Our guest learned incredible lessons during his seventeen years as a producer at ESPN—and these fundamentals for success on the field or court work just as well in other spheres of leadership, especially when you add God's direction to the playbook. Join us to discover how to replicate the principles practiced by some of the most influential leaders in sports and entertainment to construct thriving cultures where the people they lead can bloom where they're planted and serve one another.
If you’re ready for something more exhilarating than skydiving, arguably more scary, and infinitely more productive, try preaching the gospel in public. Join us to learn how to winsomely, clearly and boldly share your faith – out loud. Discover what it means to hear the Gospel in a one-on-one setting and step into this high calling.
Jason is a speaker, author, media consultant and church leader with 20 years of professional broadcasting experience on the regional and network level. For 17 years, Jason was a Senior Manager and Producer at ESPN. He has created and produced content for shows such as SportsCenter, Monday Night Football, Mike and Mike in the Morning, Sunday NFL Countdown, College Gameday, MLB's All Star Game. Jason is now the host and producer of the Sports Spectrum podcast where he interviews athletes, coaches, and other personalities on the intersection of sports and faith. He is also a contributor to the Sports Spectrum magazine and contributes articles daily to SportsSpectrum.com. Jason has spoken to thousands of people at conferences, colleges, companies and churches. He's a big advocate of social media, having built up large followings both for ESPN's social feeds as well as his own personal brand.
Ray Comfort is the Founder and CEO of Living Waters and the bestselling author of more than 90 books, including How to Know God Exists and The Evidence Bible. He cohosts the award-winning television program Way of the Master, airing in every country in the world, and is an Executive Producer of “180,” “Evolution vs. God,” “Audacity,” and other films which have been seen by millions. Ray Comfort hasn’t left the house without gospel tracts for decades.