Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Clayton Kershaw is best known for the curveball Vin Scully dubbed Public Enemy Number One. But Clayton sees his ability to throw a baseball as just one way he lives out his passion for God. In Arise, he teams up with his wife, Ellen, to share what they have learned about making a difference in the world while living out your God-given dreams.
Long before Clayton began his pro baseball career, he and Ellen made a commitment to live out their faith in Christ by giving to othersand they see their success on and off the field as blessings to be shared with those who are hurting most.
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