In 2004, the Red Sox made history -- winning the World Series for the first time in 86 years. More than anything else, the story of their season is about perseverance and faith, two characteristics that made them champions.

There's also been a lot of talk about the Red Sox breaking a supposed 86 year old curse -- "the curse of the Bambino" when they traded Babe Ruth to their arch-rivals the New York Yankees. Since then, no Sox team has won the World Series -- until now.

These men recognize that there was indeed a curse in their lives. However, it did not involve the trading of a baseball hero 86 years earlier. It was instead a curse inherited from the beginning of time. But, as these men have found out, there is an answer to this curse. Here you can read more of their stories and find out how you can "Reverse the Curse" in your own life.
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When the Red Sox won their first World Series since 1918, the supposed curse was finally reversed. Now, the "Reversing the Curse" DVD tells the exciting story of how the team accomplished their history making comeback against the Yankees, went on to win the World Series, and the inside stories of the players that made these events possible.


Get behind the scenes and hear from Curt Schilling, Trot Nixon, Bill Mueller,
Tim Wakefield, Mike Timlin, and others as they talk about how their faith has
influenced their lives both on and off field.

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