If you’ve ever felt confused by the conflicting representations of Jesus you’ve encountered in the world, you’re invited to join Jami Amerine’s quest to release all the wrong ideas and get to know your Savior as He really is—bewildering grace and all.
Ever feel like God is punishing you when life is hard? If so, maybe Jesus has been stolen from you. Somewhere along the way we can forget that our God is good and not standing over us ready to punish us if we have a misstep. This is not the way we want to live friends. This isn’t freedom in Christ!
If you feel like you have lost an understanding of Who Jesus is, Come and find Him again as Kathi Lipp and Jami Amerine discuss Jami’s book, Stolen Jesus.
The Guide to Expose the Counterfeit Life
Steal Jesus back!
Get the Guide to expose the Counterfeit Life by visiting the Stolen Jesus page here.
Three of our readers will win a copy of Stolen Jesus. When in your life have you had one of these false Jesus’? Leave your answer below. Winners will be chosen in 10 days.
The Guide to expose the Counterfeit Life
Steal Jesus back!
Get the Guide to t expose the Counterfeit Life by visiting the Stolen Jesus page here.
Meet Our Guest
Jami Amerine is wife to Justin, mom to newly married-baby Maggie, Marine-baby John, College-baby Luke, and Teen-baby Sophie. Justin and Jami started the madness all over through foster care and adoption with their young sons, fondly known on her popular blog as, the vandals, Sam 5 and Charlie 3. Jami holds an undergraduate degree in Home Ec and a Graduate Degree in Education, Counseling and Human Development. She loves connecting with her readers, speaking, writing, decorating, cooking, baking and being with her family. Justin and Jami are advocates of foster care. They recently relocated to the Houston area. You can find Jami at sacredgroundstickyfloors.com and her new book Stolen Jesus: An Unconventional Search for the Real Savior at Amazon and Barnes and Noble.
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