Resisting Grace isn’t a quick read of 10 things to know about grace. It asks readers to slow down, to reflect, to listen, to pray, and to receive change, to be healed, and to be whole – spiritually, emotionally, mentally and physically integrated. Warden welcomes us into his journey as a Christ-follower who is also Asian American, a husband, a father, a counselor, and a friend, weaving together personal stories, poetry, theology, and practical diagrams into an engaging and thoughtful book. Warden doesn’t preach in his book. His gifts as a counselor transfer into his writing as he sets a safe but challenging tone that left me wanting to live “a life that cannot be explained by me”. Read it alone, or better yet read it with a group!

Kathy Khang
Regional multiethnic director with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA and blogger with Sojourners “Emerging Voices” Project