When addressing reports that he and singer wife Ciara decided to forego a North Carolina wedding due to a transgender bathroom law, Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson kept his focus on Jesus.
"I'm just going to simply talk about, I just believe Jesus loves all people," Wilson said, according to ESPN. "That's honestly what I believe, and I just always constantly pray for world peace. I pray for peace in the world. I pray for joy."
Earlier this year North Carolina passed House Bill 2 that says people must use the bathroom of their biological sex and not their gender identity. more >>
Now that former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow wants to become a professional baseball player, the sports figure is hoping to wow at least one of his MLB prospects into offering him a contract.
More than 20 MLB teams will attend the Heisman Trophy winner's workout on Aug. 30 in Los Angeles, according to ESPN.
Tebow hasn't played baseball since his junior year at Florida's Nease High where he was a 2005 all-state baseball player and hit .494 with four home runs, 30 RBIs and 10 doubles, helping the team to reach the Final Four of the state's playoffs. more >>
From one Christian baseball playing quarterback to another, Russell Wilson has some advice for Tim Tebow.
The 2007 Heisman Trophy winner has been the topic of headlines and ESPN sports shows since he announced his plans to pursue a professional baseball career, something that Wilson has already accomplished. Now, the Seattle Seahawks quarterback has some wisdom to share with the NFL quarterback-turned-sports analyst.
Monday Morning Quarterback reported earlier this week that when Wilson was asked to share advice with Tebow about embarking on a career in baseball, he replied: "Hope he can hit a curveball. Baseball's pretty hard." more >>
When three Team USA hurdlers swept the 100 metres hurdles event at the Olympic games, Lolo Jones found confidence in God even though she wasn't able to participate in the event she has been working hard to qualify for.
Team USA hurdlers Brianna Rollins, Nia Ali and Kristi Castlin gave the United States its first sweep in the event by finishing first, second and third. Jones, the 34-year-old hurdler who placed fourth in the same event at the 2012 London Olympics, did not qualify for the 2016 Olympic games after a string of injuries.
She decided to joke about the matter on social media by posting a meme of cartoon character Homer Simpson backing away slowly into bushes. more >>
She tweets live commentary during her husband Steph Curry's basketball games and shares intimate family photographs, but Ayesha Curry is making it clear that her family is living for God – not social media.
"We're not doing it for the 'gram," she said. "We are living for God, each other, our children, and enjoying life."
The 27-year-old food maven and wife of the Golden State Warriors star point guard is gearing up to release her cookbook The Seasoned Life: Food, Family, Faith, and the Joy of Eating Well. In it, she shares 100 of her favorite recipes that get the whole family involved – including personal stories like how she met her husband. more >>
Russell Wilson is inviting his fans along for the ride as he combines two of his favorite pastimes – baseball and charity.
The Seattle Seahawks quarterback is throwing a pitch out at Seattle Mariners vs Los Angeles Angels game on September 2. The 27-year-old NFL star and philanthropist is urging people to buy a Mariners themed t-shirt for his Why Not You foundation.
"Join the Mariners and the Why Not You Foundation for Why Not You Night at Safeco Field," a statement on the Seattle Mariners website reads. "Purchase through this special offer and receive a Mariners Why Not You T-shirt and give $12 back to the Why Not You Foundation. Redeem your T-shirt (while supplies last) by bringing your ticket to Section 339 before the end of the 4th inning." more >>