TBN to Host Two-Hour Pre-Super Bowl® Special Featuring Interviews with Broncos, Seahawks Players, Along with Other NFL and Sports Greats
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NEW YORK, Jan. 29, 2014 /Christian Newswire/ -- This Sunday is the biggest game of the year, and on Friday January 31st Trinity Broadcasting Network, America's most-watched faith channel, will get you ready for Super Bowl XLVIII (48) with a two-hour faith-and-football special from New York City, featuring on-the-field interviews with members of both the Denver Broncos and the Seattle Seahawks, as well as appearances by NFL and other sports greats, along with impacting stories about how faith in God has made a difference in the lives of athletes.
Hosted each year by former NFL great Mike Barber, TBN's annual Super Bowl pre-game warm-up has featured impacting interviews with many past and present NFL legends, including Kurt Warner, Reggie White, Joe Theismann, Aaron Rodgers, Aeneas Williams, Roman Phifer, Don Beebe, and Adam Vinatieri, to name just a few.
Slated for this year's TBN pre-game special will be segments featuring both team quarterbacks -- the Broncos' future Hall of Famer Peyton Manning and Seattle's 2012 NFL Rookie of the Year Russell Wilson -- along with Super Bowl Media Day interviews with other game-changers like Seattle's Chris Maragos, Clint Gresham, and Russell Okung, and Denver's Jacob Tamme and Joel Dresson.
"We're excited about this year's lineup for TBN's pre-Super Bowl show," said Mike Barber. "This program is about more than just football. It's men talking about how Christ has made a difference in their lives, in their families, and even in how they approach the game. This is going to be a life-changing show for our viewers."
TBN Vice President Matthew Crouch noted that TBN's annual Super Bowl pre-game "Praise the Lord" show is one of the network's most popular and anticipated specials. "We've been hosting this for the past fifteen years, and the list of past guests and participants reads like an NFL 'Who's Who,'" he said. "This year's Super Bowl is sure to be one of the most exciting in history, and we're looking forward to connecting with some of the players at TBN's special pre-game warm-up."
Tune in to TBN's Super Bowl pre-game special Friday January 31st, at 7 p.m. Pacific (9 p.m. Central, 10 p.m. Eastern). And to find out more about the Trinity Broadcasting Family of Networks, log on to www.tbn.org.