Super Bowl outreach tool.
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. A great evangelistic tool and Super Bowl outreach resource.