Mud And The Masterpiece

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Audiobook Cover Art - InterimMud and the Masterpiece

The reason “sinners” ran from the religious, yet ran to Jesus had everything to do with his heart’s attitude toward people. They could sense Jesus was for them–not against them. Unlike the Pharisees, who could only see the mud of sin, Jesus saw a masterpiece under the mud that was so valuable, he was willing to give his life to restore messy people to the original work of art he created them to be.

Combining an engaging study of Jesus’s encounters with imperfect people with inspiring stories of ordinary Christians having Christlike impact, this insightful book encourages readers to see the masterpiece beneath the mud in everyone. It shows how to align our hearts with the heart of God and our actions with the interactions of Jesus in order to show God’s love to a hurting, broken world.

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5 Responses to “Mud And The Masterpiece”

  1. Vern & Barbara Brown

    We just watched you on ‘My New Day’ in Canada = Excellent…
    We are now plugged in to your website [I'm a webmaster - Spiritual-Growth.org / Pick-A-Course.com and others]
    Thanks for all you’re doing. We’ve been Christians since 1980; been thru a few churches; plugged in to a great church now, after we moved here . . . Looking forward to reading your book [ordered] and the ones you ‘will’ write . . .
    BE BLESSED…

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  2. Crystal Thacker

    My daughter-in-law recommended this book to me, and I am so grateful she did. Our family is in the process of launching a new church in our area and this information is vital to the calling we feel on our lives. I’ve been raised in churches all of my life, yet had no one explain “how” to really win souls for God’s Kingdom like Mud and The Masterpiece. Thank you so much for sharing.

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