034 | The Cross Worked: A Conversation with Zach Maldonado

Welcome to episode 34 of The Grace Cafe Podcast. This episode is a conversation between Mike and Zach Maldonado, centered around Zach’s book, The Cross Worked: Why You Can Have Confidence On The Day Of Judgment. Zach is the Communication’s Pastor at Church Without Religion in Lubbock Texas and is on staff at Andrew Farley Ministries.

Are you ready to hear the good news of the gospel afresh? Are you ready to be reminded that God isn’t disappointed in you? Are you ready to hear all over again that the Father has the same opinion of you that he has of Jesus? Are you ready to be reminded that Jesus plus nothing is all you need?Are you ready to be reminded that Jesus plus nothing is all you need? Are you ready to be reminded that there’s nothing wrong with you and you are righteous in Christ? Grab your favorite beverage, strap in and hold on.

Zach’s book is available everywhere but here’s a link to it on Amazon for your convenience:

You can reach out to Zach here:

-Enjoy!


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Author: Mike Adams

Husband, dad, papa, blogger, podcaster, tired and retired.

One thought on “034 | The Cross Worked: A Conversation with Zach Maldonado”

  1. M & S, we got to meet Zach, Drew, Mark, Ralph, Tracy, Wynema and many others in Plano last Spring. It was awesome, and we were blessed so richly. Sorry we couldn’t make it to Lubbock to meet you, but it’ll work out soon. We have listened to GC 34 back to back in the evening here in Indy, and we could not be more excited about how Dad is using you. Also agree with the Zachmeister that how Father is leading you and speaking thru you is glorious. Enjoyed those thoughts from Jesus thru you as much as Zach. Thanks and bless you. Hope to get to know you and that you will make time to browse my “eEncourager” posts, articles and stories (FB and IG). Chat soon!

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