Former NFL quarterback Kurt Warner has revealed that the most important thing in life isn’t football but faith and family.

During his NFL Hall of Fame induction speech, the 46-year-old outspoken Christian didn’t hold back on his faith to give God glory. It’s not the first time Warner has boldly professed his faith.

“His final moment was for me, my final moment is for Him. Thank you, Jesus!


I thank God, for taking me on this path.” 

He openly acknowledged God has guided him. Before he got his big break to play in the NFL, Warner stocked shelves in a grocery store.

“Thank you that you chose me for this, because no one will ever have a story like mine.

No one will ever take the path that I did to end up in the Hall of Fame. It was just about the journey God had taken me on.

Success isn’t defined by whether you have more points than the other guy. That’s not how God defines it.”