COMING SOON TO THEATERS: The Miracle Season
Hey yall! I’m excited to share the trailer for a heartfelt family film coming soon to a theater near you. The Miracle Season opens April 6, 2018.
Based on the inspiring true story of West High School girls’ volleyball team. After the tragic death of the school’s star player Caroline “Line” Found, the remaining team players must band together under the guidance of their tough-love coach in hope of winning the state championship.
Is there a sport or activity that you had to overcome struggles to master? My son is 9 year old, and he started playing soccer when he was 7. Soccer is not the biggest sport in Louisiana, by any means, so I thought it was cool that he wanted to participate at all.
When he joined, he was a bit on the small side and was disappointed that he never got to play the positions he wanted to play, and that he never scored a goal. There was always a kid bigger and faster than he is, so he had to put his whole heart into the game to get noticed and work hard at practices to improve his skills.
We have just finished his third season in soccer and I am so proud at the way he has improved! He was made the main goalie of his team this year, and he even got to score a goal in one game while playing striker. He was a real asset to his team and I could tell his confidence was sky high. I know he’s learned that size doesn’t matter, and that the way to get better at anything is to work at it, and he can apply this to so many situations in his life.
Leave me a comment telling me your story and be sure to check out The Miracle Season on April 6!