Cohutta, Ga. (PRWEB) August 20, 2014
On the outside, everything was seemingly perfect—full of youth, a loving family, football stardom, and admiring fans. However, life is not always what it seems, and perfection is perhaps an unattainable feat.
In “All In God’s Glory,” Curtis Cliff “Chip” Kell takes readers on the lifelong journey of a football Hall-of-Famer and two-time Consensus All-American football player and Southeastern Conference legend. Kell openly and candidly shares his story—from the start of his life, being adopted by two loving people, through a premature, unexpected, unprepared, career-ending injury.
“Being adopted into an athletic oriented family, having a father who was a high school football coach and that loved the game, led me to believe my life long plan was set. I was going to be a professional football player for as long as I wanted and then retire into a life of whatever appealed to me at that moment,” Kell said. “I never thought about a career ending injury, or poor decision-making, or any other obstacles that could destroy that dream in the blink of an eye.”
Discussing his struggles in making decisions, battles from standing up for what he believes in and his football days of glory, Kell takes readers on a journey, his journey to becoming a wiser person and closer to God.
“From early in my life, I was taught to never quit, to avoid depending on sports enhancing drugs and to never make excuses. Finally, I realized that GOD really gave me the strength to bust through the barriers to a lifetime VICTORY! This is my story,” Kell said.
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“All In God’s Glory”
By: Curtis Cliff “Chip” Kell
Available in softcover ($16.95), hardcover ($27.99), e-book ($3.99)
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About the author
Curtis Cliff “Chip” Kell is a football hall of famer and two-time Consensus All-American football player and Southeastern Conference legend. Growing up in a loving, adoptive family, Kell always had dreams of sport stardom. Suffering an unexpected, career ending injury, Kell put his focus in other directions. Kell currently lives in Cohutta, Georgia.
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