All Is Grace
A Ragamuffin Memoir
by Brennan Manning
"Brennan’s memoir is at once unvarnished and confessional, grippingly honest and poignantly tender. An unguarded peek into a life marked by foibles and blessings, gifts and pain, joy and regret. But always, in every paragraph, grace. Brennan has lived it, experienced it, and grasps the extraordinary power of God’s great gift."
—Max Lucado, pastor and bestselling author
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By Mark Yaconelli
I thank God for the ancient and holy ruin of a soul that Brennan has been entrusted to carry
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By Roger Wolsey
All is Grace is proof positive that God's healing and transforming love flows mightily through broken, imperfect vessels.
By Jana Riess
Everyone loves a reformed sinner, and Brennan Manning provides that in spades in his new memoir All Is Grace: A Ragamuffin Memoir.
By Amy Julia Becker
This is a sobering book (no pun intended) because it demonstrates the power of pain and sin even in the life of a committed, gifted, passionate believer.
By Karen Spears Zacharias
We spend too much of our time debating things that really don't matter and not enough time contemplating the one thing that truly matters — Grace.
By Bruce Epperly
Manning tosses out every dualism, proclaiming the simple truth, that wherever we are on life's journey, we will eventually run into God's arms, and they will save us even from ourselves.
By Claudia Burney
To a ragamuffin like me this book is Babette's Feast, a once in a lifetime gourmet meal from a man who spent it all, his whole life, finding grace in the most graceless places, and didn't mind serving it to us.