Two weeks ago, the New England Patriots won Superbowl LIII and though the battle on the gridiron was hotly contested, behind the scenes was a much more powerful battle to see who would have the upper hand: the cynical powers of darkness or the clean-cut powers of light.
The New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman was the recipient of Super Bowl LIII’s Most Valuable Player (MVP) award. Edelman has for some years begun to get more in touch with his Jewish roots. This included a trip to Israel in 2015. There are rumors that he may be coming back in June. Watch […]
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Baltimore Ravens defensive tackle Michael Pierce chose Israel Collective to be featured on his “My Cause My Cleats.” Pierce proudly displays Israel’s flag “front and center” on his football cleats.
Barely one week after the Super Bowl, seven of the top NFL players are on a six-day tour of Israel after landing in the Jewish state on Tuesday night. Their visit has already evoked feelings of awe and wonder at the sense of spirituality and connection with God in the land of Israel.
“While we come here on a mission for American football, I think we take home a lot more than we bring,” said Montana.
The 11 NFL players will visit Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, the Dead Sea and Haifa, as well as Christian sites in the Galilee, including baptism in the River Jordan at Yardenit.
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