I am the leader of a local church with a strong emphasis on preaching grace. We enjoy relational links with like-minded churches, which has given rise to what might loosely be called a grace movement. While these grace-churches are diverse in orthopraxy, they share a common testimony about the positive impact that the current grace teaching is having on people in their churches, especially in terms of the way people relate to the Father, ‘do church’, reach the lost, and live their lives.1

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