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Too many Christians, especially those in ministry, believe they are untouchable--that they're too faithful to fall or too spiritual to give in to temptation. They deny any sort of weakness, fail to draw proper boundaries, and end up doing the very things they swore they'd never do.

Pastor and author Brittany Rust was one such person--until she found herself in the middle of moral failure and a church-wide scandal. Bewildered, humiliated, and ashamed, she thought she was beyond redemption. But God's grace met her on the ground, and here she shares what she's learned through her painful journey. She unravels the myth of being untouchable, showing how we start to believe the lie, and how we can protect ourselves from temptation. Ultimately she shows that to truly flourish in life, you must be willing to admit weakness--and that no one is beyond God's redeeming love.
 

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Endorsements

"Brittany's story and her dynamic biblical insight offer a fresh and much-needed perspective on failure and restoration that everyone needs to hear!"--Debbie Lindell, lead pastor, James River Church; author, She Believes

"A beautiful and courageous cautionary tale of how easy it is to fall, precisely when you think you are standing firm. Read it. You won't regret it."--Chad Bruegman, directional leader and teaching pastor, Red Rocks Church

"In Untouchable, Brittany takes Ernest Hemingway's idea, to write hard and clear about what hurts, to the limit. In doing so, she exposes her greatest struggles as a harbinger so others can avoid the traps of ignorance and unpreparedness--and instead experience God's unflinching protection, grace and love."--Kirk Noonan, chief visioneer, Left Field Innovation Lab

Testimonies

Just wanted you to know, I'm halfway through your book, Untouchable. I can't think of a single person who wouldn't benefit from reading it! You have a real nice writing style. You get the point across without hitting the reader over the head. It's as if we're sitting across from each other and having a chat. Thank you again for writing this book. - Tom

I just wanted to tell you that I just finished reading your book and it is absolutely incredible. Thank you for being vulnerable and sharing. I have been touched by every word you wrote because I felt like God was speaking directly to me. I think I’ve never felt a book so touching. - Erika