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Everyday Grace: Infusing All Your Relationships With the Love of Jesus
By Jessica Thompson
It's hard, sometimes, to get over that thing your husband said weeks ago; or to resolve that
with your colleague at work; or to fix a lifelong friendship that's taken a bad turn. The
problem with relationships is they always seem to involve sinners--including ourselves. So how
we form strong, resilient bonds with people who, like us, are bound to mess up?
Thankfully, it's not all on us. Through stories and biblical teaching, Jessica Thompson helps
move beyond trying to "fix" the people we interact with, and shows us a better way. Though our
relationships may be marred by tension and frustration, because we are welcomed and known by
they don't have to stay that way.
"Nothing changes the way we relate to others more than knowing how God relates to us. Knowing
God loves us and forgives us and is gracious and merciful toward us and forbears with us
affects the way we think about other people. My good friend Jessica Thompson has written a book
articulates who God is for us and then shows how that changes the way we are toward others.
you, Jessica, for reminding me that God always meets my mess with his mercy and my failure with
forgiveness. Knowing this makes me want to love God and others."--Tullian
, founder of Liberate and author of One Way Love: Inexhaustible Grace
"Relational paradise was lost when our first parents fell into sin. Our desire for change in
area is anywhere between cautiously optimistic and downright cynical. What I enjoy about
is that Thompson simply cannot get over the one hope for true
reconciliation: God, in Christ, has befriended us."--Gloria Furman, author of Glimpses of
and Treasuring Christ When Your Hands Are Full
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Meet the Author
grew up in Southern California, the second child of Phil and
Fitzpatrick. After graduation from high school, she completed a Bachelor's Degree in Theology
married Cody Thompson. The Lord has blessed Cody and Jessica with three children: Wesley,
Allie, whom she homeschools. Together they serve at Westview Church, an Acts 29 church plant in
north San Diego County. When not homeschooling, Jessica is a regular speaker at conferences.
Table of Contents
1. The Problem With Us
2. The Perfection of God
3. How Do We Change?
4. God Our Father and Our Relationships With Our Children
5. Jesus Our Friend and Our Friendships
6. God’s Mission and Our Relationships With Our Communities
7. God Our Husband and Our Marriages
8. Jesus our Brother and Our Relationships With Our Families
9. Jesus Our High Priest and Our Relationships With Church Members
10. Jesus a Carpenter and Our Relationships With Our Co-Workers
11. The Holy Spirit Our Comforter/Helper and Our Relationships With Difficult People
12. The Gospel for the Relationship Failure