Grace is that thing that comforts our souls, wraps us up in goodness, and covers us like Grandma’s quilt. Don’t miss these 6 messy grace-approved quotes from some of my favorite folks!
I don’t know what church would look like if Jesus was the pastor, but I wonder if it would look much like yours and mine.
Abuse, addiction, and a suicide attempt weren’t the end of Steve Austin’s story. In fact, a suicide attempt is where Steve’s life began. Watch the video today!
This week’s question is another great, seemingly simple question: what does it mean to be a good Christian? Much like last week’s question, in my old life, I would have had a quick answer. I was a black and white religious guy with no room for gray areas. But now that messy grace has transformed my life, I can see how much we need to revisit the basics of our faith, not just for the sake of new Christians, but for those of us who continually need to shed the scales from our eyes.
So what does it mean to be a good Christian?
For the first 28 years of my life, grace was just a beautiful old melody we sang about Sunday after Sunday. But in my daily life, grace was nowhere to be found. When my friend Brian Niece asked me what it would be like to reimagine grace, I knew we were about to have a powerful and important conversation.
The story of the Prodigal Son is a clear promise that God will restore the wasted years. It’s my favorite story in the whole Book, because we are so clearly able to see God running toward us with messy grace. Check out this #ThrowbackThursday clip!