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Christ Community Welcomes NFL Today Host, James Brown, to WOW Weekend

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On February 11-12, James Brown (JB), veteran broadcast sports analyst and host of CBS’ NFL Today, will visit Christ Community Church in St. Charles for a dynamic interview about faith, family, and living a life of significance. 

Throughout his career, JB has worked beside many well-known sports figures such as Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long, Dan Marino, and Shannon Sharpe. His extensive sports knowledge, as well as his likeability and credibility, have earned him numerous awards including the 1998 and 1999 Emmy Awards for Outstanding Studio host for FOX NFL Sunday and the 2002 International Black Broadcasters Association’s Broadcasting Excellence Award. 

In addition to his thriving career, JB is known for his consistent integrity in the world of sports and broadcast television. He is passionate about people and relationships, striving to do “the right thing the right way, all of the time.” Larry Stratton, Community Impact Director at Christ Community Church, is eager to welcome Brown, saying, “JB is one of the most highly respected sports anchors in the business. We are excited to have him with us to share his experiences in the sports world and his keys to living a life of significance.” 

Join us for WOW Weekend as JB tells some great football stories and challenges each of us to fulfill our unique God-given role in order to improve the lives of others.  JB will be interviewed live by Senior Pastor Jim Nicodem at Christ Community Church, located at the northwest corner of Randall Road and Bolcum Road in St. Charles. Worship services are Saturday, February 11 at 5 pm and Sunday, February 12 at 9 and 11 am. Services will be video cast to Christ Community’s Aurora, Bartlett, and DeKalb Campuses the following weekend. This is a free event, open to the public, and no ticket is needed.

For details and directions, visit the church website at ccclife.org/jb.

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