The word “legacy” is a word I’ve been thinking about lately. I recently turned 40 years old and am watching my four kids grow up extremely fast. I’m constantly asking myself, ‘Am I doing the best I can to love God and love people? Am I spending my time wisely?
If you ever asked those questions you may look to friends and family members who have been successful in your eyes in “leaving a legacy”. Also, we look to pastors, teachers and coaches who spent their lives mentoring and guiding others through life to make wise decisions.
I grew up loving college football and watching Coach Bowden’s career. I remember him visiting my church and preaching one Sunday morning after Florida State played the day before nearby. Even at a young age I recognized that was different. Most college football coaches probably don’t preach on Sunday after a game.
In a culture that is obsessed with super heroes in our movie theaters and larger-than-life characters on Television, it is gratifying to see a man like Coach Bowden not only have success in a career, but be known as a man of faith and integrity. Watching this new film and hearing all his sons, daughters, players, assistant coaches and others talk about how his life affected them in positive ways was the epitome of leaving a legacy.
Coach Bowden gives us a life-long example of 1 Corinthians 10:31, “So whether you eat or drink or whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God.”
I highly encourage you to check out his new film in select cinemas nationwide on January 8. To learn more visit BowdenDynasty.com
Watch the New Bowden Dynasty Trailer HERE!
By Trey Reynolds