40 Days of Metal and Spirituality
Pub Date: 2010
New York Times bestselling author Brian "Head" Welch returns with a raw and unforgettable journey through his life with Christ and the scripture that has helped lead him into deeper intimacy with God
In 2007, Brian “Head” Welch, the former lead guitarist for the hard-rock band
Korn, shared the dramatic story of his music, drug addiction, and miraculous redemption through Jesus Christ in his New York Times bestselling book, Save Me from Myself. Inspiring and compelling, this book began a new chapter in his life, as he acknowledged the mistakes of his past and looked forward to a brighter future with God at his side.
Now in Stronger, Head continues to share his personal life with an unflinching forty-day devotional of scriptures that have helped him to mold his Christian faith and find light during life’s darkest moments. Written with passion and openness, this forty-day journey offers stories from Head’s past and present, as he speaks candidly about his bouts of depression since finding God, his struggles against the darkness as he’s tried to understand his faith, and how, through these times of weakness, God’s written word has been one of the keys to making him stronger than he’s ever been. Applying both the Old and New Testaments to every aspect of his life—from his time with Korn to his new solo career to his life-altering decisions to his relationship with his daughter—Head details how, no matter what the issue, God has always provided the guidance he’s needed to become a stronger person.
One part journal chronicling his evolving relationship with God, one part spiritual testament to the undeniable strength of the Bible, Stronger is a devotional unlike any other—both a moving tribute to the transformative power of the word and a no-holds-barred look at what it means to give yourself completely to Jesus Christ.
About the Author
Brian "Head" Welch was one of the founding members of Korn. In 2005, after an intense spiritual awakening, he was instantly delivered from years of substance abuse with almost no symptoms of withdrawal. Today he lives and prays with his daughter Jennea in Arizona.
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