Extraordinary Grace

Chris Fabry and Dr. Gary Chapman (The Five Love Languages) search the Scriptures for examples of God's grace in the lives of those named in Jesus' lineage—but what they find are people with faults, foibles, and sins, just like the rest of us. So obviously, grace is not about doing everything exactly right. It is a gift . . . an astonishing gift given by God.

In Extraordinary Grace, you will hear the call of grace, laugh because of grace, apply grace, be overtaken by grace, and know the extraordinary grace that comes from loving Jesus.

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What Readers Are Saying . . .

  • "An evocative novel . . . Fabry weaves the events of the past and present into a finely layered story exploring the relationships of faith, forgiveness and family in the midst of healing from pain buried deep in the past."

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  • "Fabry has a true gift for prose, and [Almost Heaven] is amazing. You'll most definitely want to move this to the top of your 'to buy' list."

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  • "The skillfully woven plot twists, intermingled with humor, angst and questions of faith, make Every Waking Moment a true page-turner."

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  • "Fabry is a talented writer with a lilting flow to his words."

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  • "An involving novel with enough plot twists and dramatic tension to keep readers turning the pages."

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  • "A book about deep secrets, the effort it takes to heal catastrophic hurts, and a thriller with an excellent plot climax."

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  • "[Every Waking Moment] has authentic characters, a compelling narrative, and a complex exploration of the brokenness and hope of human life."

    Susannah Clements, department chair of literature, Regent University

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