Cairn University is the primary sponsor of Faith On The Field Show—a radio show and podcast that talks faith and sports with professional Christian athletes.
This partnership will bring great opportunities to the University. An episode of Faith On The Field Show featuring President Todd Williams will air in early October. Rob Maaddi, founder of Faith On The Field Show, will host a book signing of his latest book, Birds of Pray, at Cairn University during the men’s basketball home opener on Friday, November 9, 2018.
“We are really excited to sponsor Faith On The Field Show,” said Paul Neal, sr. vp of marketing and enrollment. “This partnership allows for future internship opportunities for our students, especially those enrolled in our sports management program.”
Although only in production for under two years, Faith On The Field Show has featured star athletes, from women’s hockey olympian Gigi Marvin to MLB players Clayton Kershaw and Matt Carpenter. Several Super Bowl Champion Eagles, including quarterback Carson Wentz and head coach Doug Pederson, have appeared on the show and other Faith On The Field events.
Rob Maaddi said that the Faith On the Field Show team is “thrilled and honored to partner with Cairn University, whose mission statement aligns with the core values of our show.”
About Faith On The Field Show:
Rob Maaddi is a longtime Associated Press sports writer, author, TV personality and host on 97.5 The Fanatic. He launched Faith On The Field Show in April 2017 to “give athletes a platform to talk about the way Christ has worked in their lives” and to “help inspire, encourage, and challenge people to grow in faith.” Faith On The Field Show can be heard on Sundays from 12–1 pm and Wednesdays from 5–6 pm on 610 ESPN Philadelphia, 10-11 am on Saturdays on 107.5 Alive (Reading, PA), or accessed anytime on iTunes, YouTube, or the Joy FM sports app.
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