Today on Perry and Shawna Mornings we take a look a God’s grace from some fresh camera angles. First, God’s grace looks like a broken motorcycle. Then Perry shares that he doesn’t want to run away from his scars anymore. Because they have made him who he is. And they give him Jesus’ compassion for the broken. Next, we’re never going to love like Jesus loves if we don’t believe God loves us. It’s all about daring to believe that God loves us especially when our feelings tell us otherwise. We get an assist from Rod VanSolkema, pastor of Crossroads Bible Church in Grand Rapids.
Then, back in Jesus day there was a man who lived among the tombs, cutting himself, full of demons, and Jesus set him free. And this man HAD to tell others what Jesus had done for him. Perry relates this story to his own, and yours. Next, if we’re going to love like Jesus loves we need humility and to get humility we need to be broken of our pride. And ultimately to love like Jesus we need to cry out: “Wash me Jesus!” Another assist from Rod VanSolkema. And finally trusting God when life doesn’t make sense. When we do that and take the next step of faith, we bring about the salvation of the world.
Perry LaHaie is a radio host, singer, and songwriter with a passion to see the Great Commission completed in our generation. He was born and raised in northern Michigan, earned a degree in communications, and later a graduate degree in cross-cultural communications. Music and ministry have taken him all over the world. He served at Family Life Radio before serving with Frontiers, a worldwide ministry to Muslims. Perry and his wife, Teresa, have two children, Kali and Taylor.
Shawna Beyer has been a business owner, homeschool mom, church planter, project lead for a management consulting company, and church staff member. Born and raised in Southern California, she has been married for 25 years and is the mom of four. Shawna loves to help others discover a personal relationship with God that shapes how they think, feel, and live for Jesus daily. She loves being surrounded by her family and a good cup of coffee.