Ministry of a Messy House, The: Grace In Place Of Guilt
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From studying the Scriptures, Amanda has discovered that it's God's grace that matters, not our flawless performance or impressive presentation. In fact - dare we say it? - it's OK to do things imperfectly and even fail. Yes, honestly.
This book will lift the burden of guilt from your sagging shoulders. It will free you up to enjoy serving God, imperfectly by this world's standards, but in a way that pleases our heavenly Father.
"... an honest, realistic and humorous look at the common misconception that ministry and perfection are somehow synonymous. 'The Ministry of a Messy House' reminds us that we are actually far messier than we realize but our perfect Saviour delights to work through us for His glory."?
- Jane McNabb, minister's wife, conference speaker and author
"Encouraging, practical, humorous and warm: this book is a gem and a wonderful affirmation of the grace of Christ that works in and not despite our mess."?
- Emma Scrivener, writer and speaker
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