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#Win Unstuck by Robert Reynolds (US/CDN)


RobertReynolds manages multi-platinum recording artists The Killers and Brandon Flowers. He served a mission in South Carolina before receiving his bachelor’s degree in English from BYU and a JD from New York University Law School. After NYU, Robert was an associate in a New York City law firm and now practices entertainment law in Las Vegas, where he represents authors, actors, UFC fighters, and various bands and musicians, including the band Imagine Dragons (whose lead singer, Dan Reynolds, is his younger brother). Robert and his wife, Erica, are the parents of four children.





"This book was not written by a general authority. In fact, it was written by a run-of-the-mill sinner. Are you going to keep reading?” Robert Reynolds, an entertainment attorney and manager of Grammy-nominated band, The Killers, refreshingly tackles the why-did-i-do-it-again? cycle that entraps many of us. Reynolds explains that whether we find ourselves reluctant to let go of our “favorite sins” or exclaiming in frustration, “Dang it! I did it again,” the savior and his atonement can change our desires and set us free to become better and stronger.  
With a fresh, relatable voice, Reynolds provides insights into the why behind the things that tempt us. He also shares the hope we can have in overcoming even the most alluring of sins through reliance on the Lord’s grace. Learn how to find— and maintain—a mighty change of heart and discover a rich increase of spiritual power, joy, and peace in your life. 

In stores: December 28, 2015
Paperback: 176 Pages - $14.99
ISBN: 978629721156

PRAISE

“Wow. Wow, wow, wow. I have never felt so enlightened and learned so much at one time without feeling overwhelmed. and I’ve never read something about repetitive sin that gave me more hope for change. I started out with the expectation of finding a few new gems and left with a treasure trove.”   –Janalee 

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