Former St. Louis Rams quarterback Kurt Warner has been selected to be the keynote speaker for the 25th Annual Christian Day on July 19 in St. Louis, Missouri. Warner is set to start speaking at 1:15pm that day, and it will also be the case that the first 25,000 fans ages 16 and up will get a throwback Warner St. Louis v-neck t-shirt. Discounted tickets will be available for groups of 25 and more, so be sure to contact the hosts if you have an interested in going with a few other people. Warner is expected to discuss his career playing a quarterback in the big leagues as well as his unique entry into playing the sport professionally.
Warner played some football in college, but went undrafted after leaving school in 1994 and ended up stocking shelves in a grocery store. Since no NFL team was willing to give him a chance decided to try out for an AFL team and ended up really making a name for himself as a star performer. This caught the attention of the NFL and they invited him to try out for the Chicago Bears, but ended up signing with the Rams in 1998 instead. The Super Bowl XXXIV champion and MVP also converted to Christianity during this transition of his life, which is one of the big reasons he is appealing to speak at this year’s Christian Day at the Ballpark.
The three-time NFC champion will be the main guest speaker at this year’s 25th Annual Christian Day event and it can be assumed that this will draw in an enormous crowd to hear his inspiring story.
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