Power to Win 2013 is now available to pre-order! This year’s video features the stories of 3 Super Bowl Champions from the New York Giants: Chase Blackburn, Chris Canty, and Justin Tuck. Each kit will include: 1 Power To Win DVD, Digital access to Sports Spectrum magazine for up to 250 people (valued at $99.95), 10 – $10 coupons for purchase in Sports Spectrum’s store (valued at $100). The Super Bowl is February 3, 2013, plan your ministry event today! To order, click here. Continue reading
This year’s Power to Win DVD features Colts center Jeff Saturday, Redskins linebacker London Fletcher and former Colts punter Hunter Smith. Hosted by former Saints fullback and current NFL Network Analyst Heath Evans. Order for the big game, or other ministry events. To pre-order, head over to http://www.powertowin.org
Our Winter 2012 issue is complete, and you’ll be receiving it come the New Year! Here’s the cover featuring Washington Redskins linebacker London Fletcher and Indianapolis Colts center Jeff Saturday. Enter the promo code “JOY10″ in the SS Store to subscribe for a limited-time offer of $19.95, saving 28 percent off the original subscription price!
This issue features our new design: our completed logo, a one-of-a-kind cover and 100 pages of content in a perfect-bound magazine. The issue also includes our improved Training Table with fun sidebars and info-graphs to complement the daily devotionals. And don’t forget, your $19.95 subscription now comes with four additional 12-page digital issues to view online in between each hard copy. This is our gift to you, and we thank you for supporting us over the years. Continue reading
Tennessee Titans quarterback Matt Hasselbeck passed for 358 yards and led the Titans to a 26-13 victory over the Baltimore Ravens. Hasselbeck was featured in our 2007 Power to Win DVD and on the cover of our January-February 2007 issue and our January-February 2004 issue.
It was in the poverty-torn country of Jamaica that Matt Hasselbeck began his unexpected journey to the NFL, to the Pro Bowl and to the Super Bowl. As a sophomore at Boston College, Hasselbeck worked in a home for elderly lepers on a mission trip to Jamaica. There he met George McVee, a man disfigured by leprosy. McVee would recite scripture in between hymns during times of song and worship. “Then he’d say, ‘Thank you, Jesus. Thank you, Jesus,’” Hasselbeck recalls. “I’m saying to myself these people should be so angry…” Continue reading