Lifeblood is about Tapping Into Jesus as the True Source of Renewal

Tapping Into Jesus as the True Source of Renewal

Out June 26

Endorsements

"John is a seasoned writer who passes along a great deal of wisdom in understandable ways through his work in Lifeblood. He gives honest, relatable perspectives about what it means for us to fully devote our lives to Christ—and why that devotion requires decisions every day to fully commit to Him. This book is especially for people who find themselves in a spiritual rut and in need of help to get back on track."
Matthew J.C. Branaugh, Editor at Christianity Today
"Lifeblood is a well written practical encouragement with down to earth word pictures that will relate to your everyday life."
Jeremy Moulton, Camp Shamineau
"John Brandon is among Inc.com's standout columnists. His pieces are consistently well written, popular with our audience and a good read. He's very knowledgeable and resourceful. On a personal level, John is a pleasure to work with and a favorite among our writers. I love working with him!"
Laura Lorber, Executive Editor at Inc. Magazine
"Loving God with all your heart, soul, strength and mind becomes attainable if you take the advice presented in Lifeblood. It's a refreshing—and freeing—primer on how to focus on your own spiritual condition and live as though you have Christ's blood flowing through your veins. In his authentic and approachable voice, John shows that spiritual maturity isn't how much you know about the Bible, or how often you go to church. It's about seeing yourself as a torch that glows with a flame produced by God."
Christina DesMarais, columnist for Inc. Magazine online
"An honest and transparent look at a biblical truth that needs to be heard in our day."
Pastor Joel Arndt, Senior Pastor at Community Alliance Church in Detroit Lakes, Minnesota

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Lifeblood Quote

"This idea of having Jesus be our lifeblood starts with just us and him. Of course, it literally starts when we give our lives to him. Then, the Spirit can move at any time and for any purpose, according to Philippians 1, which means he will figure out a way to transform our thoughts and actions one way or another."
"The idea with lifeblood is that we swim out into the deep end in our faith because we are having deep personal communion with Christ and so begin abiding with him in the wellspring of our daily routines. It means our every word and action flows from this communion, not from our own effort."