2014 Super Bowl Breakfast
Cost: $39.99, includes:
- Webcast available Feb. 1st and 2nd
- Promotional kit with NFL posters, invitations, fliers and comment cards for attendees
- Ministry materials including sports-themed follow-up Bible studies for small groups.
- The webcast is 35-45 minutes in length, featuring highlights from the breakfast, with additional bonus videos available.
All you need is high-speed internet access, a computer with projector setup and a desire for local outreach.
Registration for the 2014 Super Bowl Breakfast Webcast is now open here.
Type Truli in the discount code box and receive 25% off the webcast
About the Webcast
Imagine hosting past and present NFL greats in your living room, church auditorium or fellowship hall, as they share their stories of faith. You can make this a reality with the Athletes in Action Super Bowl Breakfast Webcast.
On Jan. 31, 2014, AIA will host its annual Super Bowl Breakfast in New York, an NFL-sanctioned event that features several players and coaches sharing inspiring stories of faith and football. Additionally, the Bart Starr Award will be presented to a current NFL player in recognition of outstanding character on and off the playing field. In years past, you could only experience the breakfast in person. Now, you can bring the highlights of the breakfast to your own venue.
This webcast is designed to help you create opportunities for outreach to sports fans in your community. With a little planning and coordination, you can use this tool to impact lives for eternity!
- Host a Saturday morning breakfast outreach event at your church, show the 35-45 minute webcast and invite friends from the community to hear the gospel with a sports backdrop.
- Plan a Super Bowl party at your church or a community center on Sunday evening, then play the webcast during the halftime and include the gospel presentation.
- Plan a sports-themed banquet for families on Saturday night featuring local speakers, including the webcast and gospel presentation.
- Gather your school's sports teams for a party and invite Christian athletes ot share their faith stories before or after showing the webcast.