ANGER IS AMERICA’S PROBLEM NO. 1;
SO HOW DOES BRANT HANSEN
Award-Winning Radio Host, Author Hits Speaking Circuit With Witty, Engaging, Relevant Insights on Life and Faith–for All Audiences
DALLAS – June 7, 2016 – Slate.com dubbed 2015 “The Year of Outrage.” Author and radio host Brant Hansen responds to that by advising how to stay Unoffendable.
“Americans are angrier than ever,” Brant said. “How do you stay involved today . . and keep your cool?”
Brant is not your ordinary keynote speaker for conferences, events, churches or schools. He’s a Christian who dislikes religion. An award-winning radio host who prefers staying off camera. A disarming speaker whose takes on life, faith and challenges connect with every brand of audience.
A clear example of Brant’s unique point of view is his most recent book from Thomas Nelson Publishers—Unoffendable: The Radical (and Freeing!) Truth about Christians and Anger.
“Anger is the ‘go to’ response to challenges today,” Brant said. “I think Christianity offers a better alternative, and not just for believers.”
When Brant speaks, every kind of audience—from mainstream to faith-focused—finds a humorous, engaging and, above all, relevant look at life’s challenges and opportunities.
An award-winning broadcast personality, Brant reaches more than 2 million listeners through his radio show, which is syndicated on more than 200 stations. Smart, funny and richly human, Brant also is the designated storyteller for CURE International, which facilitates healing medical treatment and spiritual encouragement for children with disabilities in 30 countries.
Brant is disarming because his own physical, emotional and spiritual challenges fuel his wry humor, razor-sharp insights and messages of encouragement and hope.
“From all I’ve been through I can say there is nothing that hasn’t helped prepare me for where I am now,” he says. “I want people to know that what they’re going through now will make sense down the road. You’ll go from ‘Why me?’ to ‘Thank you, Lord.’”
A sampling of Brant’s speaking topics is a glimpse at an everyday faith that stirs audiences long term:
Bill Yeargin, CEO of CorrectCraft, a holding company of such well-known water-sports brands as Nautique and Bass Cat, “highly recommends” Brant Hansen as a speaker. “While he is entertaining,” Yeargin says, “he is also, more importantly, impactful.”
“He was our top-rated speaker, which is not an easy accomplishment,” said Michelle Younkman, President of Christian Music Broadcasters.
“Brant is one of the most engaging thinkers and communicators in the country,” said John Frost, national radio consultant, Goodratings Strategic Services.
Brant is available now to turn your next event into an unforgettable experience.
To learn more, visit: BrantHansen.com
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