TommyGreen

Tommy Green, best known as the passionate flailing preaching front man of Sleeping Giant, has announced that he has written a book that will be available just before Christmas. The book, entitled Religio-Cide is for “anyone who wants to learn more about friendship with Jesus”, explains the new author. “Anyone who is a part of the bride who feels like their spirituality in Christ isn’t connected somehow or is empty or is over playing Sunday school and has real problems especially those who feel like they don’t know how to listen to the Holy Spirit in their prayer lives or the business of daily life. The people who know and the people who don’t.”

As a charismatic and contagious front man, Green has never shyed away from sharing his heart from the stage. His words touch many and his performance is the purest form of worship for any hardcore kid who has seen what the world has to offer and has chosen to go the other way.

The book will be available December 6th through Green’s church website www.revolutionreality.org as well as Amazon.com and Createspace.com

“This book is not perfect; it is not all encompassing in its

scope of the “Christian” life. It may not be accepted or

acceptable by all of the people in it’s intended audience.

It is not necessarily spelling out groundbreaking or new

ideas about Jesus, and discipleship, and the author is not

always consistent or disciplined. This short book is also

not meant to criticize without solution or teach without

experience. This is my honest dream of the beginning of

discipleship life. This is my life and friendship with Jesus

Christ, and whether you agree with what I have to say

or not, this is part of what I believe God is doing in my

Generation. He is so capable that he is using my glaring

immaturity and imperfection to display the glory of His

perfection in relationship. Please read with an open

mind and practice what is written. It might not change

your life in relationship with God or your relationship

with yourself and the world around you. But it just

might.

Please understand…. I love my King and I am out to

destroy any and every religious crutch that stands in the

way of true friendship.”

Tommy Green

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