Courage Interviews with Philadelphia Eagles Players
St. Davids, PA, Jan 16, 2018 – As the Philadelphia Eagles ramped up for playoffs, several players took time out of their schedule to talk about Courage with Eastern University and Faith on the Field Show. Players Zach Ertz, Torrey Smith, and Steven Means spoke on a variety of topics, including the courage it takes to live out their faith publicly as professional athletes. The players also emphasized the way their close-knit community with other Christians on the team continually bolsters their courage.
Watch their video interviews here:
Eagles on Courage: Ertz, Smith & Means
Zach Ertz: Courage to Glorify God
Steven Means: Courage to Dive Deeper
Torrey Smith: Courage to Be Bold
These video interviews were not the first time Eastern University has helped share the stories of Christian Eagles players. This past September, Eastern University hosted its second live Faith on the Field event, a recorded interview for ESPN's radio show by the same name. The show, which featured Philadelphia Eagles Carson Wentz, Trey Burton, and Stefen Wisniewski, drew a live audience of close to 2,000 people to Eastern’s campus, despite the rainy evening.
View the event recap here:
Faith on the Field is currently running on ESPN's Philadelphia radio affiliate, 610 AM Sports. The show is hosted by radio personality Rob Maaddi, Pastor Kyle Horner, and Eastern University Senior Lecturer in Kinesiology, Doug Horton '99. Horton '99 is also co-founder of the obstacle course event Goliathon, which raises money for charity. Read more about Horton '99 in the latest edition of Eastern Magazine.