In a lifetime composed of falling short and trying to cover up mistakes, grace is a concept that is misunderstood and forgotten. Shame, the belief that one is the problem, creates a false pretense which makes it seem logical to systematically approach sin as somethintg to be fixed. In 'Remembering a Forgotten Grace,' Rod Tucker seeks to explain the problem of sin and shame in relationship to an unconditional grace through stories and thought processes. Living under the grace of God opens a vital opportunity to comprehend our continual newness and our potential to view others as children of God who are on a journey, are human and at the same time, because of grace, are okay.
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Rod Tucker holds a degree in Urban and Cross-Cultural Ministry from Greenville College in Greenville, IL. He is passionate towards people whom the Christian church has rejected and deemed unworthy due to choices and circumstances.Review:
Someone once said that intelligent people aren't so because they have all the right answers, but because they ask the right questions. Rod Tucker's book seems to be asking all the right questions: What is shame? Where did it come from? How can we be set free? The answers can only be found when we learn to hear the voice of the One who is 'daring enough to call us by our true names.' I recommend this to anyone looking to explore the origin of shame and the path to freedom. --Chad Thompson, author, 'Loving Homosexuals as Jesus Would'
Rod Tucker's words and thoughts are provoking and challenging--moving all to a deeper understanding of God's grace and love. He's a dear friend and compassionate person, dedicated to fulfilling God's call on his life. --Mark Gregston, author, 'When Your Teen is Struggling: Real Hope and Practical Help for Parents Today'
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