Have you ever wondered what it would be like coming face-to-face with Jesus?
Anne Graham Lotz and her daughter, Rachel-Ruth Lotz Wright, invite readers to be ready for this magnificent moment in their new devotional, Preparing to Meet Jesus: A 21-Day Challenge to Move from Salvation to Transformation.
The daughter and granddaughter of Billy Graham will sign their new book at the Billy Graham Library on Saturday, Sept. 30. This free event is from 3–4 p.m.
In Preparing to Meet Jesus, Anne Graham Lotz challenges readers to think about their relationship with the Son of God.
What comes to mind as you consider your relationship with Jesus? Did you know that He’s not looking to see how well you follow a list of dos and don’ts? Did you know that a genuine connection with Him transcends denominations and organizations and traditions and rituals? Did you know that it’s about an intimate love relationship, like the one between a bridegroom and his bride?
The devotional draws on the Biblical story of Abraham’s search for a woman of character to marry his son Isaac—and explores the characteristics that God looks for in a bride for His Son, Jesus Christ. Through daily challenges and prayers, readers will discover how to pursue a life fully devoted to Christ.
After the book signing, join Anne Graham Lotz and Rachel-Ruth Lotz Wright at the Billy Graham Library for Dinner With the Authors, where they’ll share insight from the devotional. Tickets are $50 and include a buffet dinner and a signed copy of the book.
About Anne Graham Lotz
Anne Graham Lotz is an international speaker and award-winning author of numerous books, including Jesus in Me and Just Give Me Jesus. She is the president of AnGeL Ministries in Raleigh, North Carolina, and a former chairperson for the National Day of Prayer.
About Rachel-Ruth Lotz Wright
Rachel-Ruth Lotz Wright serves on the board of directors for AnGeL Ministries and teaches a weekly online Bible study that draws thousands of people from around the world. She co-authored her first book, Jesus Followers, with her mother, Anne Graham Lotz.