On Thanksgiving, many Americans across the country take time to express gratitude and show love to others. This could look like spending time with family or giving back to a local community, but Heisman-winning former NFL Quarterback Tim Tebow is setting out to make positive change on a global scale. Though he’s been serving others through the Tim Tebow Foundation for over a decade, he’s now hoping his new project could inspire others in a brand new way. Tebow joins the Rundown to discuss his new one-year devotional “Mission Impossible”. He discusses why he felt driven to create this devotional and how he hopes it could encourage readers to become the best version of themselves.

Holidays are rife with traditions, and one of the most universal traditions respected on Thanksgiving is the sharing of food. A typical Thanksgiving meal in America will include turkey, stuffing, and cranberry sauce but what is the significance of those specific foods and how did they become the staples that we know them as today? Chef David Burke is a culinary expert who owns multiple restaurants across the globe, and he joins the Rundown to explain the origins of the food we eat on Thanksgiving and how they tie into America’s history. Later, he dishes on how cooks can elevate their food this holiday season by putting an innovative spin on some classic recipes.

Plus, commentary from Jim Daly, president of Focus on the Family.