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Reaching New Heights
Snowboarder and Olympic Gold Medalist Kelly Clark had accomplished her life's goals by the age of 18.
Yet, success didn't leav... Read More
Reaching New Heights
Snowboarder and Olympic Gold Medalist Kelly Clark had accomplished her life’s goals by the age of 18.
Yet, success didn’t leave her feeling fulfilled. Two years later, at an event in Salt Lake City, Kelly stood at the bottom of the pipe, listening to one snowboarder console another who had just crashed: “It’s alright. God still loves you.” These words led Kelly on a new journey from an Olympian snowboarder into an awesome relationship with Jesus. This story of one of the world’s greatest snowboarders will encourage readers young and old to reach for the next level, knowing that God will be with them, win or lose.
About the Contributor(s)Natalie Davis Miller has been a professional writer for more that seventeen years, writing a variety of stories for print...
Natalie Davis Miller has been a professional writer for more that seventeen years, writing a variety of stories for print and web, including articles on many sports figures such as football legend and movie icon Daniel “Rudy” Ruettiger and Olympians Cullen Jones and Kelly Clark in the Zonderkidz biographies, Speed to Glory, The Cullen Jones Story and Reaching New Heights, The Kelly Clark Story. Miller connects with her subjects and tells their stories in an informative and inspiring way, with a personal goal to glorify God using her writing talents.
Series ZonderKidz Biography
Weight (lbs)0.2 lb
Case Weight (lbs)23.27 lb
Dimensions 7.56(h) x 5.31(w) x 0.38(d) inches
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