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Reset Stories

Every life has a chance at a reset (click here).  Those moments come when we realize the life-changing power of grace and we are changed from the inside out.

One of the missions of this site is to share the stories of life resets.   We invite you to read these reset stories.

Reignite.021Clemson center’s return from depression allowed him to be part of special season

Clemson center Jay Guillermo almost wasn’t a part of the historic season the Tigers experienced in 2015.  After learning to manage his depression, Guillermo returned with a new attitude and perspective. Click here.

‘Death crawl’ opened doors to ministry for ‘Facing the Giants’ star

Jason McLeod was in-between his high school graduation and the start of football at Georgia Southern when he played the role of Brock in “Facing the Giants.”  The pivotal scene, the death crawl, was a wakeup call for McLeod and opened the door to ministry.  Read his story here.

Former Clemson kicker finds peace through faith

Jad Dean, former Clemson kicker, was living out his childhood dream of playing for the Clemson Tigers.  A missed kick in his final home game against in-state rival South Carolina launched him on a mission to find peace and ultimately to find a way to serve God. Read his story here.

Faith is game changer for former Gamecock QB

Dylan Thompson, former South Carolina quarterback, had a life reset that came in his freshman year.  That reset led to a journey that has helped him to share his faith with others.  Thompson was recently released from the San Francisco 49ers and is now looking forward to what God brings next in his life.  Read his story here.

The reset of Mickey Mantle

Mickey Mantle, MLB Hall of Famer and legendary player for the New York Yankees, experience a moment of reset that came late in his life.  His friend and former teammate, Bobby Richardson had the chance to talk to his friend and discover that Mantle journey had brought him to faith.  Read his story here.

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