Behind Brandon Baumgarten’s New Book: The Habitat For Holiness

Behind Brandon Baumgarten’s New Book: The Habitat For Holiness

Press Release

Publisher: Westbow Press

Undersigned: Thomas Nelson/Zondervan

Author: Brandon Baumgarten

SHAWNEE, Oklahoma- Westbow Press Author Brandon Baumgarten officially launched his new book at Hazel Dell Baptist Church. The Habitat for Holiness is a book about calling all people to cultivate a Christlike lifestyle. “We have a holy Bible. We serve a Holy Lord. But I also believe we need to live as a Holy Church.” Baumgarten said. The habitat is a metaphor for our spiritual space in our lives. The book launch consisted of a highlight video, a book dedication to the late Rev. William Ryan, and concluded with Baumgarten sharing the heart of the book. “I’m such an imperfect Christian, but I know we serve a perfect God who has a perfect will for each of our lives. It starts with our daily habits. Will we choose to live a lifestyle of holiness for God?” Baumgarten’s hope through this book is to see people experiencing personal revival with the Lord by living a holy lifestyle. There are 10 sections in the book that are identified to help grow your relationship with God through holy living.

Baumgarten is a youth/music minister and also authored the popular leadership book titled “Caught Up & Called Out” He is a frequent speaker at churches, schools, and conferences. The Habitat for Holiness is available online on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and where most major books are sold. The book is also available in kindle, paperback, and hard cover formats.

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