The Grace Message

The Grace Message

Andrew Farley

The Grace Message - Jan 19

January 19, 2022

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Find hope to carry you through all of life’s storms

Find hope to carry you through all of life’s storms

How can you experience peace when your life seems overwhelming? What do you cling to for hope when it feels like you’re drowning? In Christ, you have a promise that will carry you through all of life’s storms! And Andrew Farley unpacks this promise in his 4-message series It Is Well: Finding Comfort and Contentment in Every Circumstance. It Is Well is our way to thank you for your gift below to help reach more people through The Grace Message so they can experience true freedom in Christ. Get your copy on CD, USB flash drive, or digital download today – and learn how to find a sure refuge in stress and trouble.

About The Grace Message

The Grace Message with Dr. Andrew Farley consistently offers simple, straightforward, and accurate help for anyone looking to better understand the depths of God’s grace. Andrew’s teachings will challenge the way you look at God through scriptural insights, and help you live in the freedom of the finished work of Jesus Christ.

About Andrew Farley

Dr. Andrew Farley is devoted to helping people better understand the grace of God and helping them live in the freedom that comes from a true understanding of Jesus Christ’s finished work on the cross. He seeks to challenge the way people look at God, and themselves, through practical, scriptural insights about God’s forgiveness, living under grace and what a new identity in Christ really means.

Andrew is the author of Zondervan’s debuted #1 bestseller on Amazon, The Naked Gospel, in addition to serving as lead pastor of Church Without Religion in Lubbock, Texas. He is also the president of The Grace Message. His mission is to help people better understand the grace of God and see them enjoy freedom. He previously served as a professor of linguistics at the University of Notre Dame and Texas Tech University