Posts Tagged ‘Christian Speaker’
Retired Florida State University football coach Bobby Bowden spoke to fans and media in Bonita Springs, FL on Thursday night, April 14. Bowden addressed the Southwest Florida chapter of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and said he might be busier in his post-football life than he was as a coach.
“I’d hate to be doing nothing, I really would,” Bowden said. “The worst thing that could happen to me would be having nothing to do, it would drive me nuts. I try to speak three, four or five times a week and I really enjoy it because I usually speak to a good cause.” ... Read More
Retired NFL coach, Dan Reeves, is a popular motivational speaker and sports figure sought after by companies and organizations. He keeps a busy schedule traveling the country participating in speaking engagements, Hall of Fame banquets, autograph signings, tailgate parties, Christian events, church functions, media, personal appearances, corporate events and endorsement deals.
Dan recently launched the Dan Reeves official website where you can trace his football career with the Dallas Cowboys, Denver Broncos, New York Giants and Atlanta Falcons.
Gene Stallings, former head football coach of the University of Alabama, is a popular motivational speaker and Christian speaker on the circuit today says booking agent PFP Sports and Celebrity Talent Agency. Stallings began his coaching career in 1958 as an assistant under Bear Bryant at Alabama. His first head coaching job came at the age of 29 when Stallings was named the head coach at Texas A&M. He coached the Aggies for seven seasons and compiled a record of 27-45-1, including a Southwest Conference title in 1967.
In 1972, Stallings was hired by Tom Landry as an assistant coach for the Dallas Cowboys, where he remained for 14 years. In 1986, he was named the head coach of the St. Louis Cardinals, where he compiled a 23-34-1 record in three seasons. ... Read More
Retired NFL quarterback, Kurt Warner, was finally retired from the dancing floor last night on ‘Dancing With The Stars’. After his elimination, Kurt received a standing ovation and cheers from the audience and fellow contestants as they shouted “M-V-P! M-V-P!”
Judge Bruno Tonioli praised Warner’s gentlemanly nature saying, “He has proven a true sportsman. His attitude has been immaculate, incredible manners, and regardless of what happens, you have achieved a lot. You really are an American idol.” ... Read More
There’s a lot of talk today about whether athletes are role models. There’s little dispute that Kurt Warner is one of them. Warner remains one of the most inspirational speakers on the circuit today wowing audiences wherever he goes.
If you’re looking for a speaker who can inspire, motivate and entertain, look no further than Kurt Warner. ... Read More
Christian speakers have become very popular with religious organizations. Not only do these organizations use Christian speakers to generate excitement, increase attendance and raise money, but they also use them to spread the gospel.
Kurt Warner is a sought-after Christian speaker at PFP Sports and Celebrity Talent Agency
If you are looking to book a speaker who can inspire, motivate and captivate your audience, you should consider Jim Morris as your next speaker.
Jim Morris, “The Rookie”, is considered one of the top motivational speakers and christian speakers on the circuit today and receives rave reviews for his appearances wherever he goes. ... Read More
Kurt Warner, Super Bowl champion and NFL MVP, danced the Viennese Waltz with his partner Anna Trebunskayaon on Dancing With The Stars Season 11 on week 1 September 20, 2010. The song they danced to was “This Ain’t a Love Song” by Bon Jovi.
Dancing With The Stars loves the sports world and NFL quarterback, Kurt Warner is no exception. The Washington Post reports that Kurt Warner, former quarterback of The Arizona Cardinals, will compete on the upcoming fall season of Dancing With the Stars.
Looking to book a speaker who can inspire, motivate and captivate your audience? If so, you should consider Jim Morris as your next speaker. Considered one of the top motivational speakers on the circuit today, Jim Morris gets rave reviews for his appearances wherever he goes.
Jim’s story was the inspiration for the movie “The Rookie”, a Disney blockbuster released in 2004 that starred Randy Quaid. The movie won an ESPY for Sports Film of the Year. Sports Illustrated also voted it one of the five greatest baseball movies of all-time.
Jim’s childhood dream of becoming a major leaguer was cut short cut short due to injuries and, admittedly, a lack of maturity. Eleven years after his retirement from baseball, Jim bet the high school baseball team he was coaching that if they won the District Championship, he would try out for a major league team. As they say, the rest is history. Jim’s team won the District Championship, he threw 12 consecutive pitches at 98 mph during a tryout and was signed by the Tampa Bay Devil Rays. Three months later in front of family and his high school team, Jim achieved his dream and struck out All-Star Royce Clayton with a 98 mph fastball.
Jim’s speech resonates with a range of audiences. As a testament to his broad appeal, below are a few examples of recent events where Jim has appeared…
- As a Christian speaker, he spoke at a church’s Easter weekend services in California, sharing his faith and story.
- As an inspirational speaker, he spoke at school fundraiser in Tennessee that raised money to build a baseball field
- As a motivational speaker, he spoke at a sales meeting in Iowa attended by high-level executives of a major corporation.
Jim can tailor his message to the audience. Among Jim’s speaking topics are…
- Never Giving Up on a Dream
- Finding a Mentor and Becoming a Leader
- Taking Advantage of Second Chances
- Remembering Who You Are
- Keeping Your Promises
- Learning How to Laugh at Yourself
Below is a recent email I received from a satisfied client…“He was excellent. There were many compliments!! The group really enjoyed his message He had them laughing. Thanks so much. He really delivered! Just right for my audience.”
Jonathan Wexler is a sports and celebrity booking agent for PFP Sports and Celebrity Talent Agency. If you are interest in booking Jim Morris for a speaking engagement, appearance or endorsement, please contact us at 800.966.1380.