A football player that diehard Broncos fans would recognize. Timothy Richard Tebow, also known as Tim Tebow, started his football career as an outstanding college athlete.
Moreover, he was also an avid practitioner of his faith, with the term “Tebowing” named after him. It is kneeling in prayer even though people around you do not do the same.
Want to know who the parents of this successful football player are?
In addition, do Tim’s parents also have other kids aside from him? Learn more about their family by reading the article below.
Tim Tebow’s Parents’ Love Life
Born to Baptist parents in the Philippines, Tim Tebow is of biracial parents. Robert and Pamela met at the University of Florida in the late 1960s.
They were college students, Pamela being a college freshman and Robert being a sophomore during the time.
After almost a decade in the couple’s relationship, they decided to get married on the 12th of June 1971, just before Pamela’s college graduation.
The couple then moved to the Philippines in 1985 and built a Baptist missionaries ministry in the country.
Eventually, when Tim was already three years old, they decided to move back from the Philippines to the United States in Jacksonville, Florida.
Tim Tebow’s Father Robert Ramsey Tebow II Biography
A missionary and known man of faith, Robert Tebow is the father of available football player Tim Tebow.
Before becoming the missionary, we all know now, he attended the Western Seminary Portland Campus for several years.
He is a graduate of Master of Divinity and Master of Theology from the seminary and has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Florida.
Tim Tebow’s mother, Pamela Elaine Biography
Tim’s mother, Pamela Elaine, is of Filipino descent.
Moreover, when the couple decided to move to the Philippines, Pamela was diagnosed with a horrible disease called amoebic dysentery and eventually fell into comatose.
When she was suffering from the said illness, the couple got alerted to the news that Pamela was currently pregnant.
Unfortunately for her, the medicine that she was taking that time to treat her could cause placental abruption.
The doctors treating her at that time were expecting a stillbirth, an event where the baby would die after 20 weeks of pregnancy.
Of course, the professionals recommended that Pamela undergo abortion, a medical practice illegal in the Philippines.
Fortunately, due to the couple’s Christian faith, they decided to keep the baby, which turns out to be Tim.
Tim Tebow’s Siblings
The couple has five children altogether, including Tim. He has two sisters and two brothers.
Katie Tebow, Christy Tebow, Robby Tebow, and Peter Tebow. Christy is believed to be the oldest of siblings.
Tim is also thought to be Robby’s twin brother.