Mar 24, 2019
“Once you cry, you feel comforted. I would really encourage
people to cry things that they feel. Once you do that, that is
where the Holy Spirit really works... it doesn’t mean that it
changes the circumstances, it just means that you have comfort
within those circumstances.”
Candice Wiggins scored more points than any woman in Pac 10
basketball history while at Stanford . She was sixth woman of the
year as rookie in the WNBA and also won a WNBA title in her
Candice describes the moment that she first prayed for help with
basketball, while in the middle of becoming the first basketball
player (male or female) to score over 40 points in two games during
the NCAA tournament.
What caused her to "cry out"? How can she tell when the spirit
is with her? What are her methods for maintaining a
connection to God?
find her on instagram @candicewiggins2 or on twitter
speaks about Candice’s achievements and feeling the Spirit
immediately when chatting to her. [2:35]
- Candice talks about her Dad, how they had no
connection, and the negative impact he had on her life.
- Candice speaks about her Dad’s negative
influence just before her big game and reaching out to God that
- Candice feels emotionally dead.
talks about Candice’s quote. [7:29]
- Candice talks about Angels and God being with
her during her big game. [7:53]
- Candice talks about signs and feeling the
- Candice encourages everyone to cry, and speaks
about fasting. [10:00]
- Candice speaks about comfort.
Holy Spirit process. [11:00]
- Crying, rejoicing, tears of joy and faith.
- Candice talks about her game and playing for
- Candice learns about her father’s story.
and Candice talk about her fans and communication/feedback.
- Candice talks about Israel, Greece and a
strange question. [17:09]
is shallow, but has depth. [18:25]
talks about Candice’s retirement letter. [19:08]
- Candice talks about her dreams beyond
- Candice talks about tactics that strengthened
her spirit, fasting and her faith. [21:54]
- Candice speaks about verses she has memorized.
- Coaching basketball and being head of girls
volleyball and basketball at Blair High School [25:00]
- Candice talks about being open about her faith
in public schools, in America and in Greece. [26:13]
dreams are worth something. [27:30]
talks about Candice’s commitment to God and the