The Golden State Warriors superstar Steph Curry is a staunch believer from this childhood. He never forgets to thank God for his career and his family. Curry has been having an eventful career and credits Lord for his success.
Although the Warriors are having a tough time as they have lost seven of the past eight games. The most recent defeat came yesterday against the Atlanta Hawks. Despites of Curry’s 37 points, the Warriors trailed off by 111-117.
Regardless of the score, Curry is thankful to God. He posted a photo of his children on Instagram and said thanks to Jesus. Steph Curry wrote a verse from Bible, “Resurrection Sunday! Jesus is Risen. Thankful for all He us done and will continue to do for me and my family. Through it all! Enough said Luke 24:6-7.”
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How did Steph Curry grow up as a believer?
The former MVP grew up going to church. Every Wednesday, he used to attend the youth service at church. And on Sundays, he, along with the family, would attend the morning services.
The 33-year-old NBA superstar’s family shaped his life through Christianity from the very childhood days. Both his parents, Dell Curry and Sonya Curry, had instilled the value of God in their children.
Sonia explained in an interview how she conveyed faith to Steph Curry. “My faith to me is my strength. When I have questions, challenges, I read the Word, and it’s my beacon of light, my lighthouse,” Sonia said.
However, Curry has his own personal belief too. He emphasizes personal relationships more than a traditional practice. Curry conveyed, “My faith is about the personal relationship, more so than following a certain religious tradition or practice.”
It is not new, that Steph Curry takes to social media to convey some verses from the Bible. He often posted religious stuff and was always thankful to God in his good and bad times and is often so whenever he appears in an interview about his success.
In a season unlike any other, playing under tightened health regulations and without fans, Curry has managed to push his game forward. His outstanding performance keeps the Warrior in a competitive spot with a 23-27 record. However, Curry was out of the league and missed five games due to a tailbone injury. Now that he returned and scored 37 points, he seems thankful to God.
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