“Randall is one of the greatest teachers I've ever met, and has been a great friend and encouragement to our whole church family. In his unique style, he challenges us in the things we've assumed without thinking them through." – Bill Johnson – Bethel Church.
You may have not considered the narrative of the gospels to be a painting, but simply pages of print chronicling the life of Jesus, an ancient text without any texture. This is due in part too centuries of religion giving us a drab black and white Jesus. In Brush Strokes of Grace Randall explores what it would be like if the gospels were read through the lens of grace and we see Jesus in high definition and living color. The canvas of scripture would not portray pallid, religiously correct principles as some would assume. Grace was and is not found in principles but in the person of Jesus. Jesus, the consummate painter, his pallet, words full of grace and truth his canvas was not pristine personalities but imperfect people like you and me.
Paperback: 172 pages
Publisher: RW (May 11, 2015)