The Depth of Grace by J. Bronson Haley
Finding Hope at Rock Bottom

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A well-told memoir that strikes a taut balance between adventure and spiritual meditation.


From street fights and seances to drunken parties and drug runs into Mexico ...

J. Bronson Haley lived life so fast that he'd sometimes wake up in a jail cell without having a clue as to how he got there. As one of the most feared street fighters in Shreveport, Louisiana, Bronson had a reputation that preceded him-and usually made people get out of his way.

But in spite of the breakneck life that he lived-and the tough childhood he'd endured-Bronson discovered Someone strong and loving enough to pull him out of the deep hole he'd dug for himself: Jesus Christ.

Now, in The Depth of Grace, Bronson shares the highlights-and lowlights-of his life ... and he pulls no punches. All the raw, gritty details are here, showing how Bronson failed miserably time and again. Even more, though, Bronson shares the story of how, through Jesus Christ, he overcame his sin and struggles by the grace of God and the power of His Word.

And as a bonus, Bronson offers you "Rest Stops" along the way-bits of what Bronson has learned from God's Word and how he found out that the heroes of the Bible were just as human, sinful, and in need of God's grace as we are today.

So fasten your seatbelts for a wild ride that stretches from Louisiana and Colorado to Florida and Mexico-and all the way into the arms of Jesus Christ! Through this amazing story, you'll see that God's grace is always deep enough to reach us in our darkest hour if we hold on to Him and His Word!


About J. Bronson Haley

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Still discovering the depth of God's grace each day, J. Bronson Haley works in the petroleum industry. Away from his job, Bronson loves going to church and hanging out with his wife and their son. Feel free to contact Bronson at ... he'd love to hear from you!
Published February 10, 2011 by WestBow. 299 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Education & Reference. Non-fiction
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