Grace is Free
One Woman’s Journey from Fundamentalism to Failure to Faith
Grace Is Free exposes a dangerous but popular teaching among women in Christian circles today. The gospel is meant to set people free, but instead it has been subtly tainted by the enemy. False teaching has slipped in virtually unnoticed but its effects are deadly. To-do-lists, competition, and extra rules have enslaved women instead of guiding them.
Here’s a book that attempts to realign perspectives and help women understand how to rest through faith in what has already been accomplished through Jesus Christ.
“Marci challenges the status quo that we as Christian women don’t normally even think to question – and the result will be freedom.” -– Paula Hendricks, author of Confessions of a Boy-Crazy Girl, Writing and Editorial Manager at Revive our Hearts
“I enthusiastically recommend this to any woman who has suffered the burden of human expectations for ‘how to be godly.’” -– Charles Z. Moore, former Executive VP, Thomas Nelson
About the Author
Marci Preheim was born in Lincoln, Nebraska but moved to Hollywood, California as a teenager. It was there, at the age of 21, that she came to know the Savior through the ministry of a local church. Within a year of her conversion she became involved in a women’s prison ministry and discovered her passion for sharing the gospel. She married Arnie Preheim in 1993, and they moved to Nashville, Tennessee. They have 2 children, Brock (born in 1995) and Paige (born in 1998).
Marci regularly teaches the women’s Bible study at Community Bible Church. For ten years, she led a monthly chapel service for women at the Nashville Rescue Mission (Hope Center for female recovering addicts). God has gifted Marci with the ability to teach the Bible in a simple and understandable way. Many who have sat under her teaching will say that her passion for the Lord and His Word is contagious.
She is currently working on a series of Bible study guides for women. Marci has been a guest speaker for many women’s events and retreats. Her passion is for women to rediscover the power of the gospel as it applies to our everyday lives—to be freed from lies that we so easily believe and the fear of man that blinds us to what true righteousness is. “The righteous will live by faith” (Romans 1:17).