Bryan Fraser


What Bryan's readers say:

- "I read a lot of Christian books, but this is the first time I've ever written a review on Amazon. I get something out of most books I read, but it is extremely rare to come across something that I would describe as "life changing". This book fits the category of "life changing" for me.

- "Some of the pieces of the puzzle Bryan shares I knew. In other areas he addresses, I knew something was wrong, but couldn't put my finger on it. Some things just blew me out of the water."

- "As I read Fraser, I hear echos of A.W. Tozer."

- "He writes (and clarifies) what I've thought most of my life! I just couldn't write it the way he did."

- "How could your book leave me so breathless? I took teaching notes from every chapter..."

- " appreciated brevity that cuts through the big words and complicated intellectualism that has so far surrounded discussions about postmodern thinking. But I get it now."

An adult convert from agnosticism to Christianity, Bryan brings a penetrating and outside-the-box slant to faith, discipleship, and the Christian's role in society. He grew up in southern California and has since made his home in northern Idaho, Portland, Seattle, Vancouver, Haida Gwaii, Vancouver Island, and Saskatchewan. His reflections on the evangelical experience are forged out of his sojourns as a Presbyterian youth minister, logger, art salesman, Bible church pastor, timber cruiser, mountain climbing instructor, police chaplain, and forest manager.

Bryan is a registered professional forester in British Columbia and Saskatchewan, and a piper in the Prince Albert Highlanders Pipes and Drums. He holds the Master of Christian Studies and Master of Divinity degrees from Regent College.

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Where to buy in print


Go: A Short Theology of Why the World Won’t, Can’t, and Shouldn’t Come to the Gospel
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 44,290. Language: English. Published: January 30, 2014. Category: Nonfiction » Religion and Spirituality » Christian Ministry / Evangelism
We're all supposed to invite our friends to church, right? An unchurched "pagan" for his first 23 years, pastor Bryan Fraser critically explores the theological, cultural, anthropological, and historical assumptions behind with the wide-spread practice of "magnet" evangelism we all take for granted.
No Demons, Please… We’re Evangelical: The Spiritual Roots of Addiction
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 31,280. Language: English. Published: January 19, 2013. Category: Nonfiction » Religion and Spirituality » Christian Life / Spiritual Warfare
Christian men today face more than temptation in their struggle against sin. Demons have breached our walls and taken them down by the millions. Using the testimony of his own deliverance from spiritual captivity, a former pastor and police chaplain calls evangelical Christians to wake up to the invisible strategies against us we can no longer afford to ignore.
You Can't Start Over, But You Can Start Today: God’s Heart for Men in Recovery
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 38,100. Language: English. Published: August 24, 2012. Category: Nonfiction » Religion and Spirituality » Christian Life / Men’s Issues
A former pastor reflects on his long captivity to compulsive addictions and meditates on some of the essential truths about God’s character that released him to recover.
The Hidden Life: Living Inside-Out to Release God's Blessing
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 35,080. Language: American English. Published: June 20, 2012. Category: Nonfiction » Religion and Spirituality » Christian Life / Spiritual Growth
While we are naturally inclined to artificially separate our visible and unseen lives, genuine fruitfulness requires that we live one integrated life before God without hypocrisy. The flesh compels us to work to bear fruit. But our works make us barren. Fruit comes forth not in those who do, but in those who are.
Millennial Evangelism: The Delicate Art of Preaching an Intolerant Gospel to a Tolerant Generation
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 40,920. Language: American English. Published: June 20, 2012. Category: Nonfiction » Religion and Spirituality » Christian Theology / Apologetics
This book tells you the one problem the gospel solves for those born since the early 1980’s (hint: it's not guilt!) and explains why the gospel doesn't require people to first believe in sin before they can believe in Jesus. The author describes how we have allowed many elements of discipleship to creep into our gospel that only create hostility in the 21st-century mind.

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