Still Growing: An Autobiography

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Gospel Light, May 1, 2008 - Biography & Autobiography - 256 pages
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Kirk Cameron is best known for his role as loveable teenage troublemaker Mike Seaver on the award-winning TV series Growing Pains, but his rise to fame and fortune is only part of his incredible story. In this intimate autobiography, Kirk opens up about his early years, his rocket to stardom, his life-changing encounter with Jesus and the hard choices he’s made along the way to live in the Way of the Master. Fans will get an up-close and personal look at what drives the former teen-magazine heartthrob and find out how God and family became the secrets behind his celebrated smile. In his own words, Kirk shares how he’s still growing—even through the triumphs and temptations of his Hollywood career.

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User Review  - Doug Neiner - Goodreads

This was a charming read and challenging at times. It was difficult to read the chapter about Camp Firefly without tearing up. More than the first part of the book is just fun information about his ... Read full review

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User Review  - Susan - Goodreads

Kirk Cameron is a well spoken young man. I was impressed with his well written Testimony of what God has done for him and through him. Heartwarming to read of his journey so far. The title is very ... Read full review

About the author (2008)

KIRK CAMERON is a television and film actor best known for his Golden Globe® nominated work on the TV series Growing Pains and for his role as journalist Buck Williams in the Left Behind feature films. Kirk produces and co-hosts “The Way of the Master” TV series, winner of the National Religious Broadcasters’ Best Program of the Year award, and produces and appears regularly on The Way of the Master radio show ( He is married to Growing Pains and Left Behind co-star Chelsea Noble, with whom he has six children, and they live in Southern California. Together they run Camp Firefly (, a retreat for seriously ill children and their families.

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