"Jesus Christ came in and taught me how to parent my children because of Angel Tree."
Anthony “Spice” Adams has experienced things that are the stuff of dreams for many. For nine seasons, he terrorized offenses in the National Football League as a defensive tackle the San Francisco 49ers and the Chicago Bears. After announcing his retirement (in a self-effacing, humorous YouTube video that has been viewed well over a million times), he started a second career as a television host in Chicago, covering his former team.
Former NFL and College Stars Join in Football Clinic for Bay Area, East Bay, Fresno, and Sacramento Boys
REDWOOD CITY, Aug. 25, 2016—With the coming of fall brings football season, but 2.7 million children in the U.S. do not have the opportunity to throw a pigskin with their dad or mom because one or both of their parents are in prison.
When the Denver Broncos take the field for the AFC divisional playoff game this Sunday at Sports Authority Field, there will be over 75,000 fans in attendance, a veritable sea of orange and blue cheering loudly for home team.
But for one player, there might be one very special attendee that stands out among the crowd.
Prisoners' children are experiencing God's love all year long through summer camps, mentoring relationships, and an exciting annual event called the Angel Tree Football Clinic.