James Robison Releases New Book — The Stream

By The Stream Published on June 28, 2016

Five years in the making, today marks the release of New York Times bestselling author James Robison’s newest book, The Stream: Refreshing Hearts & Minds, Renewing Freedom’s Blessings

Robison is founder and publisher of the news and commentary site The Stream, founder and president of LIFE Outreach International, and cohost of Life Today, a daily syndicated television program seen around the world. His new book reveals the principles essential to the future of freedom in the United States and around the world.

“The book focuses on restoring America by calling us back to the principles of faith and freedom our country was founded on,” Robison said. “America is headed in a bad direction, no doubt about it. But it doesn’t have to go over a cliff. The Stream points the way to revival in our personal lives, in our morals — in all the principles and habits that allow a country to be free and great.”

Robison’s new book is already being praised by Christian leaders:

In The Stream, James Robison helps us to recognize the extreme value of freedom and why we must fight for it every day through our Christian witness.

— Benjamin S. Carson Sr. MD

Once again, God calls upon James Robison, and via The Stream, he equips us with the Christ-centered, Bible-based prescription for these troubled times.

— Rev. Dr. Samuel Rodriguez

My good friend James Robison has given us an insightful, inspirational, yet sober and challenging message for all who wish to see our beloved republic return from the principles of destruction and despair to become the beacon of light that it could be. The message of The Stream is critical for all who wish to understand our spiritual crisis and who desire to be a part of seeing it reversed.

— Tony Evans

In a world where truth is lost in the fog of moral relativism, James provides clear thinking on matters of faith, family, and freedom.

Purchase it now at Barnes & NobleAmazon or any major bookseller.

 

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