Former Indianapolis Colts coach and now NBC analyst Tony Dungy is part of a three-minute video for a Christian adoption agency that is billed as a "pro-family" alternative to Madonna's Super Bowl halftime show. Dungy has raised money for groups fighting gay marriage. From One News Now, which runs news from a Christian perspective:
Most of the country will be glued to the television Sunday evening for the Super Bowl -- but Christians, especially those hosting watch parties, are encouraged to play a free video message from a former championship coach as an alternative to Madonna's halftime show.
Tony Dungy and his wife have recorded a three-minute video on the topic of adoption. Marc Andreas, vice president of marketing for the adoption agency Bethany Christian Services, shares about the video -- and the Dungys. ... It will be great to ... share a personal message from Tony about children -- about adoption, orphans and children.
Bethany Christian Services successfully fought against a nondiscrimination clause based on sexual orientation for adoptions in Virgina, so we know what their definition of "family" is, and it doesn't include me. And with Madonna "bringing gay" to the Super Bowl, we know which side she is on.
Joe.My.God has the three-minute video.
Hat tip to Jim Allen.