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hsALTITUDE: Messy Grace Series

July 7 - August 4, 2019 $0 - 17
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Dates & Times

  • Jul 7 - Aug 4, 2019
    6:30pm - 8:30pm

Attendee Types

  • Paperback Participant Journal
    $6
  • Paperback Book Only: Messy Grace
    $11
  • Paperback Participant Journal + Paperback Book
    $17
  • No guide or book, but please give me access to Right Now Media so I can watch any missed weeks
    Free

About hsALTITUDE: Messy Grace Series

July 7, 14, 21, & Aug 4 (something different on July 28) we will be going through a series called Messy Grace during hsALTITUDE on Sunday Nights. If you miss a week we encourage you to watch it for free at home on Right Now Media, just sign up so we can make sure you have free access to Right Now Media.

It is not required to buy the Participant Journal or the book but you will get more out of it if you buy 1 or both. I encourage students to buy the Participant Journal at the very least.

  • Participant Journal - $6
  • Book: Messy Grace - $11
  • Journal and Book - $17
  • No book or Journal - $0

Click Here to Watch the Series Trailer

About the book/series:

Sometimes, grace gets messy.

Caleb Kaltenbach was raised by LGBT parents, marched in gay pride parades as a youngster, and experienced firsthand the hatred and bitterness of some Christians toward his family.

But then Caleb surprised everyone, including himself, by becoming a Christian…and a pastor.

Very few issues in Christianity are as divisive as the acceptance of the LGBT community in the church. As a pastor and as a person with beloved family members living a gay lifestyle, Caleb had to face this issue with courage and grace.

Messy Grace shows us that Jesus’s command to “love your neighbor as yourself” doesn’t have an exception clause for a gay “neighbor”—or for that matter, any other “neighbor” we might find it hard to relate to. Jesus was able to love these people and yet still hold on to his beliefs. So can you. Even when it’s messy.

Click Here to read first chapter of Messy Grace

For further study/resources on this topic I suggest: