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Bringing Meaning
and Purpose to
Fantasy Football

 
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The FFF Playbook

 
 
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The FFF Playbook provides weekly Fantasy concepts that relate to Biblical principles and our own lives. Each session includes discussion questions to unpack, a personal prayer, and a weekly challenge.

  • Start your "League Meetings" following your draft (during preseason) or begin with Week 1 of the NFL/Fantasy season and go through the book together as a league.

  • Videos complement each session and are available with your purchase of the FFF League Kit.

  • Choose between a paperback or eBook version of the playbook.

  • Weekly content takes you from your Fantasy Draft to the championship.

 

How FFF Works

Summary:

As you read and discuss the season-long Fantasy Football Fellowship Playbook, you will build deeper relationships, grow in your faith, and explore relevant topics that encourage and challenge you to follow Jesus and become more like Him.

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Form a League

A new or established league of 8-14 Fantasy Football owners decide to use the FFF Playbook during the season. Each league needs a commissioner or someone willing to lead the FFF discussions at “League Meetings.”

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Host a “Draft Day”

Each league organizes and attends their own Fantasy Football draft (we recommend in-person when possible). Churches can provide space for leagues to draft.

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 Attend League Meetings 

Meet weekly in a group setting with the league or have one-on-one "Matchup Meetings" to discuss the FFF Playbook (in-person, video chat, or conference call).

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Change Your Life

Build deeper relationships, grow in your faith, and explore relevant topics that encourage and challenge you to follow Jesus and become more like Him.

 

Find Out How Your Church Can Implement FFF

 
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Why a Ministry Resource for Fantasy Football?

In 2017, there were 59.3 million people playing fantasy sports in the USA and Canada. On average, players spend just under 8 hours a week on fantasy football.

Large numbers of people are passionate about playing fantasy football. Participating in a league is a natural way to build friendships and relationships, and automatically creates a built-in small group of 8-14 guys. Conversations about fantasy football can be used as entry points for discussions about life and faith. Fantasy Football Fellowship helps to make this happen!

 
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The FFF Team

 
Bryce is in his 15th season of playing Fantasy Football and enjoys reminding the other owners in his league that he’s never missed the playoffs.

About the Author

Bryce Johnson is the President and Founder of UNPACKIN’ it Ministries. Its mission is to challenge, encourage, and inspire sports fans to follow Jesus and become more like Him. Through media, PACKs, resources, and events, sports fans engage in sports conversations that lead to faith conversations.

Heard nationwide on Sports Byline USA and SiriusXM's Dan Patrick Radio, and on 730 The Game ESPN Charlotte at 9 EST Sunday mornings, Bryce hosts the syndicated UNPACKIN’ it radio show.

He also writes a weekday faith and sports devotional, UNPACK this; is a contributor to the Bible App and AthletesInAction.org; and is a speaker and emcee based in Charlotte, North Carolina where he lives with his wife, Jodi.

Bryce is in his 16th season of playing Fantasy Football and enjoys reminding the other owners in his league that he’s never missed the playoffs.


 

Author:
Bryce T. Johnson
 

Editor:
Darla J. Johnson
 

Book/Brand Design:
Darin Clark
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Theological Review:
Kris Dolberry-Pastor at The Bridge Church (TN)

Website Design:
Tyler Wessel
wesselcreative.com

Video Production:
Red Heritage Media
redheritagemedia.com