Tim Tebow's 'Night to Shine' prom in Columbus brings unexpected love

Published: Feb. 21, 2017 at 8:49 PM EST|Updated: Feb. 22, 2017 at 10:29 AM EST
Email This Link
Share on Pinterest
Share on LinkedIn
(Source: Chasity Stevens Facebook)
(Source: Chasity Stevens Facebook)

COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) – A woman with cerebral palsy found unexpected love at Tim Tebow's Night to Shine Prom in Columbus.

Kaylyn McBride, 23, has always prayed to God for a soulmate to do life with and her dad had the same prayer. In a Facebook post by McBride's cousin, Chasity Stevens, she shared how McBride has the sweetest heart for God and others that's contagious.

Although she is completely handicap and confined to a wheelchair, McBride did not let that stop her from her from witnessing to others.

On October 23, 2016, McBride's father committed suicide and left her, her two sisters, and mom devastated.

"However, Friday night, Feb 10th, 2017 at the Night To Shine Event, Kaylyn felt her father had an impact on her prayer being answered," McBride's cousin, Chasity Stevens, stated in a Facebook post.

At the event, McBride and James Stoe instantly connected and danced the night away. Ever since the prom, they have communicated every day and Kaylyn even went on her first date with Stoe.

"He tells her that she makes his heart happy! And she feels the same way," Stevens said.

"God truly used the work of Tim Tebow Foundation Night To Shine Event to bring these two precious souls together... and for that I am thankful," stated Stevens.

Stevens shared this love story in hopes that it will reach Tim Tebow!

Copyright 2017 WTVM. All rights reserved.