by Tim Church
POINT LOOKOUT, Mo. – Two-time national college football champion and Heisman Trophy winner Tim Tebow joins area residents Thursday night, at College of the Ozarks for the Leonard B. and Edith Gittinger Spring Community Convocation.
Speaking with those in attendance, Tebow relayed the importance of “Finishing Strong” in everything you do and impact it can have on one’s life:
Tebow spoke on his life’s journey from being the son of a missionary to becoming one of the nation’s top college athletes. He also shared how the simple act of placing eye black with John 3:16 written on his face, led millions to search online and possibly discover the word of God for the first time.
Tebow also focused on the importance of teamwork:
Tebow also shared his favorite verse, Ephesians 2:10, and what it means to him:
College of the Ozarks additionally honored Tebow by presenting him with The Great American Award. C of O President Jerry Davis explained that over the years only a handful of people who represent faith, hope and hard work, the same as the college does, have been honored with such a distinctive award.
More on Tebow and the work he is doing with the Tim Tebow Foundation can be found here.