Leaving & Finding Jesus

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

With grace and humor, Jason juxtaposes an inclusive, reconciling, self-giving, unconditional view of God’s love against an excluding, hierarchal, punishment-focused, conditional view of God’s love. 

Jason introduces the book he is currently working on, Leaving (& Finding) Jesus, which challenges readers to stop building their faith upon the broken foundations of a transactional view of God, and instead, embrace the powerful understanding of reconciliation and self-giving love that truly transforms our lives and our world.

QUOTES

“God removed the veil, literally, figuratively, metaphorically; every veil that man’s fallen understanding, our religion of good and evil has put in place, every us and them, for or against, sin conscious veil of separation has been removed. Nothing separates us from the reconciling love of God!”

“We are either moving toward exclusion or inclusion.”

“We need to be having conversations about sin that are not sin conscious.”

“What would the world look like if sons and daughters operated in reconciling love, not counting people’s sins against them, not counting their broken ideologies, their actions against them…:

 

To learn more about the book or to pre-purchase a copy, you can go to,
http://afamilystory.org/product/pre-order-leaving-finding-jesus/ 


Jason Clark
is a bestselling storyteller who writes to reveal the transforming kindness of the love of God in a world traumatized by the religious abuses done in the name of the love of God. He and his wife, Karen, live in North Carolina with their three children, Madeleine, Ethan, and Eva, and their dog, Indiego.

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