Every day, we all fight the same fight--the fight of following the direction of God or the plans of man. We are often led to believe that the need to be successful should be our priority, but chasing earthly vanity only leads to an endless cycle of heartbreak.
In the midst of it all, God is waiting for us to turn to Him. While the idea of seeking God may seem frightening, when you finally run to His open arms, you will find that He is eager to save you, redeem you, and completely take care of you--offering you all that you have been striving for.
Within The Transparent Life and Your Eternal Destiny, author Brian Gaither reveals the life-changing power of boldly approaching God to meet all your needs. Through Gaither's profound insight, you'll discover the loving heart of God and the benefits of opening yourself to His goodness.
This book will challenge you to see God as He truly is, while examining yourself through the light of His Word. If you have struggled with thinking you are not good enough, not strong enough, or not successful enough, or if you have placed your identity in the ways of this world, The Transparent Life and Your Eternal Destiny will allow you to understand the freedom you have in Christ. As you become transparent with God and live openly before Him, you will unlock the true potential that lives within you, as well as the victory to overcome the world.
With Gaither's biblical teaching, you'll learn the importance of seeing yourself as God sees you and forgiving yourself as God has forgiven you. No longer be afraid to turn to God, no matter your shortcoming. He is waiting to see the transparent you. Brian was born to Bobby and Deborah Gaither in Winston Salem, North Carolina. He is Married to wife LaWanna and the father of two children, Nigel (11) and Brianna (7). Brian is a graduate of Western Carolina University and an ex NFL player as a free agent with the Baltimore Ravens.
Upon returning to Winston Salem, he once again attended his childhood church New Life Family Worship Center, now New Life Church of Winston Salem. Under the teaching of Pastor Beechard Moorefield, Brian received the calling to Pastor in 2010, then received the pastorate on July 6, 2014.