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Grace College VP of Advancement Releases ‘Gospel Generosity’

Dr. Nathan Harris, vice president of advancement at Grace, recently authored a book on generosity, “A Short Guide to Gospel Generosity: Giving as an Act of Grace,” through B&H Publishing. The book explores how Christians can joyfully steward their time, talents and possessions in obedience to the biblical mandate of generosity. The Office of Faith, Learning, & Scholarship at Grace will host a book launch and signing for Harris on Thursday, April 4, at 4 p.m. in the William Male Center, 200 Seminary Dr., Winona Lake. The reception is free and open to the public.

“In ‘Gospel Generosity,’ Dr. Harris discusses deep, theological truths of Scripture while applying those truths with great simplicity to how we as Christians should be generous,” said Dr. Drew Flamm, president of Grace College, who has 18-plus years of experience in advancement. “This book is a helpful guide for any ministry leader or pastor and for any believer who desires to understand how the gospel inspires generous hearts.”

“Gospel Generosity” identifies how true generosity extends from and centers on the Gospel. It moves the reader to think not about the duty of giving but the joy of generosity with a Kingdom focus, knowing that everything one has is God’s to use for His purposes.

“Giving is not merely a virtue for the Christian life, but a cheerful disposition that springs forth from the good news of salvation in Christ,” said Harris. “It is a sign of the radical reforming of the believer’s head and heart to joyfully serve the Lord through the stewardship of their time, abilities and resources.”

Harris is passionate about Christian philanthropy and communicating how the Gospel of Jesus Christ transforms how Christians view and participate in generosity and stewardship. He believes that generosity plays a larger role in the daily Christian life than many realize.

Harris holds a Ph.D. in New Testament, an M.Div., and Th.M. in Pedagogy from Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, and a B.A. in Youth Ministry from Malone University. He has taught courses on the New Testament, Hermeneutics and Theology, and has more than a decade of experience in Christian higher education and local church ministry.

To purchase “Gospel Generosity” or learn more about Dr. Nathan Harris, visit

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