Former NFL player Tim Tebow joined FOX and Friends Thursday morning to discuss the purpose and meaning behind his new devotional ‘Mission Possible.’
Tebow shared that he has released a devotional for adults and one for children because he wanted to have something for everybody since life can be “hard and discouraging” at any age. ‘Mission Possible’ gives readers 365 days of encouragement, helping them begin each day with God’s Word and some advice from Tebow’s heroes including parents who have lost children, children battling life-threatening illnesses, and a survivor of human trafficking.
An inspirational figure to many, Tebow discussed how he chooses to live his life by focusing on “significance” more so than success, though he says success is still important. Tebow, who auctioned his Heisman trophy for $150,000 to raise money for kids battling cancer, further explained that living one’s life listening to God and helping others means so much more than what one does only for themselves.