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by Aaron Mark Reimer category: Book
I am so appreciative for all the support that people have given for The Art of Being Broken. It's meant so much to me as I've written and prayed and hacked it apart and put it back together. Being a self-published book, the only way people are going to hear about it is through your voices and the voices of the people you impact. Your words as individuals carry a lot of weight, but together they can really impact the awareness of The Art of Being Broken. To that end, I am using this great platform, Thunderclap, to gather together social posts of support in advance so that they all launch simultaneously on June 15, 2015 at 11am EST! With your help, my release date of June 15th will make a HUGE social impact! Thank you for lending your voice to help make my book a success! #BeingBroken
About The Art of Being Broken:
The Art of Being Broken isn't a self-help book or a book of academic theology; it's a book about walking together as broken people in a broken world, and the way God wants to use that brokenness to make beautiful works of art. With humor, insight, and transparency, Aaron Mark Reimer offers hope for our common journey.
What if everything isn't fine?
What if there is life outside of our shells?
What if there is beauty underneath our masks?
What if there is healing beyond our brokenness?
What if we could see the image of God in ourselves?
What if God's best art is made from our broken pieces?
In The Art of Being Broken, Aaron Mark Reimer opens up an authentic, sometimes awkward, occasionally hilarious, one-way conversation about our brokenness, the things we use to cover it, and the healing that can come through exposing it.
Aaron Mark Reimer
Aaron Mark Reimer was born on Prince Edward Island, Canada, in 1980, and his parents promptly moved him west to Ontario. He is a pastor, a writer, a speaker, a musician, and a bit of a geek. Works include The Art of Being Broken, Worshipping Through John: A Devotional For Praise Teams, and a short story about going to Jupiter with his dad that he wrote when he was seven.