An Interview with Max Lucado About His New Book, Grace
In my thirty-plus year career in publishing, I have had the privilege of working with a number of amazing authors. One of those is my friend, Max Lucado.
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In twenty-five years of writing, Max has sold more than 80 million books. His new book, Grace: More Than We Deserve, Greater Than We Imagine, was published by Thomas Nelson last month. In a moment, I’ll tell you about an opportunity to get a free copy.
Recently, I had an opportunity to sit down with Max and talk with about his new book. In this interview, I asked him:
- A lot of people say grace has been your life message, do you believe that is accurate?
- How has your understanding of grace changed over the years?
- What is the difference between saving grace and sustaining grace?
- Do you think the average person today understands grace, and if not, what is in the way?
- What does grace look like when we experience it and express it?
- Where does this book fit into the full scope of your work?
The book really is terrific. Classic Max. And, it’s on a topic that is always refreshing.
Thomas Nelson, Max’s publisher, has agreed to give 50 copies of his new book, Grace: More Than We Deserve, Greater Than We Imagine
to my readers. To get a chance at snagging one, you must take the following three actions:
- Leave a comment below. Answer the question at the bottom of this post.
- Fill out the special form. I have set up a separate contact form to make it convenient for you to provide your mailing address. Please do not put your shipping address in your comment. This will automatically disqualify you.
- Twitter a link to this post. You can do so automatically by clicking here. If you don’t have a Twitter account, you can use Facebook.
On Friday, November 2, 2012, I will select 50 people at random. If you are one of those selected, I will notify you via email. If you don’t hear from me, you can assume you were not selected.
Question: What is your understanding of grace and why is it important? You can leave a comment by clicking here
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