Many people today are beginning to realize that they need God now more than ever. With everything going on in the world, with COVID shutdowns and a resurgence in the pandemic to businesses being shut down, closed and some never to reopen. Careers suddenly ending. Income stopped or cut way back.
People everywhere are wondering if they are really saved? They are wondering if something does happen, would they be one of those who would see Jesus as He welcomes them to Heaven…or not…
That is one of the most important questions that people who are searching for eternal life ask, “What do I have to do to be saved?”
On the surface, that should be one of the easiest questions for other believers to answer for someone. But it seems as if it is, instead, one that most people struggle with when trying to share the simple Gospel message of Salvation with others.
In 2012, Lucas Kitchen began to write and has since published 15 books, one of which is called “Naked Grace” and we will be discussing this book today.
In NAKED GRACE, Lucas Kitchen uses wit, humor, and visual storytelling to invite you to join his life-long quest for answers. This multi-decade pursuit took Lucas to some laugh-out-loud places. When the stakes were as high as they could be, the simple answer finally came.
His true life story in NAKED GRACE explores the confusion that many Christians quietly experience on a weekly basis. As this book demonstrates: just because they’re quiet doesn’t mean they get it. This self-deprecating tale will resonate with anyone who has wrestled with these unanswered questions and is dying to know the truth.
Did you feel it was just you that was confused? Or did you know others felt the same way?
What was the response from your ministry leaders whom you were asking these questions to?
Your bio says your have written numerous books. Give us some of the subject matter of your other books…
Lucas, this is all so interesting. You’ve definitely given our listeners some interesting things to think about when it comes to sharing salvation and how to answer that ages old question of “What do I need to do to get saved?”
NO! I urge you to go down into the show notes and get a copy of Lucas Kitchen’s book, “Naked Grace” today. Do it while you are thinking about it. This book will be a great addition to your reading program.