Brian Niece

We Aren't Who They Say We Are

We Aren't Who They Say We Are by Brian Niece
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About the Book

Life experience has a horrible way of making us feel lost. The hopes and dreams of youth run head-on into the realities of adulthood. Something has to give.

Add in the clamor of competing obligations and expectations, and the end result can bring despair, hopelessness, and restless unease.

Why are there so many voices competing for our attention? And are there ways to drown out the noise of those people, groups, and institutions who fill our ears with all that we should be?

Maybe the lens through which we’ve been viewing who we are and our realities can be readjusted, refocused. Maybe our voices are just waiting to be heard. All we need is a push.

About the Author

Brian Niece is a former pastor, who was a former actor, now navigating the fringes of all things institutional. He's a storyteller who communicates to and for outsiders, outliers, and people on the fringes, inspiring them to speak truth to power and live sacramentally in order to reimagine their stories. He hosts the Reimagining podcast which centers around conversation that rethinks ourselves, our culture, our faith ... maybe everything.

Brian is a PhD Candidate in Humanities, holds the MA in Theology, and the BA in Theatre Arts and English Literature. He spent a decade in professional theatre before going to seminary and trying his hand at pastoring in several large and small churches. Along the way, he managed a homeless shelter and taught public high school. His diverse journey and background have afforded a unique perspective for narrating the complexities and wonders of faith, philosophy, and culture.

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