Ed Galisewski





Ed Galisewski


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Elizabeth, New Jersey, The United States
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Lou Galisweski, Mother Teresa, Tony Campolo,


Meet Ed Galisewski, a real life Joe Palooka from Jersey. A mens ministry leader for fifteen years, Ed has ministered to literally thousands of people. He’s been in and out (and in again) of church, learning to overcome his own struggles with the institution while still loving the body of Christ.

Maybe, like him, you are planning to leave your church. Maybe you’d like to, but you feel stuck. You’re not alone–millions of people, especially men, are fleeing their churches or mentally checking out.

He asked Samizdat Creative to help him pull together a book for people who struggle with the church. We pulled together an amazing team of creative writers, designers, coaches, marketers, and even a sports editorial cartoonist to make Ed’s grand vision
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“On the subject of who is to blame for our disunity - “The easy conclusion- that
the devil is at work trying to destroy the church- is true, but itʼs not the whole story. Of
course the enemy is at work doing that. But closer examination shows that much of
the blame falls squarely on the shoulders of the church itself-on believers in god-and
how our own devilish deeds have alienated other followers of God. Sadly, weʼve done
the devilʼs work for him.”
Ed Galisewski

“Addressing the concept of man made additions to the faith - “These additions-
standards, practices, and allegiances supposedly created for our spiritual benefit-
have had the opposite effect.”
Ed Galisewski, A Simpler Faith: Hope For Those Who Struggle With Church

“On the concept of unity- “Thatʼs right-Jesusʼ most pressing concern before
leaving the earth was our unity. He was looking ahead, to every generation of
believer. And as he prayed, he made it clear that our witness as his body in this
fractured , messed-up, chaotic world would depend on our love for another.”
Ed Galisewski, A Simpler Faith: Hope For Those Who Struggle With Church



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