Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Litfuse Review - Lost and Found: Losing Religion, Finding Grace




Recently, I had the honor of reviewing Lost and Found: Losing Religion, Finding Grace written by Kendra Fletcher and published by New Growth Press. This is a book that looks at the raw pain in life and shows how God is substantially present in the struggles offering His grace, mercy, and peace not because we deserve it but because its who He is and what He does. Furthermore, it is about finding our identity in Jesus and our personal relationship with Him. His being in us and working through us and not on our own works is what is important. God and Jesus are all that matters. Not man's laws. Not theology. God, Jesus and our personal relationship with them is what truly matters. If we lose sight of this, we get off-course and become lost. We can think we're doing everything right and still be lost. Yet, there is hope. God created us for a personal, intimate, love relationship with Him. When we grasp hold of His grace and mercy with both hands we can find our way again.

Lost and Found is a must read for anyone who has ever lost their way. If you find yourself wondering why am I enduring this hardship, then you should pick up a copy of Kendra's book. If you long for a closer relationship with your Savior, then I strongly encourage you to read Lost and Found.




About the Author:

Kendra Fletcher is a fellow homeschooling mom. She and her husband, Andy "Fletch" Fletcher, have a home filled with love and eight children. The family resides in California where they play in the Pacific Ocean as often as possible. Kendra writes about faith and education for a variety of publications, including her own blog and several other books. Kendra is also a speaker at homeschool conventions, church events, and other venues. You can see her upcoming speaking engagements list on her website. You can find Kendra on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Google+, and Instagram.




Where to Buy the Book:

Amazon

Christianbook.com

Barnes and Noble

New Growth Press








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