Worship leader and Christian artist Chris Tomlin recently joined Steph and Ayesha Curry in their Instagram live event called "Home & Hallelujah."
The live event was created by Curry to provide encouragement in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
In an article by CBN News, Tomlin – a Grammy Award winner and recipient of 23 GMA Dove Awards – joined Curry and his wife to sing Tomlin’s hit worship song "Good Good Father,” along with Tomlin’s two daughters.
"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," Tomlin posted after the event on Instagram.
"Let us continue to remember that our God is a good, good Father."
Tomlin aside, additional artists on Curry’s live event featured David Crowder, Kari Jobe, John and Aventer Gray, Johnnyswim, Jason and Lauren Kennedy.
Steph Curry, who is a 6-time NBA all-star, has repeatedly used social media as a platform for sharing his Christian faith.
For instance, he launched a Facebook series, "Stephen vs. The Game," last fall that highlights his journey to the NBA, “his accomplishments and all the things he had to overcome to become the best shooting guard ever in the league's history” according to IMDb.
The fifth episode in the series second series, “Faith,” was dedicated to Curry's faith and how his relationship with Christ has impacted all aspects of his life including his basketball career, family, and how he overcomes adversity.
In the episode, Curry explains that he puts his faith in Christ because “he knows he can only control so much, and that there is a much bigger power controlling the universe.”
"My faith is tested on the court as much as it is in life," Curry said on the show.
The 3-time NBA Champion point guard for the Golden State Warriors attributes his strengths, abilities, and talents to God as Curry's motivation “to put his faith first in all aspects of life, whether that is family, or on the court.”
"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 said.
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