What if we began to recognize trouble and adversity as sacred, rather than scarring?
Jesus promises peace and trouble for His followers. But most of us accept the peace and are confused and angry when adversity comes our way, turning our backs to God in the midst of our pain.
All-American soccer star Mo Isom knows the struggle firsthand. While her life seemed like a success on the surface, behind closed doors she was suffering through an eating disorder, the suicide of her father, and a horrific car accident. It wasn't until God wrecked her life that she finally found life and discovered the true glory of renewal through Jesus Christ.
Take the journey from broken to bold and learn to surrender your life to the King who was first wrecked on your behalf.
"Mo reminds us that brokenness is actually the very place God meets us the most, and the place where we can find Jesus like never before. I can't wait to see this book unleashed to the world!"-- Jefferson Bethke, New York Times bestselling author of Jesus Religion
"A raw and honest story. This book will bring you hope in your own journey."-- Shelley Giglio, cofounder of Passion Conferences/Passion City Church;chief strategist of sixstepsrecords
"Mo tells the amazing story of God's grace and redemption in her life as He uses what was broken and makes it beautiful. You will find life and grace as you turn each page."-- Melanie Shankle, New York Times bestselling author of Nobody's Cuter Than You
New York Times bestselling author Mo Isom was an All-American goalkeeper for the Louisiana State University soccer team. She holds the LSU all-time goalkeeper record as well as the #3 SEC all-time shutout record. She trained with the US Women's National program, was honored as National Player of the Week, has appeared on ESPN SportsCenter Top-10 Plays, and has been featured in Sports Illustrated and appeared on Ellen, ESPN, CBS, The 700 Club, and countless other platforms. Isom speaks nationally and internationally, and facilitates a faith-centered blog that has garnered millions of views to date. She and her husband, Jeremiah Aiken, live in Atlanta, Georgia.