Glass was consensus All America at Baylor University before becoming a four-time All-Pro for the Cleveland Browns of the National Football League. He retired in 1969, having never missing a practice or game in 22 years of amateur and professional football.
Since 1972, Glass and his volunteers “have been visiting America’s prisons bringing inmates the message of the gospel.” Athletes, entertainers and musicians present their talents then engage inmates to discuss how the gospel impacts the believer’s life.
The presentations included:
Tino Wallenda-Zoppe, displaying high-wire skills from the world famous “Flying Wallenda” family
Tanya Crevier, who is billed as “the world’s finest female basketball handler”
Kenny Munds, formerly lead vocalist with country group Brush Arbor and recipient of two Academy of Country Music Awards; he has also played at the Grand Ol’ Opry and opened for such legends as Johnny Cash, Charlie Rich, Marty Robbins and Merle Haggard.