Freedom from 'Christian slavery'
Radical grace, radical love, radical life
Mike Massé loved God and lived to reach the lost. He was admired for his commitment to the gospel and his passion for ministry.
But for many years he harbored a private sense of unworthiness and inadequacy, striving to be “good enough”—until a grace conversion liberated him from the chains of expectation and requirement.
Only as he came to recognize his true position in Christ did he find the power to love God and others as he desired—from the safe place of total acceptance.
Challenging conventional wisdom, traditional thinking, and religious attitudes as he shares his experiences, Massé explains how you can find the same freedom to be who God has always said you are.
With honesty, humor, and heart-felt conviction, he celebrates the liberty to be found in the radical truth between legalism and license.
Mike Massé has been in ministry for almost 20 years. Part of the pastoral staff at River of Life Christian Fellowship in Tolland, Conn., he also oversees the youth movement, The Rising, with his wife, Becca. They are the parents of Micah, Josiah Talon, and a third on the way.