New book by Kyle Alexander gives readers glimpse behind curtain of small-town Protestantism

"Badass Christian: Generational Mysfunction" by Kyle Alexander shows how man's traditions can negate the effects of God's word

Jun 11, 2014, 10:03 ET from Kyle Alexander

BATON ROUGE, La., June 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- "Badass Christian: Generational Mysfunction" (ISBN 1478331232) is a thoughtful new Christian novel that strives to show how the traditions of man can negate the word of God. But as readers will learn, with God's grace, everything can be all right.

"Badass Christian" follows Sugar and her life as a girl adopted at birth into a provincial Southern black religious family. Developing an identity that is flawed with hypocrisy due to observing and duplicating the behavior of the adults around her, Sugar finds herself withdrawing from her religious upbringing.

However, when she connects with Reverend Bebo, the local preacher whose fall from grace coincides with her spiritual crisis, the two of them embark on a journey of love they had no business beginning in the first place.

Told through eyes of a lifelong guru of the pew, "Badass Christian" works to peel back the curtain of small-town Protestantism while allowing readers to hear the voices of actual church congregants in a time when the plight of Christian leadership is frequently in the news.

Covering a wide range of emotions while presenting readers with a bit of Biblical wisdom, Alexander works to entertain readers while showing them that the grace of God is sufficient for a self-proclaimed "Badass Christian."

"Badass Christian: Generational Mysfunction" is available for sale online at, Kindle, Google Play, ACX and other channels.

About the Author:
Kyle Alexander is a native Louisianan, mother of two sons and grandmother to three grandsons. As a lifetime Christian and longtime "badass Christian," she writes Christian fiction, songs and poetry, and "Badass Christian: Generational Mysfunction" is her first novel. Alexander majored in mass communications with a concentration in journalism at Southeastern Louisiana University.


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