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Tim Tebow Writes New Children’s Book to Tell Kids About Jesus & Help Them “Deal With Their Uniqueness”

Tim Tebow recently released a children’s book in the hopes of sharing the gospel with kids, according to an interview he did with Christian Headlines. Tebow is a popular college ESPN football analyst2x Florida Gators National Champion, former NFL quarterback, and current professional baseball player for the New York Met’s organization. Tim Tebow’s book, “Bronco and Friends,” was inspired by his own, real-life puppy and is a New York Times Best Seller.

The book follows the adventure of Bronco (which just so happens to be the name of the team that drafted Tebow in the NFL) and his friends as they encourage one another on their way to a party. All of the characters in the story have their own specific challenges, Bronco has bad eyesight, Ethan (a bird) can’t fly, and Alexis (a goat) can’t stop sneezing. Chelsie is a rabbit who worries her large ears get in the way.

In the Christian Headlines interview, Tebow said that Bronco’s main goal in the book is to point children to their “purpose and design in life,” while “encouraging children to understand and deal with their uniqueness.”

Encouraging kids with special needs is nothing new to Tim Tebow. This year he and his Tim Tebow Foundation will celebrate its seventh year of “Night to Shine” on February 12, 2021. According to the official website, the event is an “unforgettable prom night experience, centered on God’s love, for people with special needs ages 14 and older.”

Jesse T. Jackson
Jesse T. Jackson
Jesse is the Content Editor/Site Manager for ChurchLeaders and ChristianNewsNow. An undeserving husband to a beautiful wife, and a father to 4 beautiful children. He serves as a deacon, a growth group leader, and is a member of University Baptist Church in Beavercreek, Ohio. Follow him on twitter here (https://twitter.com/jessetjackson)

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