National Football League head coach Tony Dungy told audience members at the Super Bowl 50 breakfast earlier this month that no matter what happens in life, the only thing that matters is whether or not they are following the will of the Lord.
Dungy, a devout Christian who was the first African-American head coach to win the Super Bowl when he did it in 2007 with the Indianapolis Colts, spoke from the heart when he talked in detail about the struggles of his 15-year-old son, Jordan, who was born with a rare congenital defect that prevents him from feeling pain.
“You’d think that would be good, but it’s not,” Dungy was quoted as telling the crowd at the San Francisco Hilton Hotel by CNS News. “He’s had a lot of operations, he’s broken a lot of bones … he’s had about 30 surgeries.”
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