Growing up in a Catholic household, faith in God was not something he took seriously. He said, "Faith wasn't the reason I lived my life. God wasn't the focus of everything I did. He was just kind of a part of it. I went to Mass and felt like it was more of a thing I was supposed to do more than necessarily wanting to do it or wanting to have that strong relationship...but I really didn't know the extent that I needed to give my life to Him like I do now." After a tornado touched down in Arkansas in 1996 killing both of his wife's parents, he realized that he needed a change. He says of that experience, "That situation showed me that you don't know what is going to happen tomorrow. You have to live life for today and for this moment. It was at that point that I realized the Lord needed to be at the center of my life. I couldn't wait until tomorrow or next year. It needed to be right now." He continues, "Thanking God is a constant thing in my life. It is not just for something specific He did on the football field to help us win; it is for everything that He has done in my life up to that point and for everything He will continue to do in my life from here until eternity." His name is Kurt Warner.
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