It was a crisp winter day when six-year-old Kacey McCallister lost both of his legs, forever altering the course of his life. This unthinkable trial could have broken him, but from that day forward he chose to rise above his circumstances and learn to live without limits.
For those struggling to find hope in the depths of physical, spiritual, or emotional trials, this incredible story of one man's unbreakable courage will inspire and motivate readers to not only survive but thrive amidst life's challenges.
A true testament to the power of the human spirit, When Life Gets You Down, Rise Up! demonstrates the refining power that can be found in the midst of overwhelming odds, a power available to all who will take hold of it and rise.
|Size||6 x 9|
|Published||Covenant Communications 2019|
|Audiobook Narrator||Kacey McCallister|
|Audiobook Runtime||Approximately 8.25 hrs.|
This book was such an amazing one to read! I was blown away at the courage and endurance that Kacey McCallister has shown throughout his life. Kacey was so blessed to have wonderful parents, doctors, teachers, and leaders that encouraged him along the way. Even though Kacey's story should make you sit there and cry at what happened to him, readers will be so lifted up by Kacey and his great spirit. I know that reading about Kacey's life really made me want to try harder and dig deeper into my own soul. Kacey proved to himself and those around him that if you try hard you can do anything.
If you are looking for a book that will encourage & uplift you, then I KNOW that When Life Gets You Down: Rise Up! is a must-read book for you! This book is a 5-Star book that should be read by all ages of readers.
What an example. Well written and able to lift me. Thank you.
I really enjoy reading books like this one. This is a true story of someone who deals with hard things in their lives. My favorite thing about this kind of book is being able to see that someone else can rise above things. And knowing that I too, can rise above my own hard things. And so can you. We all have them.
This one is about Kacey, as a six year old he lost his legs in an accident. And, instead of letting him get down about it, his parents pushed him. They pushed him to be the best version of himself he could be. Not the crippled boy in the corner. Reading his story, I think that is what made all the difference in his life.
You see, Kacey doesn’t believe there is anything he can’t do. And he has done everything. As I read this one, I was amazed by just how many things he has done. He’s been a Spartan, several times, even getting the Trifecta award. He wrestled, ran track, did cross country, you name it, he’s probably tried it. And he learned a lot of lessons about himself and about life on his journey.
I loved the way he wrote his own book. He did a great job making it readable and interesting. You definitely want to read this one. I loved every bit of it!