May 27 2010

Tony Dungy

Tony Dungy has been a success on and off the football field - he won a Super Bowl as a player in 1978 with the Pittsburgh Steelers and became the first African American head coach to win a Super Bowl with the Colts in 2007.  He's a tremendous man of God involved in numerous charities and author of the books Uncommon and Quiet Strength.  In addition to being an analyst for NBC's Football Night in America he also serves as a national spokesman for the website All Pro Dad.

Today, Tony joins us to help "coach" us through life's transitions. If you missed the conversation, click the links below to listen:

Tony shares advice for graduates

Tony coaches us through life's transitions (help for Brett Farve :-))

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5/27/2010 11:58:56 AM
Claire United States
Claire
Wonderful!
5/28/2010 8:46:48 AM
TANYA GORDON United States
TANYA GORDON
WOW IM IN TEARS AT THE COMPUTER!THIS IS THE FIRST TIME I CLICKED ON AN ITS REFRESHING TO SEE A SITE THAT DEDICATED TO GOD AS I AM THE COMFORT OF BEING ON HERE AN NOT HAVING TO SEE ANYTHING BUT GOD WORSHIPING BROTHERS AND SISTERS ALL OVER THE WORLD! GODS LOVE SPREADS ABROAD AND WE DOT EVEN HAVE TO SEE EACH OTHER YOU CAN JUST FEEL IT! ITS SO AWSOME!
5/28/2010 9:57:10 AM
Joann United States
Joann
I did not get to hear anything Tony said but he is one wonderful man of God! I have read his books and he doesn't care what color you are as long as you belong to God and that is how we all should be!!!!
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