252: What Did Jesus Actually Finish? | Charles Martin

What did Jesus Actually Finish? with Charles Martin

Charles Martin

Charles Martin is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of over fourteen books.

Charles and his wife, Christy, live in Jacksonville, Florida.


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Amber welcomes acclaimed author Charles Martin to explore his deep-rooted faith in Christ, the life of Jesus and the critical significance of his crucifixion and resurrection, as depicted in one of Charles’s nonfiction books entitled ‘It is Finished.’ 

My special guest is Charles Martin

Charles Martin, a New York Times bestselling author known for his fiction novels, including the Keeper series, brings a unique perspective to the discussion of the crucifixion. His personal transformation and passion are evident in his insights about the death of Jesus and what it accomplished for us. With over 18 novels under his belt, Martin’s storytelling expertise adds depth to the conversation, shedding light on the significance of Jesus’s final words, “It is finished.” His journey and experiences make him a compelling voice in unraveling the profound meaning behind the sacrificial death of Jesus, providing a thought-provoking angle for listeners to ponder during the Easter season.

Key Takeaways:

  • Discover the profound significance of Jesus’ crucifixion and resurrection and its impact on personal faith transformation.

  • Understand the importance of the story of the man who hung on the cross beside Jesus

  • Navigate the complexities of faith in your personal journey, finding inspiration to overcome obstacles through the death of Jesus on the cross.


“It’s the kind of grace that cost Him everything to offer it.” –Charles Martin

We do not worship a dead Savior” -Charles Martin

“The grace of God is like a grace train. When it hits you, you should look different.” – Charles Martin taken from his friend and pastor Joby Martin

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