The sports announcers can't understand it, especially since the wind is against David. Devastated by his circumstances, he cries out to God in desperation. The victories keep rolling in as the season rolls on. Friday night arrives, and Mr. Of course what he actually does is push Brock to go all the way to the opposite end zone--and when the rest of the team sees that, they stand up and stare in wonder. David Childers prepares for his big night, though he is convinced he will never play, because he is still second-string. That scene ends with the two of them sitting at their kitchen table and crying.
Ryker makes no decision--but Grant does not stick around to hear the end of the meeting. David talks to his father about that sobering session, and about whether he can help the team at all as a kicker. Their use is subject to the terms and conditions of this web site. Brooke likes what he has written, and sees that it's applicable to their home life, too. He singles out David for his field goal, Zach for his quarterbacking, and Brock for his defensive leadership. However, that Friday night, Shiloh loses to Dewey County, twenty-one to seven--when Dewey hasn't beaten Shiloh in more than ten years.
A humiliated Grant finally goes home and confesses everything to Brooke--about the secret meeting he overheard with the A. Nor does Brooke's embarrassment as Grant has to ask Brady to give him a jump start. Brooke Taylor's results are in fact positive! His team, the Shiloh Eagles, has never had a winning season in the six years that he has coached the boys. The half ends: fourteen to seven, Giants. Then the teacher tells Brock Kelley, the team captain, that he and Stanley are in detention for their little joke--and for their poor grades.
He dares to challenge his players to believe God for the impossible on and off the field. He dares to challenge his players to believe God for the impossible on and off the field. Storyline: An action-packed drama about a Christian high school football coach who uses his undying faith to battle the giants of fear and failure. His house has a very bad smell, which neither he nor his wife Brooke Shannen Fields can figure out. Friday night arrives, and the Eagles beat the Tucker Tigers.
After learning that he and his wife Brooke face infertility, Grant discovers that a group of fathers are secretly organizing to have him dismissed as head coach. More games take place, with straight wins. Bridges makes his blessing walk along the lockers, Matt asks Grant to drive him to his father's workplace--so that Matt can tell Neil Prater, in front of his business associate Mr. One complication exists: Matt is at Shiloh because Westview kicked him out. He dares to challenge his players to believe God for the impossible on and off the field. He will ask Brock to do the Death Crawl, with Jeremy on his back, for fifty yards--blindfolded.
Monday begins with a student named Stanley Jason Rossi finding himself, desk and all, on top of the teacher's desk. Larry encourages his son not to give in to his fears. What makes it worse: Brady Owens is at that meeting, saying nothing. When Grant drives home, his car dies after he barely gets off the road. He'd like to buy a new compact car, but the facts remain: they cannot afford it. And then, with a scant two seconds left to play, Grant issues his final order: David Childers must kick a fifty-one-yard field goal.
Bridges Ray Wood praying over the school lockers, as he always does. But when Brock Kelley Jason McLeod , the lead tackle, and his friend Jeremy Johnson Chris Heape start talking about the coming match with Westview, as if it is already lost, Grant singles out Brock and Jeremy for a special exercise. Game time arrives, and Grant's old coach at Shiloh Mark Richt comes to give Grant some encouragement. A losing coach with an underdog football team faces their giants of fear and failure on and off the field to surprising results. He teases Brooke unmercifully about it, but is still glad to get rid of it. Next week, Brooke tells her employer Jackie Everson that she has been nauseous for two mornings in a row. When Grant receives a message from an unexpected visitor, he searches for a stronger purpose for his football team.
Following a visitor's message, Grant tries to inspire his team to use faith to conquer fear and opposing teams. And this time the outcome is a lot different: Shiloh beats Westview. Since this is fourth down, the Tigers take the ball, fall on it, and run out the clock. His team, the Shiloh Eagles, has never had a winning season in the six years that he has coached the boys. The team has a new attitude, that carries into their studies. Grant tells Brock that he, Brock, is the most influential player on the team--so his attitude affects others. He dares to challenge his players to believe God for the impossible on and off the field.
With God, all things are possible. Besides his and his wife's Shannen Fields infertility problems, he faces the attempt of local parents to force the school to replace him. Jones David Nixon , that from now on, what he says goes. To prove that, he puts his players through the Death Crawl--on all fours, with the knees off the ground, and another teammate on one's back--for ten yards. What transpires is a dynamic story of the fight between faith and fear. When Grant receives a message from an unexpected visitor, he searches for a stronger purpose for his football team.
Devastated by his circumstances, he cries out to God in desperation. Results: Princeton Heights disqualified, and Shiloh advances to the next round--against Tucker, where Darrin had transferred. What transpires is a dynamic story of the fight between faith and fear. He then has to break it to his players, who of course take it very badly. Just then, Larry and David Childers show up, and David tries out as a kicker. But Coach Duke makes a mistake: he calls a time-out when he doesn't' have to. Ryker stands up for his head coach, but he has three fathers telling him that Grant has to go.