Many times we look to relationships like: Beyonce and Jay-Z or Kim and Kanye. Not realizing that they are not the epitome of a real relationships. I personally look up to people like my parents, and many of my parents married friends who are like Aunts and Uncles to me. But recently a couple that is new to me has definitely shined a bright light on relationships for me. Stephen Curry and Ayesha Curry. The first time I even witnessed Curry was in Game 1, and when I saw his game I knew he was great. But what made Curry different is that he gave God all the glory for each game he won. This makes him a lot different than the other players. For instance, Lebron who had an interview, and acclaimed all his skills to himself.
To Continue, after Game 1, I had to see who this Curry character was, and I stumbled upon his wife’s instagram and began to scan her page and her bio, and the first word was “believer.”
I know you want me to get to the point and explain why I look up to their relationship. Well here is the answer. God comes first in their relationship and just from instagram, and the news I can see that clearly. I read an interview that was done on Mrs. Ayesha and she was talking about how faith was at the front of her household and relationship, and I could not have been happier. They don’t downplay their Christianity.
Another article talked about how they did not want Curry to express his faith, and it talked about his story, and how he got to where he is now, and that is his faith in Christ, and he exemplified that. I didn’t see Curry cussing out any of the refs or the other team, he was was humble when he lost, ecstatic and humble when he won. Regardless, Curry still gave thanks to the one who truly got him there.
Not only are he and his wife great examples, but they are a great example for their little one Riley, and will continually be great for the one on the way.
Shout to Curry and the Warriors on the Win, and on the Humility. We need to see more teams like this (Lebron get together).