Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Game Changer: Faith, Football & Finding your way by Kirk Cousins

Game Changer: Faith, Football, & Finding Your Way
Game Changer: Faith, Football & Finding your way by Kirk Cousins

This little auto-biography is filled with faith! As I read this small paperback, I was inspired by this famous record-setting quarterback's obvious deep faith in Christ. This is the kind of book your sons need to read! A well-written story of an athlete who doesn't live just for the game, but for his Saviour! Mothers and sisters will be happy to know they can give this book to their sons/brothers...even husbands resting assured that it will inspire them in their manly walk with God!
Even as a woman, I found this an enjoyable and inspiring read! Even though I didn't understand much of the football terminology. (and even despite the fact that I'm not even interested in sports!) Kirk Cousins does a wonderful job with writing this autobiography. It is easy to comprehend, well-planned and delivers a fantastic message of faith.
A great gift for the men in your life!
I received this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review.

More about the book....
Record-setting quarterback for Michigan State University and draft pick of the NFL's Washington Redskins, Kirk Cousins pens an accessible and compelling collection of life principles for readers young and old. With engaging stories from his award-winning career, Cousins illustrates core biblical concepts while encouraging good choices, and, in the process, readers get an inside look at high-stakes football as well as the personal and highly motivating reflections of a much-respected athlete.
Now in softcover, Game Changer is a great pick for parents, coaches, athletes, camps, FCA groups, and family explorations. It is not a self-glorifying biography or a sterile collection of dos and don'ts, but rather a dispatch from a real Christian life-with all its ups and downs-lived under the bright lights of college and professional football.
  • Personal stories and struggles of a competitive Christian athlete
  • Truthful discussion of media hype and modern sports culture
  • Reflections on honesty, humility, hard work, and privilege