About Dr. Paul Ellis
As a pastor and a professor, I worked six days a week and preached on Sundays. Eventually I crashed and burned. Forced to rest, I learned something about grace and began to write a blog called Escape to Reality (E2R). Sharing grace treasures with people is my passion and full-time occupation.
Why do I write?
I write so that you may know that there is no bad news in the good news, and that life without Jesus is like a frame without a picture.
Life isn’t about keeping the rules or pleasing the boss or paying the bills. Real life is the adventure of learning who you truly are – a dearly-loved child of God.
If you want to revel in the extravagant wastefulness of your Father’s love, you’ve come to the right place. If you want to learn how to walk in the freedom of God grace, I encourage you to become an email subscriber (it’s free).
I’m a born and bred Cantabrian (NZ) who grew up in the great state of Western Australia. I’ve lived in Asia and California and I now live in Auckland. If you’re interested, you can keep up with my news on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or Goodreads. I’ve written briefly about my grace journey here.
Camilla is my first, best and last wife. We were married in 1999 and each year has been better than the last. We have four amazing kids.
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My books on grace have been published in a dozen languages and won awards. If you want to translate my books, read this. If you want to pick my brains on how to become a semi-successful self-publisher, I have compiled some notes and resources here.
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About Escape to Reality
E2R is a reader-funded website, which means everything here is free thanks to the generosity of people like you. If you like what you see and want more, I encourage you to sign up on Patreon. Not only will you help the good news of grace reach more people, but you’ll get exclusive access to bonus materials, study notes, and forthcoming book chapters.
What am I working on now? Read the latest article to find out.
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