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Scott W. Box is the founder of the ministry, Worship Hero. Scott's mission is to change the way people understand and practice worship by providing tools to "Pursue Jesus. Reflect Jesus." as a habit leading to hope; to become heroic worshipers. Scott's a nice guy, and you'll have all the time in eternity to get to know him and go on adventures together. But first, introductions are necessary. He wants you to meet the Great Hero, Jesus Christ.
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Heroic Disgrace
Order out of chaos. Hope out of fear. — A Worship Hero Story
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Overview


Foreword written by Brian "Head" Welch, co-founder of the Grammy Award winning band Korn and New York Times best-selling author of Save Me From Myself. - "Heroic Disgrace is truly a remarkable story about one man's fight to find authentic freedom. I am extremely confident this book will change many lives." - Brian "Head" Welch — Author's Note: This is my story of being: Too broken to be a hero. Too sinful to be a worshiper. Too fearful to be hopeful. Yet heroic as Jesus is heroic. But my story is only the beginning. Because, as it was in my journey, brokenness is only the dawning of your adventure…Heroic disgrace comes next.
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Foreword written by Brian "Head" Welch, co-founder of the Grammy Award winning band Korn and New York Times best-selling author of Save Me From Myself. - "Heroic Disgrace is truly a remarkable story about one man's fight to find authentic freedom. I am extremely confident this book will change many lives." - Brian "Head" Welch. — I was raised as a hero and groomed to be a worshiper. But a lot went wrong along the way. A debilitating mental disorder is a caustic pill for an arrogant man to swallow... The All-American 1980s and 1990s I lived through greatly influenced my early understanding and practice of heroism and worship. Sadly, by the mid-2000s, an undiagnosed mental disability began torturing my mind. Unbalance shattered me to the point I could not be either the hero or the worshiper I had once believed I was supposed to be. My mind and my heart were broken. I was living in disgrace. Eventually, my determination to regain my health helped me begin to untangle what I grew up understanding about heroes and worshipers. Ultimately, Jesus showed me—a professional church music leader of twenty-plus years—how to begin to pursue Him and reflect him as a habit, to become a heroic worshiper. Out of my mental chaos and fear, the Great Hero, Jesus Christ, led me to order and hope. Today, I know for certain, because Jesus lives in me, I can "be heroic as He is heroic." I'm amazed. The process of understanding heroic worship has been a lifetime in the making. The results will be eternal.
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Overview


Foreword written by Brian "Head" Welch, co-founder of the Grammy Award winning band Korn and New York Times best-selling author of Save Me From Myself. - "Heroic Disgrace is truly a remarkable story about one man's fight to find authentic freedom. I am extremely confident this book will change many lives." - Brian "Head" Welch — Author's Note: This is my story of being: Too broken to be a hero. Too sinful to be a worshiper. Too fearful to be hopeful. Yet heroic as Jesus is heroic. But my story is only the beginning. Because, as it was in my journey, brokenness is only the dawning of your adventure…Heroic disgrace comes next.

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Description


Foreword written by Brian "Head" Welch, co-founder of the Grammy Award winning band Korn and New York Times best-selling author of Save Me From Myself. - "Heroic Disgrace is truly a remarkable story about one man's fight to find authentic freedom. I am extremely confident this book will change many lives." - Brian "Head" Welch. — I was raised as a hero and groomed to be a worshiper. But a lot went wrong along the way. A debilitating mental disorder is a caustic pill for an arrogant man to swallow... The All-American 1980s and 1990s I lived through greatly influenced my early understanding and practice of heroism and worship. Sadly, by the mid-2000s, an undiagnosed mental disability began torturing my mind. Unbalance shattered me to the point I could not be either the hero or the worshiper I had once believed I was supposed to be. My mind and my heart were broken. I was living in disgrace. Eventually, my determination to regain my health helped me begin to untangle what I grew up understanding about heroes and worshipers. Ultimately, Jesus showed me—a professional church music leader of twenty-plus years—how to begin to pursue Him and reflect him as a habit, to become a heroic worshiper. Out of my mental chaos and fear, the Great Hero, Jesus Christ, led me to order and hope. Today, I know for certain, because Jesus lives in me, I can "be heroic as He is heroic." I'm amazed. The process of understanding heroic worship has been a lifetime in the making. The results will be eternal.

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Book details

Genre:SELF-HELP

Subgenre:Motivational & Inspirational

Language:English

Pages:176

Format:Paperback

eBook ISBN:9781098397210

Paperback ISBN:9781098397203


Overview


Foreword written by Brian "Head" Welch, co-founder of the Grammy Award winning band Korn and New York Times best-selling author of Save Me From Myself. - "Heroic Disgrace is truly a remarkable story about one man's fight to find authentic freedom. I am extremely confident this book will change many lives." - Brian "Head" Welch — Author's Note: This is my story of being: Too broken to be a hero. Too sinful to be a worshiper. Too fearful to be hopeful. Yet heroic as Jesus is heroic. But my story is only the beginning. Because, as it was in my journey, brokenness is only the dawning of your adventure…Heroic disgrace comes next.

Read more

Description


Foreword written by Brian "Head" Welch, co-founder of the Grammy Award winning band Korn and New York Times best-selling author of Save Me From Myself. - "Heroic Disgrace is truly a remarkable story about one man's fight to find authentic freedom. I am extremely confident this book will change many lives." - Brian "Head" Welch. — I was raised as a hero and groomed to be a worshiper. But a lot went wrong along the way. A debilitating mental disorder is a caustic pill for an arrogant man to swallow... The All-American 1980s and 1990s I lived through greatly influenced my early understanding and practice of heroism and worship. Sadly, by the mid-2000s, an undiagnosed mental disability began torturing my mind. Unbalance shattered me to the point I could not be either the hero or the worshiper I had once believed I was supposed to be. My mind and my heart were broken. I was living in disgrace. Eventually, my determination to regain my health helped me begin to untangle what I grew up understanding about heroes and worshipers. Ultimately, Jesus showed me—a professional church music leader of twenty-plus years—how to begin to pursue Him and reflect him as a habit, to become a heroic worshiper. Out of my mental chaos and fear, the Great Hero, Jesus Christ, led me to order and hope. Today, I know for certain, because Jesus lives in me, I can "be heroic as He is heroic." I'm amazed. The process of understanding heroic worship has been a lifetime in the making. The results will be eternal.

Read more

About the author


Scott W. Box is the founder of the ministry, Worship Hero. Scott's mission is to change the way people understand and practice worship by providing tools to "Pursue Jesus. Reflect Jesus." as a habit leading to hope; to become heroic worshipers. Scott's a nice guy, and you'll have all the time in eternity to get to know him and go on adventures together. But first, introductions are necessary. He wants you to meet the Great Hero, Jesus Christ.

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