Epic Grace is a well-written book deserving all 5 stars. It is one I will revisit often. Kurt Bubna’s writing style made my reading time seem like a conversation between 2 friends sharing a Diet Coke. He paints a panorama of his personal experiences, and shows how God’s grace covered each one like maple syrup over a stack of hot pancakes. Grace is good stuff. I need to be reminded that God’s love for me is not dependent on my performance. God loves people just because.
Some religious writers write like religious writers, often from a lofty pedestal of spiritual achievement. In Epic Grace, Bubna is down to earth and lets us peer into his heart and soul. We know what he experienced, how he felt, and what he learned. I found myself shaking my head in agreement many times as I recalled my past. Bubna writes with a loving pastor’s heart and a desire to share his past, warts and all, to help readers in the present and the future. It is great to know I am not alone in my struggles.
Interested readers can click the book cover above to reach Tyndale’s ordering page. Follow the link below for a video of Kurt Bubna discussing how God values the broken, one of the main ideas in the book:
Note – Tyndale House Publishers provided a complimentary copy of the book to facilitate the review.