Red Sox baseball great Curt Schilling strives to be a devoted husband and father. That might even be more challenging than being an excellent pitcher.
Schilling, who’s never been a public figure newsworthy for poor behavior, was asked whether faith plays a role in guiding him. He replied, “No, it doesn’t play a role—it’s everything.”
Curt and Shonda Schilling, together for more than 19 years, wrote a book entitled The Best Kind of Different describing their personal journey as parents learning their son had Asperger’s Syndrome (a form of autism) and as a couple devoted to their marriage in an era when divorce is common.
Be careful then how you live. (Ephesians 5:15)
Help me, Lord, to be a problem solver, not a quitter.