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Bill's life has been contrasted by deep darkness and glorious light, characterized by overcoming through perseverance, stained by underachievement and then finally experiencing success that few will ever know. Although he started his life as a bottomed-out paralyzed teenager, Bill Renje becomes a two-time Paralympic gold medalist, a happily married man, a blessed father of three children, and a successful businessman. With the support of his family and an abiding Christian faith, these values have carried Bill through his thirty-three year journey from tragedy to triumph.
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Publication Date: 2012
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A Chosen Bullet: A Broken Man's Triumph through Faith and Sports is the life story of one of the biggest Chicago Bears' fans ever. The impact of faith and sports on Bill's life will inspire and motivate you to believe in the power and grace of God. In 1985, the Bears captivated the nation by dominating on the field with focus and determination like no other team in NFL history. 25 years later I learned that our team also inspired one of our greatest fans to win and triumph in the biggest game of all - THE GAME OF LIFE. A triumph in which he has showcase in a must read. A Chosen Bullet will awaken the consciousness within your soul to Gods unconditional love and grace. -Tyrone Keys, Super Bowl XX Champion & Founder of All Sports Community Service
The world of Chicago sports has always been built on the principles of heart, toughness, grit and determination. Drawing from the lessons taught by Windy City giants like Ditka, Payton and Jordan, Bill Renje Jr. tells us how he rode his own remarkable perseverance on his way to writing an admirable tale of personal redemption and triumph. -Kevin Kaduk, Editor of Yahoo! Sports Big League Stew and author of Wrigleyville
Bill's journey told in these pages is inspiring. His spirit comes alive as a great example of courage and will to his children and family. It's a lesson every kid in the Chicago schools should hear -- not to mention every Chicago sports fan who shares his passion. -David Haugh, Award-winning sports columnist with the Chicago Tribune