Tim Tebow, This is the Day (New York: Waterbrook, 2018), 209 pp.
I’ve been a sports fan my entire life. I’ve seen athletes come and go. I’ve seen well-respected athletes like Lance Armstrong disappoint their fans. And I’ve seen athletes who have been misunderstood and misrepresented. But I cannot think of an athlete who has been more unfairly treated than Tim Tebow in recent years.
Tebow is a two-time national champion, first-round NFL draft pick, and Heisman Trophy winner. The Tim Tebow Foundation has encouraged and enriched countless lives and brought hope to the hopeless. Yet this man continues to misrepresented in the media.
Somehow, Tebow rises above the finger pointing and banter and continues to make a difference in the lives of people. His most recent book, This is the Day, is a testament to this reality.
Twelve chapters inspire readers to reclaim their dreams, live with passion, and live for a higher purpose. The messages crystalize around the person and work of Jesus Christ and provide hope and direction in a world that is filled with confusion and broken dreams.
This is the Day is especially geared for student-athletes and young people. Some readers may not agree with all of Tim’s theology but they will walk away motivated and encouraged to live a meaningful life which glorifies the Lord!
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