Do you feel like a broken branch on God's famly tree? Do you feel like God chooses the super spiritual and the "perfect" but you're on the outside looking in?
Are you afraid he won't accept you because you're not perfect?
God is not looking for perfect people. He's looking for those who need his extraordinary grace.In this encouraging book, Dr. Gary Chapman and Chris Fabry explore the lives of people who abandoned themselves to the love and mercy of God.
God is ready to forgive, restore, and give an abundant life. He wants to showcase His mercy and love through you.
If you long to connect with God at a heart level, if you're struggling to understand your brokenness and how past and present mistakes can be forgiven, this book will encourage you. When you hear this good news and truly experience it in the heart, you'll discover the path to spreading God's grace to others.
Discover the hidden treasure of God's extraordinary grace!
Study Guide included - perfect for small group discussion or individual study.
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I was born in West Virginia in 1961. I read a lot, but not very fast, and wrote poems, songs, and transcribed Marx Brothers movies and memorized dialogue.
In 1984 I met Jerry Jenkins at Moody Bible Institute. He offered to help me learn to write and I took him up on the offer. In 1998, Jerry and Dr. Tim LaHaye hired me to help write the Left Behind: The Kids series. After that I worked on several other series for children and then published my first adult novel in 2008. It took more than six years to write Dogwood and find a publisher. It received a 2009 Christy Award.
My next novel, June Bug, drew its themes from the classic Victor Hugo tale, Les Miserables. Then, Almost Heaven released and also won a Christy Award, as well as the 2011 Christian Book Award for Fiction.
Not in the Heart is another riveting, suspenseful, and yet relational story. A mystery within a mystery within an addiction. I dedicate it to all who have someone in their life who is addicted. This story also received a Christy award.
Borders of the Heart is my nod toward some of the great western writers--Cormac McCarthy and Larry McMurtry. It's a love story, a painful story of loss, a mystery, and an edge-of-your-seat thriller. I hope you enjoy the ride through Tucson and the surrounding area as much as I did.
I graduated from the W. Page Pitt School of Journalism at Marshall University in Huntington, West Virginia. I have been married to Andrea since 1982. We have nine children. In October of 2008 our family evacuated our house in Colorado, leaving behind all our belongings because of a toxic mold situation. Since then we have been living near Tucson, Arizona, working on recovering our health after the mold exposure.
Stop by my website at www.chrisfabry.com to learn more about my writing and radio endeavors, and be sure to sign up for my online newsletter, the FABRYGRAM. I can also be found on Facebook and Twitter, or you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This book was such a blessing.
If ever there was an on time book this is it! The whole world needs to read this book. Take a look around the world, this is a book for our times.
You will want to take a walk through the Bible in this book like you never have before.
The pages are beautifully printed and in my opinion this book would make a fantastic gift. ( Easter is coming up)
Everyone needs to learn about Grace, is this is the book for you to learn about it. God Loves us all, no one is perfect and he shows so much grace to us.
This book was a 5 star book. I recommend it.
I plan to keep a copy on my book shelf!
I was given a copy of this book as a gift.