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    Tim Tebow Surprises Students with Special Needs at Prestonwood Baptist Church

    Updated: February 12, 2019 at 10:15 am EST  See Comments

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    Tim Tebow Surprises Students with Special Needs at Prestonwood Baptist Church

    PLANO, Texas— A group of students got the surprise of a lifetime this past Friday morning when Tim Tebow showed up unexpectedly at Prestonwood Baptist Church. That evening the church was hosting one of his foundation’s Night to Shine prom events for special needs students.

    The students are enrolled in St. Timothy Christian Academy, a ministry partner of Prestonwood Christian Academy. The school for students with learning differences in grades 1 through 12 is housed at Prestonwood Baptist Church. The 26 students were gathered in an atrium area for a meeting when Tebow stepped out of the elevator.

    “I was surprised it was him,” said Noah Sullivan.  “It’s my first time meeting him. He’s great.”

    Jacob Phegley, another student, said, “I think it’s very cool that he’s here. He’s very nice. I liked when he said we would all be crowned king and queen.” Tebow wasn’t kidding: later that night, Jacob would be crowned “King Jacob Phegley.”

    Started by the Tim Tebow Foundation, Night to Shine is a prom night experience for people (ages 14 and older) with special needs. This past Friday, more than 650 churches in America and across the world held their own Night to Shine events, celebrating over 100,000 special needs students in their communities. 

    This was Prestonwood Baptist Church’s fourth year hosting Night to Shine. More than 600 participants from throughout North Texas attended the event,

    The remainder of this article is available in its entirety at Christian Headline

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