Superbowl Champion Retires From NFL To Be A Pastor

Reported by Tony Davenport | vision.org.au
Wednesday, September 15th, 2021

Two-time Super Bowl champion Stefen Wisniewski is retiring from American football to become a pastor.

He played 10 NFL seasons, winning Super Bowls with the Philadelphia Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs.

The guard and center also lined up for Oakland, Jacksonville and Pittsburgh.

Wisniewski said he absolutely loved playing, but after 10 years, his body, mind and heart are telling him to move on.

He explained that the best part of his life is his relationship with Jesus Christ.

He said he couldn’t imagine a better full-time job than teaching people about the Bible and sharing his love of Christ with others.

The NFL star said Jesus was his strength, joy, peace, and passion throughout his career, and everything he accomplished, belongs to God.

He’s tipped to take up his new career in Pittsburgh.

 

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