If your heart beats passionately for people who have wandered far from God, you need to read this book today! In Eats with Sinners, Arron Chambers reminds us of the power of love in reaching people for Jesus. He reminds us that love is always the best context through which to share the truth. And he reminds us that there are no lost causes.
I love that each chapter of this book focuses on a character trait that Christians should cultivate. God always wants to do work in us before he works through us. Let this book help mold your heart as the Spirit changes you—and then he may just use you to change the lives of the people around you.
It’s so easy to forget that the people who live on our streets, who we see on the news, who believe differently than we do, whose lifestyles may make us uncomfortable, all bear the holy image of God and carry the same fears, the same loneliness, the same ultimate longings that Christians do. Eats with Sinners is a gentle call to emulate a God who, when we were still far off, met us in Christ and brought us home.
Arron Chambers’s passion and heart for people come through powerfully in Eats with Sinners. This is a fantastic resource for all of us to be reminded and challenged by the way of Jesus. Arron points to how we can engage people with the purpose of Jesus in practical and inspiring ways.
Jesus was called a friend of sinners. We are supposed to be friends with sinners. In fact, if you’re not close to people who are far from God, you may not be as close to God as you think you are, because God’s heart is always with those who are far from him. In Eats with Sinners, Arron Chambers will inspire you to get closer to some people who are far from God and love them as Jesus did.
Thanks for your book. Thanks for your heart. My wife mentioned the other day on the way home from church, “How can one book make such an impact on our whole church?”
Our series on Eats with Sinners is going great. People are being baptized, joining the church, and reaching the lost. Exciting times! I cannot truly express the impact Arron’s book is having on our church. It is changing hearts and changing lives.