Jay Bakker





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Jay Bakker is the son of Jim Bakker and the late Tammy Faye Messner, who ran the PTL television ministry until it came crashing down in the late 1980s amid accusations of an accounting-fraud scandal. At its height, it boasted 13 million viewers and a Christian resort. Bakker began his own ministry, called Revolution, in 1994. It now has plants in New York, Charlotte, and Atlanta.

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“Grace saved my life; it can revolutionize yours.”
Jay Bakker, Fall to Grace: A Revolution of God, Self & Society

“In order for grace to truly be grace, it has to extend to absolutely everyone, no matter what, no questions, no exceptions. Otherwise we think that somehow, by living a moral life...we've deserved it”
Jay Bakker
tags: grace

“When we really understand it, we will always find grace offensive. And that's exactly the way it should be. If we start to feel comfortable with grace, then we've lost what it really means.”
Jay Bakker, Faith, Doubt, and Other Lines I've Crossed: Walking with the Unknown God
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