Living the Braveheart Life: Finding the Courage to Follow Your HeartRandall Wallace
Are you ready to embrace your life with your whole heart? Randall Wallace is the Oscar-nominated creative force behind the critically acclaimed box-office hits Braveheart, Pearl Harbor, Secretariat, and Heaven Is for Real. Now in this inspiring memoir, Living The Braveheart... Read More
Randall Wallace is the Oscar-nominated creative force behind the critically acclaimed box-office hits Braveheart, Pearl Harbor, Secretariat, and Heaven Is for Real. Now in this inspiring memoir, Living The Braveheart Life, you'll discover how the Holy Spirit gave him the courage to follow his dreams and helped him win on the greatest battlefield of all---the one inside the human heart.
Once chosen as a speaker at the National Prayer Breakfast, Wallace shares how reflecting back on his life and career at that moment opened his eyes. “I’m not a philosopher or a preacher; I’m a storyteller, like Jesus. As nearly as I can tell, that’s my only similarity with him. Except for one other thing: like him, I’ve also cried out, ‘My God, why have you forsaken me?’” Fans of Braveheart will see how the Spirit who created Braveheart formed Randall Wallace’s life and career. Not the other way around.
- Store Only: Yes
- Product type: Book
- Format: Hardcover
- Release Date: Sep 8, 2015
- UPC: 9780718031473
- Volumes/Discs: 1
- Pages: 224
- Publish Date: Sep 8, 2015
- Language: English
- Audience Age Maximum: 0
- Audience Age Minimum: 0
- BISAC: "BIO000000"
- ISBN: 0718031474
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- Braveheart...It Is What It Is by Beth on 11/10/2015
“Living the Braveheart Life” is a chance to look at things from an angle that is not often explored. Randall Wallace gives an open and honest evaluation of what life is like when something takes over your life in a way that you never expected. He takes a chance at opening his life to the reader and shares the experiences he went through. He shares the truth regarding the final statement he makes in his book “All of us die. And all of us can really live.” Wallace spends time allowing readers to find ways in which they can truly live and find joy in the life, while living it. This book also allows the reader to consider the importance of finding who is the most important when it comes to attempting to impress others and who doesn’t really matter in regards to impressions.
Wallace’s honesty and willingness to admit that he, himself, doesn’t always know the answers and finds things related to God a mystery still, is very heartwarming and appreciated.