The Culture of Grace (via Reconcilers with Chris Rice)


I very much appreciated reading this post from Chris Rice about his close friend and brother, Spencer Perkins–oldest son of CCDA co-founder, Dr. John M. Perkins–who died thirteen years earlier at age 44 (he and I were the same age). I remember reading about Spencer’s epiphany experience with regard to his fuller understanding and appreciation of along with the very real need to experience and practice grace in all of our relationships.

The Culture of Grace Thirteen years ago today Spencer Perkins suddenly passed to heaven at age 44.  If he was alive now I’m convinced he would be one of the great prophets of our day – yet remembering that prophets are not measured by popularity. Out of his Mississippi, U.S., and international (he visited South Africa during … Read More

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