01 November

Bestselling author and pastor shares his personal story of struggles with anxiety and self-doubt in new book I Declare War

(Nashville, TN) Bestselling author, pastor, and in-demand speaker Levi Lusko helps readers “get out of their own way” in a new, compelling book titled I Declare War (ISBN: 9780785220862 October 30, 2018).

In I Declare War, Lusko candidly shares about his personal struggles, like moodiness, bullying, and suicidal thoughts. He identifies the weapons we have at our disposal, and illustrates how to use them to achieve ongoing victory.

The Pastor of Fresh Life (a multi-site church in Montana, Utah, Wyoming, and Oregon), Lusko is known for his transparent and even sometimes humorous self-help approach by way of his books, Through the Eyes of a Lion and Swipe Right. I Declare War comes at a time when struggles like depression, fear, anxiety, and suicide, are at an all-time high in our society. Lusko’s hope is that “you start happening to your life instead of letting life happen to you.”

Heisman Trophy winner and New York Times bestselling author Tim Tebow says, “One of the reasons I admire and respect Levi is his transparency and search for truth. He doesn’t shy away from the hard or ugly stuff. Through his own story, he strives to help others get out of their own way and into the truth of who they are in God. This book will help you do just that!”

I Declare War is for anyone—from stockbrokers and soccer moms to skateboarders and sorority sisters—who struggle with personal demons, darkness, and self-sabotaging tendencies. The heart of the book is that you don’t have to be held hostage by yourself, you can be free. Lusko doesn’t offer a quick fix, or the perfect life, if you follow prescribed steps, but instead helps guide readers in how to think right so they can live right.

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Levi Lusko

Levi is a bestselling author, pastor of Fresh Life (a multisite church in Montana, Utah, Wyoming, and Oregon), and the founder of Skull Church and the O2 Experience. Levi travels around the world speaking about Jesus. He takes pleasure in small things, such as black coffee, new shoes, fast Internet, and falling asleep in the sun. He and his wife, Jennie, have four daughters—Alivia, Daisy, Clover, and Lenya, who is in heaven—and a son named Lennox.