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Vernon Fox is probably most known for his tenure in the NFL for 8 seasons (2002-2009). Playing for the San Diego ChargersDetroit Lions, Washington Redskins, & Denver Broncos all 2 seasons. He graduated from Cimarron-Memorial HS (Las Vegas), where his jersey was retired. He then went on to Fresno State University where he received a bachelor’s degree in Sociology, while excelling in both athletics as a 2-time All WAC Conference Defensive Back and academically as a National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame postgraduate award finalist (Academic Heisman) & Academic All American. Aside from athletics,

Vernon has served in ministry for over a decade and is ordained as a licensed elder. He works as a youth leader and associate minister at the City of Refuge Church of God in Christ (Las Vegas,). He serves as a motivational speaker internationally, is a youth advocate, and lends his support to numerous charities. In 2013 he accepted the position as head football coach at Faith Lutheran High School and he helped lead them to their first state championship. In his 7-yr tenure he received two Coach of the Year honors and his teams earned 6 championships in 7 seasons, including 2 academic state championships. He has been married to wife Tai for 15 years and they have two children, Tailynn and Treylon. Vernon will be speaking on Identity (The Story of Gideon).

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