70 Days of Grace
I really want you to read The Gospel Uncensored, and I’d like you to encourage other people to read it. Why? Because I really believe the Gospel will change lives and revitalize churches—as long as they’re not afraid to trust in God’s grace.
I’d also love to sell a million or so copies, but to be honest, that’s not why I published the book. I don’t know that I will ever earn enough from it to compensate for the time and expense that went into it, although it would certainly be nice. I really believe in its message, and I want you to read it. If I could afford to give you all a copy, I would. However, the best I can do is to let you download the free study guide and point you to the Amazon link in the sidebar, where you can buy it at a pretty good discount. I make less that way, but I’d rather have you read it than make a few extra cents.
The 70 Days of Grace Challenge
Because I’m convinced the book will change lives and revitalize churches, here’s my 70 Days of Grace Challenge: Just give me 70 days. That’s 10 weeks, or less than 1/5th of a year. Gather a group of 6 or 8 people, whether it’s the church board or a group of dedicated pew-sitters. If you’re really brave, get your whole church to do it. Get your discount books and the free Study Guide, and read through and discuss the book. Then, let me know how it went. If you want to try a more accelerated schedule, you can double up on the lessons and do it in 5 weeks.
70 days (or 35 days)—that’s all I ask.