On July 31, 2020, Jack Hafer and Sam Bray (from Salem, OR) interviewed Chad on the subject of “grace.” If you want to watch this interview (and learn a little more about the author and The Gospel of Saving Grace), please watch the video below:
The Gospel of Saving Grace
Hardcover, 310 pages
“Grace” is a word that surfaces often in conversations about fellowship with God—and rightly so. If it were not for God’s grace, no one would have any hope in overcoming the problem of sin and all the trouble it brings. All people desperately need saving grace in order to walk in fellowship with the Lord of light, love, and holiness.
But just because people talk about “grace” does not mean they understand what it is, why it is necessary, and what it is supposed to do for them (or, what they are supposed to do with it). Many people, Christians and non-Christians alike, have a very limited knowledge of this fascinating gift of God—and this limitation does not serve anyone’s best interest.
The Gospel of Saving Grace is devoted to explaining, exploring, and expounding upon “grace” and many of its heavenly facets. The purpose for this is to give every reader a far better—and, in many cases, a far more biblical—understanding of grace in their relationship with the Lord. God wants us to “draw near” to Him: it is by grace that we do this, and it is Christ who gives life to grace.