Olympian Bryan Clay Knows Redemption
Victorious Against All Odds
Victorious against all odds. The true nature of redemption is remarkable. And no one knows that better than Bryan Clay—and Olympic champion who was once a traveler on the dark road to destruction. From his broken family to his troubled youth, Clay’s odds in life were more in favor of ending in criminality than in athletic victory on the world stage. But thanks to his mother—a woman of conviction, relentlessly dedicated to prayer—God’s design for his life began to develop in a most miraculous way, turning Clay into champion of more than just athletics but also of faith and family. Priceless lessons of trust, perseverance, and hope remind us that life is precious and—just like the sport that afforded Clay the title of World’s Greatest Athlete—every second counts.
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