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From the PublisherPeaceful is my secret name. It's something I've struggled with for years. Thanks to Kary Oberbrunner I was reminded of the power of identity and my position in Christ. If you want to know who you are and who God says you are, I encourage everyone to pick up a copy of Your Secret Name.
— Renee Johnson, The Devotional Diva, is the author of Faithbook of Jesus and creator of Throw Mountains, a pro-church speaking tour for adults in their twenties and thirties and the churches who love them. www.devotionaldiva.com. — Renee Johnson, , Author
Kary, the cool guy with the girl's name, sucks you into the mystery of names. This book examines how labels can subtract from a person's well-being, how titles prompt us to judge a person's worth and how God's names assign a secure and transforming identity. You'll never look at names the same way again.
—Sarah Cunningham, author of Picking Dandelions, and blogger. www.sarahcunningham.org — Sarah Cunningham, , Author
“Finding our identity in the Cross of Christ is one of the most freeing moments in a believer’s life and Kary knows it’s also one of the most important moments. Kary has written a book that every believer needs to read because every believer needs to know their secret name and find the freedom in that name.”
—Shawn Wood, teaching pastor at Seacoast Church and author of 200 Pomegranates and an Audience of One and Wasabi Gospel. — Shawn Wood, , Pastor and Author
Most of us are on a quest—a quest to prove 'them' wrong, carve our own path, and make a name for ourselves. In Kary's new book he asks a disarming question: “Why get caught up in this name game when we already have a Secret Name fashioned by God himself?” Brace yourself as you get ready to discover yours.
—Tony Morgan, pastor, author, strategist. Tony Morgan Live.com — Tony Morgan, , Pastor and Author
Finding life's purpose often begins with the stunning revelation that we are loved. But our vision must then move quickly beyond ourselves lest we drown in the subtle quicksand of narcissism. 'To find our life we must lose it' by doing something beautiful for others that allows them to hear the whisper that they too are beloved...especially those who have been told their whole lives that they are anything but loveable. Shane Claiborne, author, activist, and recovering sinner. www.thesimpleway.org — Shane Claiborne, , Author And Activist