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.
In this collaborative work, you’ll find:
- 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.”Bill Vanderbush
“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.”Brit Eaton