Some of the questions I hear most often are: “Has Jason Kent written a book?”  When is your son going to share his heart in written form? Are there videos where he speaks up about what happened?  How can I learn more about what went on in his mind before he was arrested?

I am happy to tell you that through his letters, Jason has participated in the writing of every chapter in Between a Rock and a Grace Place.  The publisher sent a production team to Florida to videotape our son behind the razor wire, and cameo appearances from him are featured in each of the six sessions of the small group study.  You will find him honest, transparent, humble, and encouraging.

Our family is living what some would call a challenging life—but most of us encounter hard places at some point in life—relationship struggles, children born with disabilities, financial crises, or life altering health problems.  But despite our seemingly impossible situations, we can live lives full of grace.

With hope, joy, and a sense of humor, I’ll help you find God’s “grace places” in the middle of your most difficult moments.

The series includes these sessions:

1.      Grace in the Hardest of Places—Surprised by Faith
2.      Angels in Disguise—Surprised by Mercy
3.      Longing for a Better Life—Surprised by Contentment
4.      The Secret Power of Gratitude—Surprised by Thanksgiving
5.      Why Do You Weep?—Surprised by Joy
6.      Dwelling in the Grace Place—Surprised by Freedom

This study will help you decide where you stand when you are caught between a rock and a hard place.  Will you place yourself in a posture of humility and complete dependence on God, or will you just “try harder” and stumble over what could be a transforming encounter with grace?

If you are looking for an uplifting and encouraging small group study, click on the “Shop” link at the top of the page and go to DVD Teaching Series, and you’ll find an opportunity to order the Participant’s Guide and the six-session video-based study for the book, Between a Rock and a Grace Place.

Question:  What is the most challenging situation you are facing right now?