After being cut by the Green Bay Packers during training camp in 1994, Kurt Warner found himself working the graveyard shift at the Hy-Vee grocery store in Cedar Falls, Iowa, and living with his girlfriend Brenda and her two children in the basement of her parents' house. Just over five years later, Kurt completed his journey from supermarket to Super Bowl when he led the St. Louis Rams to victory in Super Bowl XXXIV.
In All Things Possible, Warner tells the story of his life both on and off the field, and the faith that keeps him going through bad times (scraping up $1.95 in change to buy gas to make it home in freezing weather) and good times (being named Super Bowl MVP). As an outspoken Christian, Warner peppers his gridiron reminiscences with expressions of his beliefs. Indeed, he sees this book--and his success--as "a forum from which to share the values, lessons, and faith that made it all possible." Add this to his list of achievements. --M. Stein --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
The amazing story of an NFL MVP quarterbacks journey from obscurity to the pinnacle of success
This is the courageous saga of Kurt Warner, a man who refused to relinquish his dream or his belief in Gods guiding hand and went on to become the winning quarterback and MVP of Super Bowl XXXIV in 1999.
More than just a thrilling sports story, this is also the intimate tale of how Kurts devotion to his family sustained him as he pursued his lifelong dream.
The hardcover edition sold over 100,000 copies, and the 2000 - 2001 pro football season shows that last years performance was not a fluke for Kurt and the St. Louis Rams. On December 14, 2000, Sports Illustrated honored Kurt as one of their six sportsmen of the year.See all Editorial Reviews
Book very good.
Numerous wrong words or misspelled ones.
Do not think it is Kurt Warner's spelling.
Kurt Warner's story is what America loves, the Underdog wins. I never knew the struggles him and his wife experienced to get where they are. Read morePublished 3 months ago by George Mayer
I loved the story, but it was so flatly written, like a boring letter from a kid's summer camp experience. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Maureen Rodriguez
I like how the book included his season of games as well as his life with his family. I would recommend this to any Christian to inspire them to keep going.
Jonathan, age 11
An awesome story of rags to riches but most importantly about faith.Published 12 months ago by fragrantroses