Your Choices Matter.
In a culture where authenticity is hailed above all else, just the act of professing sin and brokenness can sometimes be counted in our favor. Regrets of the past might serve as a badge of profound life experience in the present. After all, if we have no regrets we haven’t truly lived, right?
What happened to holiness? It’s a word with a lot of baggage, unfortunately, but it has also become the excess baggage we abandon at the dock as we board the ship of authenticity and transparency. And while it is healthy to be open about our shortcomings, we must move forward without championing them. Holiness is not just some fine ideal destined for generations past; it’s the unyielding pursuit that defines every Christian life.
How we live our lives matters. But holiness doesn’t start with new behaviors as you might think—it starts with new affections.
When you say the word “holiness” you may as well spray a can of conversation repellant on the crowd around you. Tyler Braun brings us back to the conversation closest to the heart of Christ. This book has already gotten me to dig deeper into my relationship with God and I know it will do the same for you.~ Carlos Whittaker, Blogger, Musician, Coach
Tyler Braun is a voice for this generation and those to come—pursuing holiness is a timeless quest. His honesty is refreshing and his passion for God and people is revealed in every word he writes.~ Anne Jackson, Author, Mad Church Disease: Overcoming the Burnout Epidemic and Permission to Speak Freely: Essays and Art on Fear, Confession and Grace
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