Tim Tebow will take the stage Saturday morning to give his personal testimony of faith. Tebow won two college football national championships at the University of Florida, was a first-round selection in the 2010 NFL Draft, and led the Denver Broncos to the 2011 NFL Playoffs for the first time in six years. He lives a life that consistently reflects his values and founded the Tim Tebow Foundation(tm), which partners with CURE International to build hospitals in the Philippines. Tim was also named one of TIME magazine's 100 Most Influential People of 2012.
Joining Wildfire founder, Tim Clinton, the weekend will also include some of the world's premier Bible teachers and speakers, including Joe White, president and founder of Kanakuk Kamps; Rick Rigsby, a dynamic motivational and leadership speaker; and Joe Teti, star of the Discovery Channel's Dual Survival.
This annual gathering will also feature inspirational praise and worship with Michael O'Brien and the Wildfire Worship Band. Attendees can expect a two-day event packed full of plenary and outdoor workshops, interactive outdoor exhibits and midway, and fun around the stuff that men love -- hunting, fishing, motorcycles, racing, athletics, extreme sports and more -- taught by some of the leading experts in the world.
Looking ahead to this landmark men's event, Clinton shares, "Wildfire is designed to help men draw closer to the heart of God and become better fathers, husbands, sons and leaders. Our 2013 program will bring together thousands of men -- many with their sons -- to hear real-life testimonies of faith, to worship together, and be challenged to live the life of true adventure that God created us for."