Season of a Lifetime DVD review

(Disclosure:  I received the movie Seasons of a Lifetime in order to facilitate my review.  All opinions shared are my own.)

Season of a Lifetime is a really good documentary about a high school football couch who was diagnosed with ALS and wants to coach for one more season before retiring.  This touching movie shows the love and the respect that the team players have for their coach.  Jeremy does not let his diagnosis stop him from loving God, and doing what he loves to do at the school.  This movie also shows his son, who was diagnosed with Spina Bifida.  This family was actually shown and had their house re-done on Extreme Makeover.  This movie has taught me that no matter what may come in our lives, with our faith, we can still overcome and continue to live life to the fullest.  Don't let it stop you.  It hits home to me because of me having heart disease, I am still living life and loving every moment and I am not letting it hold me back.  This is a great movie to watch as a family.   Be sure to have your tissues ready.

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About Season of a Lifetime:  The inspiring story of head football coach, Jeremy Williams, who, terminally ill with the ALS (commonly referred to as Lou Gehrig's disease) refuses to retire, deciding to coach for one last season.  Rick Cohen's cameras follow him as a resilient Greenville Patriots high school team battles a tough Region 4 schedule in their quest for the Georgia State Championship.  A father figure to his underprivileged players, Coach Williams is also a loving husband to high high school sweetheart, and a loving father to two kids, one who is stricken with a debilitating disease.  Family and faith are the driving inspirations that enable Coach Williams to strive toward the impossible, making it truly a Season of a Lifetime.