Ep. 1 – He’s a football hall-of-famer, with two MVPs and a Super Bowl ring. But before Kurt Warner shot to fame, he had to put the idol of football behind him.
Ep. 2 – Survival of the fittest is the ruling idea of the day. Our world tells us that if you are stronger, smarter, and work harder than everyone else, you deserve to win. God, however, has a different way.
Ep. 3 – Can God save and work through anyone? Or do we have to be a certain kind of person for the Lord to give us grace?
Ep. 4 – Jesus invites all people to the table. And he’ll carry some if he needs to. On today’s program, Charles Morris helps us to remember the kindness of a King.
Ep. 5 – Is there enough grace and mercy for sinners like you and me? Will Jesus receive even the most unlikely converts?
Ep. 6 – Will God remain faithful even if we have to wait? Can we trust him to work even if his ways seem strange to us?
Ep. 7 – Abel was the first underdog, but the Lord had his eye on him. On today’s program, we’ll examine how the Lord receives and welcomes those who have been counted out.
Ep. 8 – Does injustice thwart God’s plan? Can he even use the sin of fallen humanity to accomplish his plan?
Ep. 9 – Jacob and Esau. The Old Testament prodigal story is a shocking story of trickery and grace. Join Charles Morris to remember Christ’s love for those who despise his gifts.
Ep. 10 – Is the grace of Jesus enough for the person we least expect to be redeemed? Can anyone really call on the name of the Lord and be saved?
American Underdog (DVD)
NFL Quarterback Kurt Warner’s incredible true story of faith, family, and football was made for the big screen.Request this Offer
Songs of Suffering: 25 Hymns and Devotions for Weary Souls
Songs of Suffering includes 25 hymns with accompanying devotions and photography designed to spark hope in hardship.Request this Offer
American Underdog is an uplifting story that demonstrates that anything is possible when you have faith, family, and determination.
The Faith Behind Kurt Warner's Football Story
After playing college football, Kurt Warner didn't have many options. But just when it seemed like his dreams of going pro would never pan out, he went from being a stock boy at a grocery store to a t ...Learn More