Home And Hallelujah
Stephen Curry, and his wife Ayesha, are hosting an Instagram live event called “Home & Hallelujah.” Amazingly, the Christian couple wants to spread hope and light during this tough season due to coronavirus pandemic.
In an Instagram live event called “Home & Hallelujah,” Stephen and Ayesha Curry, along with the Christian artist and worship leader Chris Tomlin joined together in singing a worship song to God.
Chris Tomlin is an award-winning Christian artist who won a Grammy and GMA Dove Awards. While Stephen Curry is an NBA star known for being outspoken of his Christian faith whether online or offline.
Chris Tomlin wrote on Instagram, “What a beautiful evening of worship… thank you @stephencurry30 and @ayeshacurry so much for inviting me to be a part of this moment and thank you to all those who welcome me into your home tonight. Let us continue to remember that our God is a good, good Father.”
Chris Tomlin On Good Father
The 47-year-old worship leader reminded the people of their identity before he started to sing. He said, “A reminder tonight to the people that no matter what the world tries to say about you, he says.” Then he added, “You are My loved son and you are My loved daughter. He is a Good Father. So I thought we’d sing that together.”
So Stephen sang together along with his wife and Chris with his daughters.
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Moreover, the NBA star’s live event also guested John and Aventer Gray, Johnnyswim, Jason and Lauren Kennedy.
Outspoken Faith Of Stephen Curry
In one of the episodes of “Stephen vs. The Game” series, Stephen dedicated it to the impact his relationship with Jesus Christ has had on his basketball career and his family, according to CBN News. “And how he deals with every obstacle that comes his way.”
“My faith is tested on the court as much as it is in life,” the 32-year-old Christian said on the show.
The Golden State Warriors point guard highlighted that he fully believes that “his strengths, abilities, and talents come from God.” And he claims that this pushes him to put his faith above other things.
“I put believer first, because that is supposed to be the roots of everything that I do as a believer, as a husband, as a father, and on down from there,” he proclaimed.
Source: CBN News