Former University of Alabama football player Taylor Morton documents his journey through the mountains of pain in his life -- from dealing with the death of his brother, to being diagnosed with cancer, to being forced to walk away from football -- and the hope that helped him carry the sorrows that he could not understand. Though pain in this life is inevitable, it's real and it hurts; and therefore, it must be handled delicately. One of the most inspirational college football stories in the sporting world today, It's Only Pain will help you find hope, joy, and the strength to live with purpose, no matter what unfolds in life.

 

Endorsements

“Taylor’s story is one everyone should hear. It shows what perseverance and faith can do when life presents the greatest challenges.” 

-Nick Saban, University of Alabama head football coach

 

“Taylor Morton is not just any young man. Through multiple setbacks, he has defined his life by helping others overcome adversity through faith in a loving, loyal God. He has chosen a motivational path that helps others meet the obstacles that blindside us in life, the tragic circumstances that arrive out of the blue.” 

-Scott Cochran, University of Alabama strength and conditioning coach

 

About the Author

Taylor Morton, author of It's Only Pain, is a motivational speaker, youth pastor and former football player for the University of Alabama. Taylor lost his brother, Trent, in a four-wheeling accident in 2007, and was diagnosed with cancer in 2013. His passion is using his pain to help people discover hope, joy and purpose through Christ. Taylor is the founder of Converge Ministries, which exists to break down racial, social, and denominational barriers that hinder Christ-followers from coming together and worshiping the one, true God.

It's Only Pain

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  • Release Date: November 12, 2015

    Author: Taylor Morton

    Book: Paperback - 5.5" x 8.5"

    Page Count: 240

    ISBN: 978-0-9962675-2-6