Philadelphia Eagles players talk about their faith in Christ at Super Bowl LII

Sports Spectrum caught up with several Philadelphia Eagles players as they prepare to face the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LII.

The players spoke on several different topics, including how they have grown in their faith through weekly discipleship, the importance of using their platform as athletes to glorify Christ and how the Bible studies in the locker room have helped them grow closer to the Lord.

Zach Ertz – “Our No. 1 goal on this earth is to make disciples. It’s the only job that we pretty much want to do. So faith and football this Sunday is huge. This is a platform to draw people to the Word, to Jesus. It’s not something we take for granted by any means.”

Malcolm Jenkins – “I think a life of service is a requirement if you’re a Christian.”

Brandon Graham on his growing faith – “Just knowing that I know what to do, it’s just now I got to stay more consistent. And that’s where I’ve been pushing myself is on staying more consistent.”

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