Chris Bell, lead pastor of 3Circle Church in Fairhope, Ala., announces the release of his new book “Broken Crown: Ancient Tragedy, Modern Lessons.” Bell will sign copies of “Broken Crown” at …
Chris Bell, lead pastor of 3Circle Church in Fairhope, Ala., announces the release of his new book “Broken Crown: Ancient Tragedy, Modern Lessons.” Bell will sign copies of “Broken Crown” at an event set for 4 p.m. on April 28 at Page & Palette Bookstore in downtown Fairhope.
In “Broken Crown,” Chris Bell gives readers a fresh look at the ancient biblical account of King Saul's tragic reign and the valuable lessons it holds for us today.
No one looked the part of a valiant leader and courageous warrior more than Israel's first king. But Saul's impressive facade masked a dark inner reality that would ultimately lead to a tragic downfall. Although chosen and transformed by God to lead the nation, Saul refused over and over again to allow God to mold him into a man worthy to wear the crown.
In his first book, Bell examines the often-neglected story of King Saul and reveals how the inner struggles that led to his broken crown and kingdom are the very issues that threaten to destroy our lives today.
In “Broken Crown,” discover how to confront your own brokenness and embrace the life of wholeness and freedom found only in the One True King.
About the Author:
Chris Bell is a dynamic pastor, visionary leader, and passionate teacher, with over 20 years of ministry experience. He is the lead pastor of 3Circle Church, a multi-site church along the Gulf Coast of Alabama, named one of the fastest-growing churches in America. Chris loves helping people understand and treasure the Bible, leading them to tangibly impact the world for Christ. He also enjoys speaking at conferences and coaching other pastors and leaders through the Courage to Lead network. Chris studied Theology and Communications at the University of Mobile and Luther Rice Seminary. He is honored to serve as part of Leadership Alabama, an influential group of community leaders across the state. He and his wife, Nan, have three children: Gabe, Cooper, and Gracie, and love living in Fairhope.