Author: Brian Hardin
Paperback: 192 Pages
Publisher: NavPress (September 17, 2015)
Consuming facts and data about someone does not equal a relationship with that person. Imagine being married and your relationship consisting only of data about your husband or wife. You may have carefully reviewed boxes of personality profiles, stories, and videos, but does that qualify as a relationship?
What about your relationship with God? Reframe challenges you to reframe yourself, God and the relationship that connects you–and, from there, to embrace irreversible spiritual change. You are created in God’s image; you have His DNA embedded into your very core. The world and your life are engineered so that they will not work without Him. Come and be ruined for anything else but a life-giving collaborative adventure with the Almighty God.
Meet the Author:
He may be best known for founding Daily Audio Bible, the revolutionary Scripture podcast, downloaded nearly 40 million times, but Brian Hardin is truly a man of many hats.
With his trademark soul patch of whiskers and wisps of hair framing his face, the Nashville creative rose to recognition throughout the Christian music industry producing for the legendary likes of Larry Norman to modern radio regulars like Jill Parr and Manic Drive, earning hundreds of album credits and a healthy collection of Grammy and Dove Award nominations.
Along the way, he branched out into photography, landing everything from music industry publicity shots to portraits and corporate portfolios, alongside an eye for graphic design that found his work featured in Time, CCM, Christian Retailing and Gaither Homecoming (to name a mere handful).
It was from within these extraordinary accomplishments that an unexpected professional blow set Hardin on a path toward restored faith, and eventually, vocational ministry.
This book, Reframe, will reshape the relationship you thought you have with God. You’ll go from performing and jumping through hoops real relationship where you don’t put on an act for God. You’ll want a healthier relationship with God, which is what He wants from us! I suggest that you take your time with this book and not devour it in one day. This isn’t a novel to be read and possibly tossed aside once you’re finished. This book holds so much truth and so many life-changing and thought-provoking ideas. This book will not disappoint so give it a chance.
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