Tim Tebow joined the "Fox & Friends" co-hosts on the curvy couch Thursday morning to preview his new faith-based film and to discuss this year's "Night to Shine."

Hundreds of people gathered in New York City Saturday night to celebrate “Night to Shine,” a worldwide movement sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation that focuses on showing God’s love for those with special needs ages 14 and older.

Tebow, currently a minor leaguer for the New York Mets and a former NFL quarterback, launched "Night to Shine" in 2014.

This year, 655 churches from around the world came together to host "Night to Shine’s" fifth anniversary for approximately 100,000 honored guests through the support of 200,000 volunteers.

"It was just so incredible to be able to have red carpets at every single one of them," Tebow said. "Truly a night where people with special needs can shine, a night where the churches get to shine, but most importantly, a night where God gets to shine, because we're truly loving everyone and bringing people together."

Tebow also spoke about serving as executive producer on a new film, “Run the Race,” which is set to premiere on Feb. 22.

It centers on two brothers from a broken home who hold different points of view, but come together to overcome struggles on the football field and in life.

"It's that journey together of finding faith, hope and love, and understanding that there's a plan for your life," Tebow said.

Watch the "Fox & Friends" interview above.


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