What is Tebowing? (Verb) to get down on a knee and start praying, even if everyone else around you is doing something completely different.
Even if you didn’t graduate from the University of Florida, or if you’re a “Gator Hater”, or if you’ve never been to Denver, Colorado – the Tim Tebow phenomena has practically reached into every home around the world.
From a personal standpoint, I am not a football fan, however, I am thankful that there is a genuine Christian role model in the sports world for my children to look up to. It seems like the sports industry is filled with the Michael Vicks and Tiger Woods, and drugs, domestic abuse and other criminal or immoral activity.
So, even if you are tired of hearing about Tim Tebow, we should be thankful as Christians that he represents his faith with such fervor.
Is Tim Tebow too good to be true? I would have counted myself among the skeptics if I didn’t happen to have a personal connection with the Tebow family. My father and Tim Tebow’s father have shared an office in Jacksonville, Florida for many years. Tim Tebow is the real deal. He lives what he believes.
His kneeling in the field has become an iconic experience world-wide, so much so that a website called www.Tebowing.com was created for people to be able to share their Tebowing pictures with others.
What is Tebowing? (verb) to get down on a knee and start praying, even if everyone else around you is doing something completely different.
To submit a picture of a Tebowing moment, visit www.tebowing.com.