Jeremy Statton

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Grace Is

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Jeremy’s book, Grace Is, is less like a book and more like a letter from a good and wise friend. It’s short, but it isn’t a fast read. Grace never is. Grace is too good and this book is too good to flip through quickly. And the words Jeremy has penned on these pages are far too heartfelt to dog-ear but I wanted to anyway.

It’s not a book of poetry, but you can read it like it is. Grace is a lot like that too. Jeremy reminds us that we get to read grace any way we want to.

You’ll want to read this one a couple times. Each time, you’ll find something new for you.

Bob Goff, founder Restore International, author of Love Does. Curator of all things whimsical

What is the book about?

Often we limit grace as a theological term. An idea that it more technical than it is practical.

We are unable to over-simply God’s love for us. We simply cannot make it practical enough.

I need it. You need it. The entire world needs it.

Jeremy Statton blends poetic phrasing and thoughtful reflection in this mini-book on grace, reminding all of us that all of life hinges on God’s mercy.

– Sarah Cunningham, Community Designer at STORY and author of Picking Dandelions. Blogs at

Why is the book so short?

Grace Is is short to serve as a constant, easy reminder, of how good God is to us. To quickly remind ourselves of his love.

It’s short to make it quick to read and easy to share. After you read it, I hope you will tell others about it. Tell everyone you can. We all need grace.

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How do I get a copy?

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26 Replies

  1. Sandra Delemare

    this little book is fantastic – Grace – sums up my journey with God, our wonderful God of the 2nd chance, 3rd, 4th….
    Thanks for this, Jeremy

    1. Thanks, Sandra. I won’t tell you what chance I am on. ; )

  2. Diane

    This book puts my six-word memoir – “I never did get it right” – into the proper context and explains why it’s not up to me to get it right.  (Good thing!) Beautifully simple, yet eternally profound ~ thanks for sharing.   

  3. Karij62

    Jeremy, thank-you for your book. It is something I will read often. What a wonderful reminder of the awesome love of our Lord and Savior! I posted it to my FB Page to share with my friends.

    1. Thanks Karij. I’m glad it’s helpful. Thank you for sharing.

  4. Hi Jeremy, 
    I just read some of your posts. I love your line, “Our stories, whether we know it or not, have the fingerprints of God all over them.”  
    I started writing my memoir last year and I penned the same sentiment. If the lowest point of my life was a crime scene you would surely find God’s fingerprints all over the place. He came to me, right smack in the middle of my mess. He rescued me. He spared me. He loved me back to Himself. He nurtured me. He didn’t treat me as my sins deserved. 

    So blessed by your words and to be part of your community. I can’t wait to read Grace!

    1. Thanks, Diana. I love the sound of your story. He showed up for you in the mess. He will keep showing up. He will never leave.

  5. hi sarah i like your songs super………………….

  6. you are so beautiful for me…………………………

  7. Deb

    I know I am missing something here, but I already subscribe to your e-newsletter, and I do not know what I need to do to get the link – perhaps I missed it earlier?

    1. It was in there some where. Sorry it wasn’t more obvious. This link will take you straight to it.

      Thank you for reading. If there is anything I can help you with, please let me know.


    2. Deb,
      I tried to send that link yesterday from my cell phone and got it wrong then myself.
      This ones works. Sorry about the mistakes.

      Jeremy Statton


  8. Mary umar

    I have been reading most of your stories, I have share some with friends and are encouraging

    1. Your words encourage me, Mary.

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