Corwin Anthony was a Tight End for UCLA in the late 80’s and graduated with an Economics degree. He went on to play briefly in the NFL with the LA Rams, NY Jets and Green Bay Packers. In 1996 Corwin joined the staff of Promise Keepers where he served in the Field Ministry Division for 4 years helping churches develop men’s ministries. In February of 2000, Corwin and his wife, Kim, joined Athletes in Action to serve as chaplains for the Miami Dolphins. In 2008 Corwin accepted the invitation to step into the role of AIA Executive Director of Pro ministries where he oversees the chaplaincy positions of 12 NFL teams and works with NFL coaches and executives across the US. Corwin also serves as the Program Coordinator for the Super Bowl Breakfast and oversees the AIA ministry outreaches at the Senior Bowl, Pro Bowl, NFL Combine and NFL Owner’s meetings.
Kim Anthony, formerly known as Kim Hamilton, grew up in the inner city of Richmond, VA. Against the odds she earned a spot on the US National Team as a gymnast and took the gold medal in a variety of meets around the world. She went on to become the first African-American female gymnast to be recruited by and receive a scholarship to UCLA. There she ended up being a 4-time national champion, a 6 time All-American and was inducted into both the UCLA and Virginia Sports Halls of Fame. After Kim graduated she spent a few years as a Hollywood movie stuntwoman, a free-lance gymnastics analyst and a sports broadcaster for ESPN. Kim currently serves as an author, speaker and executive coach on staff with Athletes in Action, working alongside her husband to provide leadership for the NFL chaplain wives and the NFL executive wives across the US. Her memoir titled, “Unfavorable Odds” has served to inspire the young and old to persevere through their pain to fulfill God’s purpose.