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Blessed Are the Misfits
By Brant Hansen
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 12/9 Mark Wheeler wrote: Christian books tend to be written by megachurch pastors, people with an outstanding testimony, those who have overcome great odds to become wildly successful, and others who have a riveting story to share. While we encouraged and entertained by these books, many times we walk away wondering why we don’t ... Good news for the rest of us
On 12/7 Jay Mayo wrote: Blessed are the Misfits by Brant Hansen is an interesting book that addresses common spiritual struggles that introverts experience, from the perspective of a "misfit" who understands their struggles firsthand. This book provides encouragement for people who may have believed their spiritual struggles ... Encouraging!!!
On 12/6 Reader wrote: Incredible! Comforting! Awesome! Inspiring! Assuring! I want to put exclamation after exclamation in my review of this book. Brant Hansen has a very different outlook and inner look at spiritual matters that really blessed my heart. Over and over his words said ... Blessed Are the Misfits by Brant Hanson
On 12/5 Lovely Loveday wrote: Blessed Are the Misfits is an informative read that takes you through an intriguing exploration of why many Christians feel like they do not fit into the traditional church culture and shows other ways to express your faith. Hansen helps show you that many things we often see is that Jesus spends time ... A very informative read
On 12/5 Yvie wrote: While American church culture (and American culture at large) seems largely designed for the extroverted, it’s estimated that half of the American population is introverted, and they’re often left wondering how, even if, they fit in the kingdom of God. As one of them, popular radio host Brant Hansen ... Ten Stars!
On 12/4 cassandra95011 wrote: I received a complimentary copy. The author shines a truth on a problem that most people actually have. I felt that while some may not even see this as a real thing, the need to fit into God's way socially can burden people. If you have a craving for faith based love and respecting your private ways ... Blessed Are the Misfits By Brant Hansen Review