Rocky Seto was living the dream as an NFL coach. Working for Pete Carroll and the Seattle Seahawks, Seto was a part of a team that made two straight Super Bowls and an NFL championship in 2013. And then, after the 2016 season, Seto decided to leave his dream job and enter ministry, as a pastor.
Seto played college football at USC in 1997 and 1998, and then became a coach soon thereafter where he would help the Trojans to the AP National Championship in 2003 and 2004, and win the Rose Bowl 5 times.
In 2010, he would join coach Pete Carroll with the Seattle Seahawks where he would remain until his departure in 2017.
Seto is now pastoring Evergreen Baptist Church in La Puenta, California.
In part 2 of our two part interview with Rocky, he shares about his time with the Seahawks, faith in the locker room, why he left football to go into ministry full-time and following the call that God had placed on his life.
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