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Boldly Yet Humbly Declaring the Truth
Boldly Yet Humbly
Declaring the Truth
Steve Brown encourages Christians to step
up to share
their faith and speak out on what they
know is right.
It can be difficult to be a Christian in today’s culture.
Not only is the outside world hostile to Christians and their faith but the
voices that speak loudest don’t always speak for the masses. There are a lot of
assumptions out there about what Christians do and don’t believe. With all this
hostility, speaking up about issues related to faith can be intimidating. However,
in his new book Talk the Walk: How to Be Right without Being Insufferable(New Growth Press, June 3, 2019), Key
Life Network founder Steve Brown
calls Christians to step out and speak up about what they know to be true.
This attitude-altering book invites
Christians to cultivate both boldness and humility in communicating gospel
truth. By uncovering self-righteousness and spiritual arrogance, Talk the Walk shatters stereotypes and
helps believers consider how they present the good news without watering it
Brown writes that while we, as Christians,
may be right on issues of salvation and theology, we may miss the less
articulated truths of humility, love, and forgiveness. This guide unpacks the
call to “go out into the world” and share faith by being truthful and winsome. By
helping men and women love others out of a deeper love in Christ—the one who first
loved us—Brown helps Christians present the gospel clearly and with compassion.
“America and much of the world has gone through a massive
cultural shift over the past thirty years. That shift is called postmodern,
post-Christian, or perhaps transcultural. Whatever the name, the old and
traditional views of anthropology, sexuality, social norms, religion, and
culture have been set aside for the new views of tolerance, acceptance, and
freedom,” Brown shares. “Most thoughtful Christians I know are concerned about the
cultural shift and feel, as it were, as if believers are standing by a cliff,
telling people to be careful. Those folks to whom Christians express their
concern are tolerant, albeit dismissive. Believers stand by the cliff, giving
their message, ‘Look at the blood down there. Don’t get so close to the cliff!
It will kill you.’ But folks keep jumping.”
Talk the Walk explores the tools necessary to
accomplish an attitude change of confidence and humility, repentance and truth.
Readers will discover how to share the message of Christ without distorting it
and speak confidently without being cold. By operating out of humble gratitude
for the gospel, they will begin to talk the walk of Christian faith, reflecting
the love and truth of Jesus.
“I would hope that the reader would have a major ‘attitude change’ in
our call to ‘go into the world.’ I hope to give believers the tools necessary
to accomplish that attitude change,” says Brown. “Boldness, repentance,
compassion, confidence, humility, truth, love and street-smarts are the ‘takeaways.’”
Author and speaker
Elyse M. Fitzpatrick praises Talk the Walk by saying, “I have yet to
figure out how to be confident enough to speak truth to people and yet humble
enough to close my mouth when all I’m doing is showing off how smart I
(foolishly) think I am. It’s for this reason that I’m really thankful for this
book. Steve is a wise and gentle pastor, and he’ll help you (as he has me) feel
the pinch of truth while he pours in the gentle love of the Christ who knows you.
Get this book. Your unbelieving friends will thank you.”
Talk the Walk: How to Be Right without Being Insufferable
Steve Brown is the Founder of Key Life Network, Inc., the Bible teacher on the radio
program Key Life and host of the talk show Steve Brown, Etc. He was a pastor
for more than thirty years and continues speaking extensively.
He has authored numerous books, including How to Talk So People Will Listen, Three Free Sins, Hidden
Agendas and his latest release, Talk
the Walk. Brown has also written for publications such as Leadership, Decision, Plain Truth,
and Today’s Christian Woman. He previously
served as a member of the Board of Directors of Christianity Today and Harvest USA.
Brown and his wife have two married daughters and three granddaughters.
They make their home in Orlando, FL.
New Growth Press publishes gospel-centered Christian books, small group, and kids’
Bible resources for discipleship, biblical counseling, and missional ministry.
For more information about Talk the Walk:
How to Be Right without Being Insufferable and other resources from New
Growth Press, visit www.newgrowthpress.com.
To request a review copy of Talk the Walk, schedule an interview with Steve Brown, or for more information, please contact Audra Jennings, firstname.lastname@example.org.