Grace Alone


Grab a cup of tea, get comfortable, and open the pages of Ruth Meyer’s book, Grace Alone. This is contemporary Christian fiction at its finest. The characters are the people you meet in your daily walk: your family, friends, neighbors, the people in your worship community. People who are flawed, carry baggage, and in need of God’s grace. Take a trip to Mapleport, Michigan, and see how Meyer weaves a tale that will stay with you long after you finish reading.

-Janice Wendorf; 16th president of the Lutheran Women’s Missionary League and avid reader

On a chilly (or rainy, if you live near me) February day, what better thing to do than curl up with a good book? Today is official release day for Grace Alone, and some people who pre-ordered their copies have already received them! If you haven’t placed your order yet, be sure to do so at Concordia Publishing House. I’d love to see what you think of the book, so please leave a review either in the comments here or on the CPH page itself. Just be sure not to give anything away- we don’t want to ruin the story for someone who hasn’t read it yet! So take Janice Wendorf’s advice and get comfortable with that cup of tea as you open the pages of Grace Alone.


4 thoughts on “Grace Alone

  1. I enjoyed Grace Alone very much. The main character is both believable and likeable. Just as a note, though, in your next edition of the book, you might want to omit the reference to the Alleluia verse being sung during the Lenten service. As I’m sure you know, there are no Alleluias during Lent!

    1. Oh, my! I can’t believe in all the times I went through the manuscript I never caught that. I’ll have to have a talk with Pastor Lixon. 😉

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