The Irony Of Grace: A Journey Of Forgiveness
By: Chandler GerberBased on the author's heart-wrenching experiences from 2009 through 2014, The Irony of Grace is a powerful testimony of God's ability to teach us powerful lessons in the midst of life's most distressing valleys.
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Book DescriptionBased on the author's heart-wrenching experiences from 2009 through 2014, The Irony of Grace is a powerful testimony of God's ability to teach us powerful lessons in the midst of life's most distressing valleys.
Many drivers are guilty of using their phone while driving. Chandler Gerber was one of those drivers and his actions resulted in tragedy. Ironically, he previously had been severely injured in an accident caused by a distracted driver.
The Irony of Grace is the story of surrendering anger, bitterness, and resentment to Jesus Christ. The ability to forgive emerges as the result.
Chandler Gerber, a husband and father, resides with his family near Bluffton, Indiana, where he was born and raised. He speaks throughout the country on the topics of driving safety, forgiveness, overcoming obstacles, and a variety of similar themes. His life plans never included speaking or being involved in the public eye, but God has a way of using each of us as He sees fit.
Chandler appears in "From One Second to the Next", a short film on texting while driving that can be viewed on Netflix and YouTube. He is part of the "It Can Wait" program, a national crusade that raises distracted driving awareness.
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