Save Me From Myself: book review

Save me From Myself; How I Found God, Quit Korn, Kicked Drugs And Lived To Tell My Story:
4 out of 4 stars
Brian “head” Welch

  • Hardcover: 240 pages
  • Publisher: HarperOne (July 3, 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0061251844
  • ISBN-13: 978-0061251849

In 2005 Brian”head” welch gave his life to Christ sparking a media frenzy and controversy in the music industry. Most of us heard about it. Lead guitarist of Korn gets saved and leaves the band. I like most heard every kind of rumor around this and was wondering what the real truth was.

Then i find out through Jason (the man of steel) that instead of coming out with a CD like the rumors said he wrote a book. I thought…man I’d better pick this thing up. I am glad I did.

This is the Brian’s life story basically and it goes from him being a kid,to being in korn all the way to him getting saved. It goes through his Drug and alcohol abuse and his eventual freedom from it. I know what your thinking…Oh yeah another drug testimony. This one is different. I don’t know how best to explain it, but I read this book in 2 days. It had me captivated and amazed with God’s grace on this man. And on top of that the people he has affected since.

My words can’t do this one justice. Go buy it. It is a great redemption story for any Christian to read but more so for non believers and people whos lives are out of control. This book shows the hope we have in Christ.


5 responses to “Save Me From Myself: book review”

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  2. Paul J. Avatar

    That’s one scary lookin’ dude…
    I’ll probably pick it up and read it. Thanks for the review.

  3. klampert Avatar

    I hope you do…let me know what you think…and welcome back buddy.

  4. Chris Avatar

    I agree and have read this book. I actually met Head for his CD signing here In Arizona. I told him how I got saved a year before he did and that I saw him on tv one day flipping through the channels. His cd is great! The first song L.O.V.E. reminds me of the Skillet song Savior. God sings through Brian and you know some of the words are not Brians but Gods. Almost 3rd personish if you will. Great stuff. Check it out yall!!!!!

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