Study Guide Summary
The Study Guide is 36-pages and carefully coordinated with the DVD program. There are questions in each program section for children, teens, and adults -- although adults will find the questions for children and teens equally stimulating for discussion. The Study Guide is available FREE as a PDF download, (no purchase required) or we will print it out for you and mail it with the DVD for a few extra bucks. See the separate order buttons at the right.
Chapter 1: Love of Football.
enthusiasm, candor and humor, Coach Faust shares the ups and downs of his
career in three miraculous jobs, and how he was able to handle the good
and the bad because of three blessings that became three principles of life.
Chapter 2: Love of God.
first blessing. Coach shares how he learned to make God the center of his
life. Recounts his miraculous trip to Lourdes, and the important lesson
he learned there about giving, temptations and the power of prayer.
Chapter 3: Love of Family.
second blessing. Lean how Coach Faust demonstrates his love for his family
and the special things he does (both seen and unseen) to express his love
to his wife and children.
Chapter 4: Love of Self & Friends.
third blessing. Coach shares how he learned the meaning of friendship and
discipline; includes the hilarious story of Steiner and his favorite donkey,
and an important lesson about loyalty.
BONUS TRACK: Affirmation of Priests.
Faust celebrates the vocation of priests and religious as gifts from God
through a poignant and moving recollection of the 9/11 tragedy, and the
sacrifice of NY firefighter chaplain Fr. Michael Judge.
Coach Faust Bio
Gerry Faust was one of America's most winningest high
school football coaches, and preceded the legendary Lou Holtz at Notre Dame.
In this inspirational talk Coach Faust relates the dramatic stories from
his own life to illustrate the direct connection between our personal success,
our prayers, and our faith and trust in God. Recorded before a Catholic
men's conference in Kalamazoo, MI.
Mr. Faust is on the Advisory Board of the Catholic Men's
Fellowship and a former football coach at Notre Dame University and Akron
University. At Moeller High School he earned recognition as one of the country's
top high school coaches. Mr. Faust has become a popular speaker at Catholic
men's conferences across the U.S. where he presents the impact his faith
has had on his life.
Faust began as a three-time letterman quarterback at
the University of Dayton. His 18 years of coaching at Moeller High School
in Cincinnati (1963-80) produced a 174-17-2 record to go with seven unbeaten
seasons, four mythical national prep titles and five Ohio state titles in
his last six seasons. He coached Notre Dame to a 30-26-1 record, including
a 1983 Liberty Bowl victory and an '84 Aloha Bowl appearance, before resigning
at the end of the 1985 season. Faust spent the next nine seasons (1986-94)
as head coach at the University of Akron and finished with an overall record
of 43-53-3 at the school. This DVD is a great gift for men who need inspiration
and a lift from one of America's great football coaches. Valuable encouragement,
training, and great entertainment.
Directed by Stan Williams
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