Deep down, you know forgiveness is a good idea. So why is it so hard to forgive and be forgiven?
In Reckless Grace, Bill Vanderbush and Brit Eaton unpack the theological and practical applications of God’s “reckless” grace and invite you to be an active participant in releasing that same grace into an increasingly offense-filled world.
A powerful, biblical case for receiving and releasing God’s reckless grace
Practical steps to help you identify and overcome barriers to grace in your life
Visioning, activations, and invitations into a grace revolution in the Body of Christ
“God isn’t reckless. But the way in which He extends grace defies reason. Scripture proves He initiates forgiveness before we even know to ask for it – without concern for Himself or the consequences of His actions. It’s reckless. And it’s what we’re called to as grace-filled believers.”
“Once you get a taste of God’s reckless grace? You’re going to want to spend the rest of your life giving it away.”
The Uncovery – Coming Spring 2022
Recovery is for everyone. And if that statement bothers you, it might be for you, too.
In their unapologetically raw, real, and restorative way, Wood and Eaton challenge Christian leaders to go beyond traditional addiction, mental health, and suicide recovery programming as led by the Holy Spirit to embrace The Uncovery—a unique journey toward a promised-land life that’s worth staying sober for.
When it comes to Christ-centered recovery, we, the church, have work to do. Our legalistic, box-checking, one-size-fits-all programs produce astonishingly high failure rates—which means far too many people are left to fight addiction, mental health problems, and suicidal thoughts on their own.
This begs some critical questions of the church:
Do we really believe transformational recovery and healing is possible?
Do we really have the right systems and structures to support struggling people?
Do we really carry a Kingdom responsibility to restore people gently?
Do we really take time to ask God what more he would have us do in the recovery space?
This book is for anyone who couldn’t offer a resounding “yes and amen” to each of those questions.
In this collaborative work, you’ll find:
A critical reframing of the word “recovery” and an invitation to answer God’s call to more through spirit-led, trauma-informed ministry
Deeper exploration into the origins of addiction, mental health problems, and suicidal thoughts—and the church’s responsibility to bring God’s healing
Powerful supernatural testimonies and stories of hope, healing, and life restoration as a result of embracing The Uncovery
Practical strategies to help Christ-centered recovery leaders bridge the gap between spiritual and scientific communities to better serve struggling people
A loose and helpful framework for embracing The Uncovery—no strings attached or lock-steps to follow
Inspiration for recovery leaders to love and lead in a more inclusive, sacrificial, Christlike manner while maintaining healthy self-care
Change the way the church—and the world—sees recovery through a grace-laced, gospel lens
This transformative book offers readers a not-so-subtle nudge to go deeper in the recovery space for a grace-laced, transformative encounter with a good-Father God of transformation!
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When I’m not writing words that move you, I’m speaking them. Because when God gives you fiery passion for discipleship, identity, unity, and grace? It’s too hard to stay silent.
Want me to come speak at your church, conference, workshop, seminar, retreat, meeting, or other event? Shoot me a note and I’ll be in touch!
Marriage + Family
Brit Eaton is a writer, speaker, discipler, and all-around pursuer of the Kingdom of God. She helps corporate, nonprofit, and ministry leaders find the words to say to move people to action.
An eager apostle and strong advocate for nontraditional recovery and women in ministry, Brit ministers in diverse, spirit-filled environments committed to unity in the Body of Christ. Brit is co-author of Reckless Grace, a book inspired by and developed with Bill Vanderbush and co-author of The Uncovery, a soon-to-be-released book inspired by and developed with George Wood.
Brit lives in a log home on ten wooded acres in Mount Vernon, Ohio with her husband, Mike and daughter, Bella and they are a part of Reformation 1420, a decentralized group of Christian reformers.
You can’t afford to stay silent about what matters most to you—your ideas, your mission, your calling. Work with me and you’ll not only find the words to say… you’ll get the support you need along the way.
Bringing movements and ideas to life in writing is no small task. Whatever you’re trying to say or sell, somewhere underneath it all you probably have a higher purpose in mind – a “reason why” that keeps you moving forward. When I help you tap into your higher purpose, I get to live out my own. (Isn’t that nice?)
So who do I work with? Mostly faith-based, not-for-profit, and unusually purpose-driven for-profit organizations, entrepreneurs, and small businesses.
Words are your most powerful engagement tool. It’s as simple as that.
Crafting messaging platforms, training curriculum, storytelling campaigns, and spot-on copy alongside my clients brings breakthrough – leading to the “ah-ha” moments that build trust, foster loyalty, and make people believe again (or maybe for the first time ever).
This kind of writing takes courage. I’m not afraid to use emotion as a driver in my work. And once you work with me, you won’t be, either. You’ll discover for yourself that emotion is the secret sauce that moves people to action faster than anything else. (Hello, bottom-line benefit!)