Many people have asked to see this visual meditation again (I used it in a recent sermon on Jesus' Sermon on the Mount).  So here it is.

Glennon Doyle Melton, author and blogger, gets real about her brokenness--her addictions and abortion and the way she screwed up the first half of her life.  And she challenges the legalism that's invaded so much of the Christian church--those who not only refuse to dance in the grace of God's forgiving love, but who refuse to let others dance in it as well.

She so memorably says, "Grace is the only buzz I have left, and they'll take it from my cold dead hands."  

Here's a witness to the reclamation of the gospel of Jesus in a day when it often becomes a cold, hard, brittle, and imprisoning weapon in the hands of well-intentioned but misguided legalists.

AuthorChris Neufeld-Erdman