“You’re either living a paradigm of consuming from other people or investing in other people.”
On this episode of the Circuit of Success, Brett Gilliland welcomes Jeff Kemp, former NFL Quarterback and VP and Catalyst for Helping Others at FamilyLife.
Brett and Jeff sit down to talk about his experiences throughout his career in athletics and his philosophies on faith, family and humility.
Bio courtesy of facingtheblitz.com:
Jeff is a quarterback for strengthening families and strengthening teams. He is passionate about advancing collaboration to support marriages, families and children. In 2012 Jeff joined FamilyLife as a Vice President and Catalyst for helping others. FamilyLife is a national ministry leader in marriage conferences, radio outreach and empowering resources to heal and strengthen families. Jeff founded and led Stronger Families in the Pacific Northwest from 1993 to 2010. Stronger Families united communities around strengthening marriages and today assists military and high-stress couples in protecting their marriages.
Jeff quarterbacked in the NFL from 1981 to 1992. He and his father, Jack Kemp (the former Vice-Presidential candidate and Secretary of Housing and Urban Development), were the first of only six sets of father/son NFL quarterbacks. As he speaks and trains throughout the United States, Jeff passes on dynamic lessons learned during eleven years in the world of professional athletics. Persevering through the highs and lows of pro football gave him a valuable perspective on teams, leadership and life.
Jeff is a frequent speaker to men’s and marriage events. He also speaks to businesses, community groups and young people about family relationships and teamwork.
Please welcome Jeff Kemp to this episode of The Circuit of Success!