Stephen Curry is loaded with confidence but very little if any, cockiness. Sometimes he points his right index finger upward after making one of the long, high-arcing rainbow jump shots that have become his trademark. It was a practice he began at Davidson, at his mother’s suggestion, as an outward sign and internal reminder that God gets all the glory for his success. Stephen is always a believer of the Lord wants the best for you. Before his first practice as a freshman, he received a text from his mom. Stay faithful and work hard, she implored. She also included her favorite verse, Romans 8:28 (ESV): “And we know that for those who love God all things work together for good, for those who are called according to his purpose.” To this day, Curry still writes that Scripture reference—and Philippians 4:13—on his game shoes. Curry is a record-breaker and a devout Christian and is profiled by Joshua Cooley in the May/June FCA Magazine, the publication of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. Until now he is not ashamed on what he believes. Stephen inspires young Christian to follow their dreams and to pursue their Christian life happily.