Breaking Old Rhythms

Answering the Call of a Creative God

By Amena Brown; Dan Kimball (Foreword by)
(IVP Books, Paperback, 9780830843015, 142pp.)

Publication Date: January 2013

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"When two fighters of equal ability and speed are matched . . . there is a greater advantage to the one who knows how to break the rhythm." -Bruce Lee Rhythm is a blessing. By rhythm we dance, sing, clap, walk and breathe. Beyond the blessing is the Giver of Rhythm, who sometimes calls us past the patterns and habits we have established for ourselves into new understanding, new risk, new faith, hope and love. In those moments we have to decide where to place our trust: in God or in our precious rhythms. Spoken word poet Amena Brown has made rhythm her life's work. InBreaking Old Rhythms she explores how we discover by rhythm both our God-given limitations and potential, and the ways we limit God's work in our lives. Read this book and be reminded, and encouraged, that while God has rhythm, God is love, and God's love carries us beyond our rhythms into a fuller, more fulfilling life.



About the Author
As a poet, speaker, journalist, and event host Amena Brown s words excite, ignite and inspire. Whether in front of audiences as intimate as 50 or as sprawling as 20,000, she has something to say that matters. The author of a chapbook and two spoken word CDs, Amena has performed and spoken at events across the nation such as The RightNow Conference, Creativity World Forum, Rock the Desert, Catalyst Conference, Chick-fil-A Leadercast, Atlantis Music Conference, and the 2008 National Poetry Slam Competition. She hosts a regular open mic in Atlanta every fifth Thursday at Urban Grind Coffee as well as hosting other poetry and music events.

Ted Engstrom is president emeritus of World Vision and a prolific author and editor, with more than fifty books and hundreds of articles to his name. He is the author of the bestselling "The Making of a Christian Leader "and coauthor of the bestselling "Managing Your Time". Prior to his term as president and CEO of World Vision, Engstrom was president of Youth for Christ International and served as interim president of Azusa Pacific University. Dr. Engstrom is a member of the boards of African Enterprise, Azusa Pacific University, Focus on the Family, and several other evangelical ministries. The recipient of six honorary doctorates, Engstrom is considered one of the most influential leaders in American religion and social service.
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