Book Review: Uncovered

book by Rod Tucker Uncovered
The Truth about Honesty and Community
By Rod Tucker

A vision for a more honest church. Christians have become masters of self-deceptive and fake moral living. Just like Adam and Eve, we don't want anyone to know we are spiritually naked. But covering up around God denies us the life he has meant for us. In Uncovered Rod Tucker shows us how to cultivate an honesty that sheds all trace of superficiality in our lives and in our churches. He encourages is to openly admit our daily and perennial struggles so that we can experience unaltered grace and in turn building welcoming grace-filled communities that will change lives. 

Rod Tucker is the founding pastor of The River:pm a church site is Kalamazoo, Michigan and the author of Remembering a Forgotten Grace: Thoughts on Shame, Beauty, Romance and Radiance. Thorough books, speaking and various forms of media, he seeks to open conversations with real people who are pursuing a real God. 

Christianity really is a tricky thing. Try as you might, you still make mistakes, and because of your faith your mistake seems to be magnified, although you yourself try and hide it. I love that Rod Tucker in Uncovered wants to take away this hiding and shame and have a more open view of our mistakes, and struggles, not just towards ourselves but our friends as well. If you liked True Love Dates, Good God Lousy World and Me or Heaven Changes Everything you'll really want to check out Uncovered. 

No comments:

Post a Comment

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...