June Podcast- Integrity with Mark Richt
The people around us are always watching. They look at our actions just as much as they listen to our words. They long to see people who live consistently with what they claim to believe. They are looking for integrity. How can I model the value of obeying God? How can I show your family the power of obeying God even when it doesn’t seem to make sense? How do I show them personal holiness? Join Pastor David as he talks with retired college football coach, Mark Richt, about the value and impact that showing integrity can have on our own lives, and those watching us. Mark Richt is a retired American football head coach, former player, and television analyst. He was the head football coach at the University of Georgia for 15 years and at the University of Miami, his alma mater, for three. His teams won two Southeastern Conference (SEC) championships, five SEC division titles, and one Atlantic Coast Conference division title. He was a two-time SEC Coach of the Year (2002, 2005), the 2017 ACC Coach of the Year, and the winner of the national 2017 Walter Camp Coach of the Year Award. Richt played college football as a quarterback at Miami. As an assistant coach, he spent 14 years at Florida State University, where he served as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach under Bobby Bowden, and a year as offensive coordinator at East Carolina University.