Are there people in your life who don’t believe you can accomplish your goals or fulfill your dreams?
ProvePeopleWrong.com is a Web site started by four college hockey players designed to motivate the underdog and encourage people to reach for the stars.
Boston Bruins goaltender Tim Thomas is a prominent supporter of the movement. In the 2011 NHL Stanley Cup playoffs he himself became the oldest player ever to win the Conn Smythe Trophy, given to the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs MVP.
As Christians, we know that God is the source of our strength and hope. But as He expects us to do our best with the gifts that He’s given us, we are called to live life to the fullest, always with our neighbor in mind.
Through the Prove People Wrong Web site, human life is celebrated in a way often dismissed by much of our culture. One of the links at ProvePeopleWrong.com directs viewers to Matt Brown’s Web site. Matt was 15 when he suffered a serious hockey injury, leaving him paralyzed from the chest down. The Web site is a powerful testament to the love and support he constantly receives from his friends, community and even the Boston Bruins organization.
ProvePeopleWrong.com isn’t just about defying the odds but about celebrating the life we now live.