Pastor Kurt Bubna shares his tales of being a self-confessed idiot, his mistakes in his past, as a husband, father, and pastor in hopes of helping others who are in need of God’s grace. This book features a variety of stories from Bubna’s past, some are funny, some are sad, but all are honest.
What I liked the most about this book is that it is written by a pastor who shares his failures. Sometimes it feels like other people have it all together, especially pastors, and that they never struggle with bad choices or grave mistakes in their relationships. However, Bubna shares his mistakes and also his experiences with a God of second chances, which can inspire readers to accept God’s grace and second chances in their own life. I know I have!
This book is a perfect take-along to read if you have snippets of time here and there, because each chapter stands on its own. So you can read a chapter while waiting to pick up your kids, or at the doctors, or anywhere you have just a couple of minutes to spare and could use a little encouragement.
I also liked the way this book touched a little bit on a wide variety of subjects, from marriage, relationships, abuse, to finances. It kept the book really interesting.
I highly recommend this book to anyone who has ever felt like they’ve failed or has been in need of grace. It would make a great Christmas gift for the reader in your family.
I received a copy of the book from the publisher in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.
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