As priesthood bearers, we must realize that all of God’s children wear the same jersey. Our team is the brotherhood of man. This mortal life is our playing field. Our goal is to learn to love God and to extend that same love toward our fellowman. We are here to live according to His law and establish the kingdom of God. We are here to build, uplift, treat fairly, and encourage all of Heavenly Father’s children. (Dieter F. Uchtdorf, "Pride and the Priesthood," Ensign, November 2010.)When Elder Uchtdorf spoke at the October 2010 General Conference, he likely had never heard of Brandon McEuen, starting quarterback for the Safford High School Bulldogs, or Teren Bingham, starting quarterback for the Thatcher High School Eagles. But it's hard to imagine a better real-life example of the message Elder Uchtdorf sought to convey. The video (below) tells a wonderful missionary story of Brandon and Teren, opponents on the field but teammates in the priesthood. You can also read about them in the Church News.
(Brandon and Teren don't excel only in football. Brandon was selected as Gila Valley basketball player of the year, and Teren was on the honorable mention team.)