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In our self-help, DIY culture, we love the idea of improvement. We make-over wardrobes and restore houses and commit ourselves to better habits. But we're still left feeling empty and not-quite-enough. That's because what we need is not an upgrade but a complete upending of our lives. We need to be reborn. And it's not something we can do by ourselves.

With deep compassion, Clayton King shares the compelling stories of 12 broken people who came face-to-face with Jesus in the New Testament and got a second chance at life. A respected religious leader, an ostracized woman, a despised embezzler, a condemned thief - all of them flawed, sinful, full of regret - encountered Jesus and were never the same. Along with their stories, King shares contemporary stories of people struggling with addiction, lust, greed, and depression, showing that Jesus still meets people right where they are and changes them from the inside out. 

If you're tired of going through the religious motions by your own power and long to experience the radical life and heart change that Jesus promised, it's time for an encounter with Jesus. It's time to be reborn.

©2020 Clayton King (P)2020 eChristian

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  • Ken Katayama
  • 28-08-20

Powerful stories of powerful encounters with Jesus

Clayton King has done it again! In his latest book, ReBorn, King share personal stories of real people whose life were change forever after meeting Jesus. From American wrestling stars to unknown people in the top of the Himalayan mountains, King documents in this book how the person of Jesus changes everything for those who meet Him.

This book is full of personal stories woven with Biblical stories constantly pointing to the person of Jesus. If you have questions of Jesus - read this book. If you are a believer in Jesus and want to encourage in your journey of faith - read this book!

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  • Ben L.
  • 24-05-20

Clayton does it again!

What can I say?!!! Another masterpiece by my friend and brother in Christ, Clayton King! His stories, Knowledge of Scripture and truly beautiful and inspiring writing ability has captured me once again in this newest book! Well Done Clayton!

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  • Jason Darnell
  • 16-05-20

Be Reborn!

Clayton's best book yet! I couldn't wait to pick back up where I started everyday

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  • Anonymous User
  • 22-09-20

Great Book

Such a great book but it was a little hard to get past the robotic voice narrating it!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 30-05-20

Amazing real life stories. Monotonous narrator.

The stories Clayton tells are so amazing and I like the way they are juxtaposed to biblical stories and principles. I thought the vocabulary lacked at times which took away from the imagery in certain events; I had a hard time picturing some of his stories. The narrator was very monotonous, but not so bad I couldn’t finish the book. But hearing how God can take your mess and turn it into a miracle really touched me, and at the end of the day, that’s all that mattered. This was the book I needed to read at this exact time in my life. Thank you Clayton for sharing. I will add this tidbit (opinion) in the odd case that Clayton reads this: Your preaching far outweighs your writing. Have you considered using voice to type? Because when you preach, you are much more vivid and descriptive— and funnier. I feel like you hold back in your writing and are too conservative. Just like you said in your book, go crazy, break the rules. Finally, you should narrate your own books. Lisa Turkhurst did.