The Freddie Scott Show: Tackling The Game of Life!
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The Freddie Scott Show is all about the issues of family, fatherhood, and how any person, regardless of their past or mistakes, can successfully love and lead their family. If you are looking for comment-sense, down to earth advice and tips about your family, then this show is for you.
The Freddie Scott show features powerful testimonies from professional athletes and entertainers from I AM SECOND, as well as Play of the Day advice from Tony Dungy’s organization, ALL PRO DAD.
Our show covers a variety of topics including: parenting, time management, marriage/relationships, goal setting, finances, character development, and fatherhood.
After a standout college career as a receiver at Penn State setting a school record for most catches in a game (13), and dawning the cover of Sports Illustrated, Freddie has a history as a player in the National Football League (Falcons '96 - '97, Colts '98, Lions '99), a teacher, a public speaker and author. He is the founder and president of Unlock the Champion, an organization determined to empower men with tools to love and lead their families, as well as equip youth with fundamental life skills essential for character development to be successful in life and at home.
Today, Freddie travels across the country speaking on such issues as family, character development, leadership, and personal growth. To date, Freddie has spoken to thousands, helping to empower people to not be imprisoned by the pain of their past. He is a devoted husband and father of five children, a National Spokesman for Tony Dungy's organization, All Pro Dad, and serves as an Assistant Pastor at Word of Faith Christian Center in Nashville.
Lyndon Barrington Allen
He is a graduate of Biola University in La Mirada, CA with a Degree in Organizational Leadership (Industrial Psychology) with an emphasis in Biblical Studies and Apologetics. Moving to Nashville in 1995, he came as a signed recording artist with Gotee Records, he performed in the Dove Award nominated Christian reggae group Christafari. He also co-wrote for the movie soundtrack Left Behind. He also does Voice Over work for training programs, commercials and video announcements. Lyndon has utilized his diverse business experience in music as a recording artist and publisher, telecommunications, banking, and pharmaceutical sales. In 1999, Lyndon joined Schering-Ploug, makers of the blockbuster drug Claritin. He performed as a top-money earner for the company and has served as a sales representative and district trainer. Lyndon is a motivational speaker and conference teacher, with an internet radio podcast-Total Life Victory.com; He writes a weekly blog and hosts a YouTube channel- TotalLifeVictoryTV. Since 2003, Lyndon Allen has been a lay minister and teacher at Bethel World Outreach Church (BWOC) in Brentwood, Tennessee. From 2007-2011, he served on the BWOC Pastoral staff as a full-time associate, specializing in pastoral marriage counseling. He has served on the Board of the Wayne Reed Christian Childcare Center in Nashville. He currently sits on the board of Faith for All Ministries of Nashville, Tennessee. Lyndon and his wife Sharyl reside in Brentwood, Tennessee with 3 of their 4 children. His son is a SAG-eligible working model and actor in Los Angeles, California and his daughter currently attends Vanderbilt University. His teenage sons attend high school locally. 1 View Guest page
Eddie met the Navigators at Texas A & M and enjoyed four years of spiritual mentoring with them before graduating from Texas A & M in 1978 with a B.S. degree in Zoology, PreMedicine. He taught chemistry at Navasota High School (Texas), then joined the staff of The Navigators and moved to the University of Illinois for staff training in 1980. Eddie’s varied ministry experiences include student ministry at Tuskegee Institute (Alabama) and Memphis State University (Tennessee), church ministry as Pastor of Discipleship at Lamar Terrace Baptist Church (Memphis) and helping plant Crown of Love Evangelical Free Church (Chicago) (a Spanish-speaking church). Eddie is a graduate of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, where he completed the Master of Arts degree in New Testament. Eddie’s interest in intercultural ministry led him to Moscow, Russia where he served as In-country Training Director for the CoMission. Eddie served as Vice President of Diversity of the US Navigators for ten years before stepping into his current role as Senior Vice President and Associate Director, US Field Ministries. Eddie loves languages, especially Spanish, Russian and German. He also enjoys the ocean, and scuba diving. View Guest page
Dave Buehring is a devoted follower of Jesus who serves as the Founder and Team Leader of the Lionshare Leadership Group. Over the last three-plus decades he has served as a missionary, pastor, and leader while using his communication gifts to preach, teach and equip multitudes in the ways of God. Dave is committed to ‘making disciples that make disciple-makers’ within the ‘Dozen Domains’ of culture. His background includes working with Youth With A Mission (YWAM), receiving a Masters Degree from Regent University, and spending two decades pastoring within the local church. He’s the visionary and author of a one-year disciple-making journey, A Discipleship Journey, a member of the leadership team of Messenger Fellowship and a part of the pastoral staff at Grace Chapel. Dave and his wife, Cheryl, reside in the beautiful hills of Franklin, Tennessee where they enjoy their family and friends. View Guest page
Carey Casey is Chief Executive Officer of the Kansas City-based National Center for Fathering, joining the Center in March, 2006. Through his work across the country, Casey has earned a reputation as a dynamic communicator, especially on the topic of men being good fathers. He’s known as a compassionate ambassador, particularly within the American sports community. He is also author of the book, Championship Fathering – How to Win at Being a Dad (2009) and is General Editor of 21-Day Dad’s Challenge (2011). Since 2009, Carey has served on the White House Task Force on Fatherhood and Healthy Families. He also serves as a member of the executive committee of the National Fatherhood Leaders Group, which promotes responsible fatherhood policy, research, advocacy and practice. Casey joined the Center after 18 years in various roles with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, where most recently he was president of the FCA Foundation, gaining significant leadership experience with a large, successful, national nonprofit organization. His career has also included serving as chaplain at the 1988 Summer Olympic Games in Seoul, South Korea, chaplain for the Dallas Cowboys under Hall of Fame Coach Tom Landry, and chaplain for the Kansas City Chiefs. He continues to speak on life issues for numerous professional and college sports teams across America. View Guest page
Hajj is the founder of Brand Camp University the premier personal branding conference and author of 'The Brand YU Life: Re-thinking Who You Are Through Personal Brand Management'. He has been featured on ESPN.com, BusinessWeek.com, BlackEnterprise.com, various blogs and travels nationally speaking as a branding expert enabling personal and business brands to remain relevant. His branded clients include NFL athletes, Ford Motor Company, Skechers Footwear, U.S. Department of Defense (Telecom Division) and numerous colleges and universities to name a few. His book was selected as one of Fast Company Magazine 2008 Readers Choice Business Books of the year. He is a former collegiate athlete turned adjunct lecturer at his alma mater, Michigan Technological University, where he wrote the personal branding curriculum. He received his Bachelors of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Michigan Technological University and his MBA from Lawrence Technological University. He is married to his lovely wife, Kasandra. View Guest page
Chris Hogan might have been the most unlikely person to wind up working as a financial speaker. Why? Years ago, Chris was an All-American college football player who pushed future NFL players all over the field—far removed from the world of helping others find Financial Peace. For Chris, the path from football to where he is today was a long, but meaningful, journey. While he was a vice president of a well-respected company, helping clients manage all phases of their businesses, he realized how so many families, marriages and children were being affected by money issues. He felt powerless as he sat behind his desk and watched his clients throw away their financial futures. Chris knew things needed to change. That’s when he met Dave Ramsey, and his career found a new direction. Today, he helps spread Dave’s message of financial hope to audiences everywhere. An engaging and humorous speaker, Chris is an expert on subjects like mortgages, healthcare and investing. To promote financial education, he speaks at colleges and businesses, and conducts on-site training sessions at companies. Chris also works with high-profile clients, such as athletes, entertainers and businessmen, to help them develop a financial strategy to protect their wealth and secure their future. Chris has had insurance licensure and banking certifications in three states. He holds an undergraduate degree from Georgetown College and a master’s degree from California University of Pennsylvania. Chris lives with his wife, Melissa, and their three sons in Spring Hill, Tennessee. View Guest page
Mark Merrill is the founder and president of Family First, a non-profit organization dedicated to strengthening the family, which is the parent organization to All Pro Dad and iMom. Mark is the host of the Family Minute with Mark Merrill, a national daily radio program that reaches 2,400,000 people each week. The broadcast is heard on mainstream stations in 32 states, as well as Canada, XM and SIRIUS Satellite Radio and American Forces Network. He has appeared on numerous ABC, CBS, FOX and NBC network affiliates. His writings have appeared in many publications including USA Today, the Washington Times and Sports Illustrated. Mark speaks at conferences for companies such as Chick-fil-A, JPMorganChase, and Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, as well as events hosted by NFL teams, and special engagements for dignitaries like First Lady Laura Bush and Governor Jeb Bush. Mark, his wife Susan, and their five teenage children -- Megan, Emily, Hannah Grace, Mark, Jr. and Grant -- live in Tampa. View Guest page
Brian D. Molitor
Brian D. Molitor is a co-founder of GANTEC Inc. He is also the CEO of Molitor International, a consulting, training and coaching company with nearly twenty years of experience, serving clients in North America, Europe, the United Kingdom, the Caribbean and Africa. Molitor International specializes in organizational development and change management. Its unique Power of Agreement process teaches a wide variety of topics, including leadership, team building, interpersonal relationships, communication, trust building, conflict resolution, reconciliation, and problem solving. In addition, Molitor International customizes intensive executive development experiences for organizations pursuing leadership excellence. Molitor International’s "1000 Leaders" community initiative partners with local organizations to impact entire cities through local leadership development. Brian’s book, Win Win Win, helps people to identify their organization’s vision, mission, core values and operating principles, as well as optimize their most valuable resource - their people. View Guest page
Brian is a former all-American athlete, author and entrepreneur. He discovered that people could accomplish just about anything if they had the right perspective, took the right approach, lived by the right principles and walked through the appropriate process. He has traveled across the United States and other countries equipping listeners with the tools to overcome obstacles to accomplish their dreams. Audiences have been rejuvenated to run after their dreams as they discovered that those obstacles could be defeated. The response to BPM has been overwhelming! Brian Pruitt Motivational is equipped to inspire, challenge and entertain listeners on every occasion. Brian Pruitt was a sure pick for the 1995 NFL draft before being set-back by what seemed to be tragedy. Nevertheless, while faced with this obstacle, Brian Pruitt began to forge his unique message of hope and encouragement. By drawing from his own personal experiences, Brian enlightens both youth and adults alike on how to overcome obstacles. Brian graduated from Central Michigan University in 1995 with a Bachelor's Degree in Communications. A gifted athlete, Brian Played football for CMU and in 1994 was named First Team All-American. He has subsequently been inducted into the CMU Sports Hall of Fame. He has also been inducted into the Saginaw County Hall of Fame in Saginaw, Michigan. In addition, he has been a regional presenter for the Youth Alive-7 Project, and has been a featured guest on several television programs. Brian has been honored as a keynote speaker for well-known ministries such as Teen Mania. He has served as a Motivational Speaker and Life Coach for youth, adults, churches, sports teams, and businesses throughout the U.S, Canada, Mexico, and Sweden. View Guest page
John Sowers is the president of The Mentoring Project, a movement that exists to inspire and equip faith communities to change the lives of fatherless boys through mentoring. He is a founding member of the Formosa Theory and has been a part of the White House Task Force conversation on Fatherhood and Healthy families. Before taking the lead position at The Mentoring Project, John spent time working with both the Luis Palau and Billy Graham Evangelistic Associations. John has been asked to participate at the Q, Story and Idea Camp conferences and is frequently asked to speak in churches on the topic of fatherlessness in America and the how the church can play a role in reaching out to these children. Having grown up in a home without a father, he is the successful product of faithful mentoring. John grew up in Little Rock, Arkansas, and attended college at Ouachita Baptist University. From there, he received his Masters of Divinity from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School and attended Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary, where wrote his doctoral thesis on the crisis of fatherlessness. He is the author of Fatherless Generation: Redeeming the Story. He and his wife, Kari, live in Portland, Oregon. View Guest page