Lost and Found: Losing Religion, Finding Grace
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The "right" homeschooling philosophy. The "right" brand of theology. Kendra Fletcher had it all, until it all fell apart. In eighteen months, Kendra found her baby in a coma, ran over her five-year-old, and nearly lost her eight-year-old to a ruptured appendix. Discover how God used those events to transform her family's self-righteous religion into freedom in Christ. Paperback.

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Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 160
Vendor: New Growth Press
Publication Date: 2017
Dimensions: 8.25 X 5.50 (inches)
ISBN: 1942572638
ISBN-13: 9781942572633

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What happens when you lose your religion? Kendra Fletcher, homeschooling mom of eight, took pride in having it all together—the right schooling, the right theology, the right church. Everything was "right." Then it all fell apart. Three of their children were taken to the brink of death in a period of eighteen months. As wave after wave of crisis hit their family, they learned that getting religion "right" wasn’t a good substitute for a living relationship with a loving God. As they learned about their misplaced identities and false hope, they found that religion couldn’t save them–only Jesus. Only Jesus gives the grace we need to survive and thrive. Only in Jesus will our lives overflow with his grace, love, and mercy–spilling out over our families like the life-giving good news it is meant to be.

More than a memoir, Lost and Found is a call to give up those things that hold us in bondage and find the overwhelming grace and freedom of the cross. Woven through the life-changing stories that forever altered Kendra Fletcher’s family is an encouragement to readers to find their value, worth, significance, hope, and identity in Christ alone.

Gripping true story of how God heals physically and spiritually.
The difference between the gospel and merely being religious explained simply and clearly using one family’s story.
Clear direction on how to live with freedom and joy despite challenging circumstances.

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  1. bookwomanjoan
    Oak Harbor, WA
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    A memoi of leaving legalism for grace
    March 21, 2017
    bookwomanjoan
    Oak Harbor, WA
    Age: 55-65
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    Fletcher has done a good job of creating a memoir that shows how God used thee events in her life to transform her self-righteous religion into freedom in Christ. Fletcher and her husband had started a church in their living room. It had become, over the years, a church permeated with pride in their correct Reformed theology and their correct homeschooling answer to the influence of society. But when they found themselves in the midst of crisis, Fletcher and her husband realized their correct theology and practice was not the same as having a relationship with a loving God.

    This book is a memoir much more so than one containing teaching. Fletcher shares her own experiences and thoughts about them. She reveals how she came to recognize the legalism in their fellowship, such as focusing on the correct way to worship. She and her husband decided to break away from that community, ultimately finding their identity and hope in Christ alone.

    I recommend this memoir to those who have been caught up in a Christian fellowship that has become legalistic. Fletcher's story is an encouragement to identify where we might be in bondage and then lean on Jesus to find grace.

    I received a complimentary egalley of this book through Litfuse. My comments are an independent and honest review.
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