Pam Tebow, the mother of former Heisman Trophy winner and New York Mets baseball player Tim Tebow, will be speaking at 45th annual March for Life this year in Washington, D.C.
She will join the lineup with former NFL player Matt Birk and his wife Adrianna, U.S. Representatives Dan Lipinski (a Democrat from Illinois) and Chris Smith (a Republican from New Jersey), and Sisters of Life’s Sr. Bethany Madonna, according to the March for Life website.
Pam appeared with Tim in a Super Bowl ad in 2010 for the organization “Focus on The Family,” in which she referred to him as her “miracle baby” and said how “he almost didn’t’ make it into this world.”
“Focus on The Family” is a Christian conservative organization dedicated to building “healthy marriages that reflect God’s design” and encourages parents to “raise their children according to morals and values grounded in biblical principles.”
The organization also has their own “pro-life” tab on the site and refer to the pro-life movement as “a call to commitment.”
The 30-year-old former quarterback received heavy media coverage during his time in the National Football League for his outward expression of Christianity on the field. He has since left football behind and signed with the Mets in September 2016. He is currently playing in the minor league system and will be returning for another season in 2018.
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