GRACELETS: Being Conduits of the Extravagant Acts of God’s Grace v1.5 (eBook)

As Jesus followers, we are the conduits for his gracelets. We are carriers of the gracelets. We don’t own them, thus we cannot use them at our discretion. The gracelets are owned and operated by the Trinity. In any life circumstance, the Trinity might flow a drop or two of grace through us on its

As Jesus followers, we are the conduits for his gracelets. We are carriers of the gracelets. We don’t own them, thus we cannot use them at our discretion. The gracelets are owned and operated by the Trinity. In any life circumstance, the Trinity might flow a drop or two of grace through us on its way to someone else. When that gracelet reaches its destination, our part is complete. The giver of the gracelets decides how to make what we have delivered flourish in the recipient. This book interacts with these ideas.



Meet the Author
Winn Griffin is a writer, Bible teacher, and pastor. He has taught in the church and in the college system during that time. He is the founder and president of Seeing the Bible Live Ministries. In addition, he has created two online schools: The Institute for Biblical Studies and Missio Dei Learning Community. He created Harmon Press where he is the Publisher to help authors who are a bit invisible to get their books into print easily.

He served as the Research Director for Vineyard Ministries International, Anaheim, CA. He was the Editor of the first Vineyard magazine: First Fruits. He was the founder and director of Vineyard Institute for Ministry, which was the first training center for young Vineyard pastors in addition to giving oversight to personnel and training in two other Vineyard schools. He has made hundreds of public presentations. He has authored three pBooks (God’s EPIC Adventure, googling God’s Will, and GRACELETS: Being Conduits of the Extravagant Acts of God’s Grace, and several eBooks).

Winn loves spending time with his family, collecting baseball cards, watching movies, eating banana sandwiches, traveling, reading mystery stories, and watching sports. He has received Bachelor of Arts, Master of Arts and two Doctor of Ministry degrees. The first three were in Biblical Studies. The last DMin at George Fox University, Portland, OR, was in Leadership in the Emerging Culture.

Winn is a member of Society of Biblical Literature, the Society for Pentecostal Studies, and the Society of Vineyard Scholars.

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