fspn is the Faith + Family Sports Programming Network, with the mission of providing safe yet creative content for all ages to enjoy across all genres, presenting positive role models and good character in sports and entertainment, engaging our world with encouraging stories that inspire people in their daily decisions to “be a light” and positive influence in this world.
fspn is a unique broadcast media non-profit company with the vision for “filling the gap” between traditional sports media with faith-based content, engaging viewers and audiences with broadcast quality, high-profile interviews and creative programming talking with athletes, coaches and entertainers about their faith and family, as well as entertaining programming that supports the truth of good values in our community and global citizenship.
Our team is deeply committed to integrity and character, and we’re experienced in sports/TV broadcasting, feature films, writing, producing and directing endearing works of art through visual storytelling.
And join us for our live events at during Super Bowl week. Go to www.faithfamilysports.com
PO Box 1777
Castle Rock, CO 80104
Jess Stainbrook CHIEF ENTERTAINMENT OFFICER
Frank Bokoski Jr. DIRECTOR OF MEDIA OPERATIONS
Michael Robert Executive Producer
Ellie Stainbrook Reporter/Youth Producer
Pro Football Players and Coaches give positive feedback on fspn!
“This is not about football. It's about faith, framed by football and some of the game's greats who demonstrate that there is much more to their lives than Xs and Os and blocks and tackles.”
“It is gratifying in this day of shock journalism to read about athletes and coaches who are striving each day to be good teammates, family men, and contributors to their communities. Their stories are engaging, inspirational and remind of the privilege I had of playing my NFL career under the tutelage of Coach Landry, who taught all his players to be better men.”
“Here are things that matter: If I can’t trust you off the field, if you’re not accountable in the community, it’s going to rub off. I’m not going to force you to be this way, but if you want to be on this team then you have to do it.” ,
“Fans want to peer under the curtain, they want to know who we are as people, I think any TV Outlet that gives guys the opportunity to truly be who they are and share what their all about without any reservations..… One more outlet, especially when it comes to faith and a place where fans can learn more about you, I think is always a good thing.” -
“I really believe that’s where our team’s greatest strength (togetherness) comes from, they know that, they have come to appreciate that, they have witnessed that, the power that comes from giving yourself to others. I believe that’s what this team is all about.” -
“Whether it is character, family or football, (the fspn team) can relate to and properly share these stories of men who quietly leave a legacy that does not seek recognition or fame. The selfless attributes that sold out athletes represent will cause many to understand why football is America’s favorite sport.”
“My dad had two core values; to treasure relationships, and to make a meaningful difference in the world in a positive way. We do it against the back drop of sports, which gives us more power because of the role modeling. That’s ultimately what we’re here for.”