Former NFL star Tim Tebow said at the annual Passion Conference that all Christians have the same macro-mission to “love God and love others,” but every believer has a different “micro-purpose” specifically designed for them to do good works. Tebow recalled how, when he was 15, he discovered his mission during a trip to the jungles of the Philippines. There, he met a young boy born with his feet backward. Because of his deformity, the boy was looked on as “cursed and significant” by his village. Tebow said that God opened his eyes and touched his heart, and he believed on that day, God gave him a micro-mission to fight for every little boy and girl around the world like him, to fight for every single person that the world has looked past, to fight for every single person that other people say, ‘They don’t matter.’ Because to God, everyone matters.