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Romans Study Guide: In the Grip of Grace

Romans Study Guide: In the Grip of Grace - Max Lucado

Romans Study Guide: In the Grip of Grace


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the 40 Days Through the Book: Romans Video Study (9780310126133), sold separately. Streaming video access included.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.

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Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the 40 Days Through the Book: Romans Video Study (9780310126133), sold separately. Streaming video access included.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


Be done with have to. Now we can do.

Get free from obligation. Now there's liberation.

Max Lucado ushers us into this study of one of the richest theological works ever penned, the book of Romans. The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith. When we truly understand the privilege and power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good things, so that we can do good things. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating study, Max focuses on several important themes:

  • The reality, danger and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.


The core idea of Romans is that we are saved by grace, through faith.

In a format designed for small-groups or personal study, Max Lucado welcomes us into the freedom of grace with this exploration of Paul's letter to the Roman church. When we truly understand the power of grace, it sets us free from having to do good, so that we can do good. There's no more have to, instead there's I can do.

In this liberating video study--the first of the 40 Days Through the Book series, Lucado focuses on several important themes in the book of Romans:

  • The reality, danger, and power of sin - the deepest problem humans face (Romans 1-2).
  • God's grace, which is real, amazing, available to all (Romans 3-5).
  • God has set us free, but the battle with sin continues - becoming like Jesus demands continual surrender (Romans 6-8).
  • We are a part of God's beautiful story - creation, fall, redemption, and restoration (Romans 9-11).
  • Christians follow in Jesus' footsteps by humbly serving and sacrificially loving others (Romans 12-13).
  • Christ-followers are called to live in fellowship with each other (Romans 14-16).

Sessions include:

  1. The Problem We Face
  2. The Gift We've Been Offered
  3. The Battle We Fight
  4. The Story We've Joined
  5. The Path We Follow
  6. The Fellowship We Find

Max Lucado's study on the Book of Romans is the inaugural study in a series called 40 Days Through the Book. Each of the studies in this series, taught by a different pastor or Bible teacher on specific books of the Bible, is designed to help us more actively engage with God's Word by understanding its background and culture, and applying it in a fresh way to our lives.

Designed for use with the Romans: In the Grip of Grace Video Study available on DVD or streaming video, sold separately.

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