List of Present-day Grace Preachers…

The first list below (in alphabetical order) is taken from: LINK & there are more mentioned in the comments

  1. Andrew Farley (Church without Religion)
  2. Andrew Wommack (Andrew Wommack Ministries)
  3. Chris Kratzer (
  4. Clark Whitten (Grace Church Orlando)
  5. Connie Witter (Because Of Jesus Ministries)
  6. Daniel דניּאל (Awesome Good News Grace)
  7. Daniel Silva (Saints Not Sinners)
  8. Jeff Turner (Sound of Awakening Ministries)
  9. John Crowder (The New Mystics)
  10. John J. Withington (Grace Revolution Ministries)
  11. John W. Reed (All The Time Ministries)
  12. Jonathan Welton (The Welton Academy)
  13. Joseph Prince (Joseph Prince Ministries)
  14. Joyner Briceño (Joyner Briceño Ministries)
  15. Makala Doulos (Psalm 16:11)
  16. Paul Ellis (EscapeToReality)
  17. Paul White (Paul White Ministries)
  18. Phil Drysdale (Phil Drysdale Ministries)
  19. Richard Murray (The Goodness of God)
  20. Rob Rufus (City Church International)
  21. Stephen Edwards (The Grace Space)
  22. Steve McVey (Grace Walk)
  23. Tullian Tchividjian (Liberate)

The 2nd list given below is taken from: LINK – again there are more mentioned in the comments. You will also notice few who are common in both lists. 

This page gives a different twist- dividing Grace preachers as Arminian grace teachers Vs Calvinist grace teachers: LINK . As per the list, following is the roll call:

Examples of popular Arminian grace teachers: Max Lucado (Grace: More Than We Deserve, Greater Than We Imagine), Brennan Manning (Ragamuffin Gospel and All Is Grace), Scot McKnight (Embracing Grace: A Gospel for All of Us), Joseph Prince (Unmerited Favor), Steve McVey (Grace Walk), Paul Ellis (The Gospel In 10 Words, The Gospel In 20 Questions), and Andrew Farley (The Naked Gospel).

Examples of popular Calvinist grace teachers: Dr. Timothy Keller (The Prodigal God), Matt Chandler (The Explicit Gospel), Jerry Bridges (The Transforming Power of the Gospel), Tullian Tchividjian (Jesus+Nothing=Everything; One Way Love), Scotty Smith (The Reign of Grace), Robert Farrar Capon (“…the Outrage of Grace”) and Steve Brown (Scandalous Freedom: The Radical Nature of the Gospel).

There is one more list you can find here- LINK – details are pasted below:

Joe Child


“Maybe you can relate to this….

When I first became a Christian, I was so grateful that Jesus accepted me as I was. My life was pretty messed up, and I knew it. So when I realized that God loved me first, it was the natural reaction to love Him back. Joy and peace surrounded me, prayers were answered miraculously, life was filled with hope……

Then I went to church.

Don’t get me wrong, I was so excited to be with other believers. I was so hungry to learn. But over time, I began to realize that I was being taught all the things I had to DO to earn and maintain God’s pleasure with me. Answers to prayer grew further apart, joy and peace began to elude me.

Why? The answer to this question has taken me years to learn, but it finally dawned on me. When I first met Jesus, he was my total focus. I never for one second expected Him to answer my prayers because I deserved it, I knew better than that. But after spending years in church, I now understand that I had picked up teaching along the way that took my focus off of Jesus, and centered on me and my behavior.

I would pray, and when the answer seemed postponed I would begin navel gazing, sifting through my past behavior to make sure I measured up. Obviously, I never did. There was always something more I could have done, or less bad stuff I should have done. As a result, I got to the place where I knew God loved me (after all, He loves everyone) I just wasn’t sure that He liked me.

Whenever we take the focus off of Jesus and His finished work on the cross, we inevitably put the focus where it should not be, It shouldn’t be about circumstances, the devil or me. It is ALL about Jesus. We never deserved any of His goodness, His Grace is a free gift.

My journey reminds me of Peter walking on the water. As long as Jesus was his focus, all was well. The wind and the waves scared Peter and he began to sink.  It didn’t enter Peter’s mind that he would not be able to walk on water even if the wind was still and the sea was glass.

My point is …..It’s all about Jesus. Period. He paid the ultimate price so that my sins could be forgiven and I could receive new life. Take your critical eyes off of yourself, and turn your gaze toward Him.

That’s what we are about at Impact. Living by Grace… because it was never meant to be so hard.”

Paul Ellis


Dr. Paul Ellis is the author of The Gospel in Ten Words and The Gospel in Twenty QuestionsHe writes regularly about the good news of God’s amazing grace at A former Bible smuggler, Paul pastored a multicultural church in Hong Kong for ten years. He was employed as a full professor at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. He is ranked as one of the world’s most prolific scholars in the field of international business. He lives with his wife and their three children in Auckland, New Zealand.

Tony Seigh


Tony and Kara are passionate about spreading the joy and love of the liberating Gospel of Jesus Christ. Tony is an itinerant speaker, sharing the Good News, bolstering our identity in Christ and confirming the message with signs and wonders. He is known for contagious, supernatural joy.

The Seighs desire to see an entire generation awaken to their redemption and freedom, walking in the supernatural, with great joy and celebration of the finished work of the cross. They carry the message of grace and have made it their aim to “know nothing but Christ and Him crucified.” (1 Corinthians 2:2)

Steve Mcvey


Steve McVey is the President of Grace Walk Ministries, a discipleship training ministry located in the Tampa Bay area. He is the author of the books Grace Walk, (Harvest House, 1995) Grace Rules, (Harvest House, 1998), Grace Amazing (Harvest House, January, 2001), A Divine Invitation (Harvest House, July, 2002), The Godward Gaze (Harvest House, 2003), The Grace Walk Experience (Harvest House Publishers 2009), Walking in The Will of God (Harvest House, 2009), Journey Into Intimacy (Grace Walk Resources, LLC 2008) 52 Lies Heard in Church Every Sunday (Harvest House 2011) and Helping Others Overcome Addiction (co-authored with Mike Quarles – Harvest House 2012). Over 550,000 copies of Steve’s books have been published in fifteen languages. He and his wife, Melanie live in Atlanta. They have four adult children and three grandchildren.
Read Steve McVey’s Bio

Bart Millard


“I am a product of the system! What I mean is I grew up on Christian music. I was that kid who, while singing in front of the mirror playing a mean tennis racket , imagined singing with my favorite Christian artist rather than some big rock star. Now some could say that was just the beginning of what would be a major calling in my life. I tend to think I just needed to play outside more and have fewer imaginary friends. Regardless how you choose to see it, this is who I am. I remember joining my first praise band. I remember doing my first church camp. I remember when we started MercyMe. I remember making our first independent album. I remember the first time I led a kid to Christ at one of our concerts. I remember the first time I heard one of our songs on the radio. I cried. Not because it was on the radio, but because my dad believed it would happen one day. I am a product of the system to say the least. Christian music has played an enormous role in who I am today, and I am forever grateful.”

Joseph Prince


A founding member of New Creation Church, Joseph initially served as an elder and associate pastor. However, his unanimous appointment as senior pastor in 1990 marked a turning point in the history of the church, which started experiencing phenomenal growth. Under Joseph’s leadership, the church congregation has grown by more than a hundredfold—from about 150 to more than 30,000.

Joseph believes the best in people and is committed to helping them discover how they can reign in life through the abundance of grace and the gift of righteousness. His desire is to help this generation of believers understand the new covenant of grace and realize how greatly blessed, highly favored and deeply loved they are by their heavenly Father.

Jeff Turner


Sound of Awakening Ministries is the preaching and teaching ministry of Pastor Jeff Turner.  Jeff presently serves on the pastoral staff of Marysville Assembly of God, in addition to teaching and preaching in churches throughout the country.  His greatest desire is to see a generation awaken to the reality of Christ’s finished work, and truly come to grips with the loving heart of the Godhead.  Jeff is passionate about unveiling the radical love of God for all of humanity, and calling a generation to experience Him for who He truly is–a loving Father who burns for us!

Francois du Toit


Lydia and Francois met on the 25th of August 1974, while he was working with Youth For Christ.  She was sixteen and he nineteen! The following year he studied Greek and Hebrew at the University of Pretoria for three years while Lydia completed her nursing training. In 1978 Francois also spent a year with Youth with a Mission. They married in January 1979 and are blessed with four amazing children, Renaldo, Tehilla, Christo and Stefan. Francois has written several books in both English and Afrikaans, including God Believes in You, Divine Embrace, Done! and The Mystery Revealed. He is currently passionately engaged in continuing with The Mirror Translation.

Andre Rabe


The purpose of is to clearly focus, accurately see, and boldly proclaim the beauty and success of what God has done and continues to do for mankind.
Here are some resources to get started with:
Article: You are ValuableAudio: The Beginning
Video: Image and Likeness

Look and continue to look,
the perfect, complete, and eternal freedom.
Listen; listen intensely;
listen in such a way that it bursts forth in inspired expression – be the poet of what you see.
Then act; act in the full conviction of what you have seen and heard,
and you will find delight and affirmation in your action.
James 1:25 (translated by Andre Rabe)

Phil Drysdale


“My hope is to provoke thought and discussion so that people would be edified, encouraged and come into a greater revelation of the goodness of God and our perfection in Him and all that means.
I’m not a world renowned theologian, I’ve not been through years of seminary, I’ve not even been a pastor of a church. However I have something going for me that many do not… I’m never scared to ask questions of what I believe. If what I’m standing on is a solid foundation then it will stand. If not – then I’m glad to be shot of it!God has me on a journey discovering His goodness and who I am in Christ and I’d love for you to join me!”

Rob & Glenda Rufus


Rob and Glenda Rufus are the apostolic father and mother and the senior pastor couple of City Church International. They have raised three children, who all serve the Lord, Jay, Ryan and Bonnie and have been married since 1975. They grew up in South Africa where they planted their first church at the ages of 23 and 20, called Victory Faith Centre in Pinetown, Natal. The church quickly grew to 700 people within a few years, raised enough money to purchase its own amazing property. Rob and Glenda are loved by City Church and are raising up a powerful community of people that are filled with the love and grace of God. CCI has some of the most incredibly servant hearted and faith filled people you’ll ever meet. Their ministry is also groing in profile around the world, as they travel to many countries every year ministering the Gospel of Gods grace and helping to build local churches  everywhere.

Andrew Farley


Andrew Farley is lead pastor of Ecclesia: Church Without Religion, a non-denominational church that has resided on the high plains of west Texas for more than 55 years. Andrew is a bestselling author of five Christian books, which have been published thus far in English, Spanish, German, Dutch, Arabic, Indonesian, Nigerian (English), and Korean. Andrew’s writings have been featured in national news and media outlets including PBS, CBS, and FOX.
His books are:
The Naked Gospel: The Truth You May Never Hear in Church
God Without Religion: Can It Really Be This Simple?
Heaven is Now: Awakening Your 5 Spiritual Senses to the Wonders of Grace
Operation Screwtape: The Art of Spiritual War
The Hurt & The Healer (co-authored with Bart Millard of MercyMe)Andrew serves as a faculty adviser for InterVarsity Christian Fellowship,and he frequently speaks to Christian university groups like Campus Crusade for Christ and at churches around the United States and in Canada. You can hear Andrew Farley LIVE, a nationwide call-in program, every Sunday afternoon at 2pm Eastern on WAVA-FM on the east coast and nationwide on Sirius XM Satellite Radio, Channel 131.

Greg & Michelle Haswell


Greg Haswell holds a degree in Theology from Global University, and his wife Michelle completed her studies in Early Childhood Education at Teachers Training College. Greg and Michelle met as high school sweethearts, and married five years later, after completing their education.

Greg and Michelle have been in ministry together for over 20 years. In their native South Africa, they led a church of over 1,500 members. They have pioneered two successful Christian radio stations, a crisis telephone counseling ministry, supported the establishment of a city wide community center, established a national leaders forum for young leaders and were co-leaders of a national youth organization. Then they felt God called them to come to the USA, where they are now citizens. In addition to pastoring Northlands, they provide support in an informal way to several other churches.

D. R. Silva


“The reason I choose to write mostly about Jesus is because, well, He is what changed my life. And I don’t just mean that in a meaningless cliche fashion. I’ve been a Christian for most of my life. And have spent the last 10 years straight participating in it non-stop. But it wasn’t until a few years ago that one of my friends told me about what Jesus really did, that my life was changed forever. In the 18 years I had been going to church beforehand, nobody had ever told me anything like it. It was like it was the best kept secret in history, and once I found out about it, I came alive.

I used to be a depressed and hopeless about life–that’s where the name of my music project To The Hopeless came from. But once I heard the gospel I instantly sprang to life, and nothing has been the same for me since. I am hopeful and excited about the future. I no longer look at it with fear and dread. I write because I want the chance to help others come alive just as I did when I finally heard the good news about life.”

If you notice, you will find Joseph Prince mentioned in all the above list.JP-CharismaMag

No wonder Charisma Magazine called him the ‘Prince of Grace’ in their Cover page of June 2010.

In fact, you will see the original interview: LINK and a write-up on the coverage by Paul Ellis here.

Paul in fact makes a good compilation of what he feels are 20 of JP’s all-time best exclusively on the subject of grace, taken from three sources; Prince’s two books Destined to Reign (DTR), Unmerited Favor (UF) and the Charisma Interview (Charisma):

Joseph Prince: Top 20 Grace Quotes (as per Paul Ellis)

  1. “Grace is not a theology. It is not a subject matter. It is not a doctrine. It is a person, and his name is Jesus.” (DTR, p.24)
  2. “The central tenet of the new covenant … is the complete forgiveness of sins!” (UF, p.171)
  3. “God’s forgiveness is not given in installments.” (UF, p.194)
  4. “Old Testament prophets call your sin to remembrance, while New Testament preachers call your righteousness to remembrance. Old Testament preachers tell you what’s wrong with you, while New Testament preachers tell you what is right with you because of what Jesus has done, in spite of what is wrong with you.” (DTR, p.220)
  5. “What man calls ‘balance,’ God calls ‘mixture’.” (UF, p.103)
  6. “The moment you accepted Jesus, God have you an eternal ‘A+’ for your right standing with Him.” (UF, p.313)
  7. “For the believer, God’s throne is not a throne of judgment. It is a throne of grace, a throne of unmerited favor.” (UF, p.298)
  8. “It is the gift of no condemnation that gives people the power to sin no more. Unfortunately, many have flipped the order. They say, ‘Go and sin no more, then we will not condemn you.’ There is no power in that. Experiencing the grace of our Lord Jesus gives people the power to stop sinning.” (Charisma)
  9. “The Bible says that sin shall not have dominion over you when you are not under law but under grace. So if you are living in sin, you are definitely not under grace.” (DTR, p.167)
  10. “Grace brings about a restraint that is supernatural.” (UF, p.147)
  11. “When you fall in love with Jesus, you will fall out of love with sin.” (Charisma)
  12. “Let me teach you how to discern if the grace teaching that you are hearing is doctrinally sound. When you hear the new covenant of grace preached, it is always Christ-exalting. It always reveals more and more of Jesus… There is no grace without Jesus.” (DTR, p.32)
  13. “It’s actually very easy to identify the difference between the old and new covenant teachings. Just ask yourself if the teaching is putting the emphasis on what you have to do or what Jesus has done. Does it make you introspective, always looking to yourself and how you fared or failed? Or does it turn your eyes away from yourself to look upon Jesus?” (UF, p.148-9)
  14. “Our part in the new covenant of grace is to simply believe!… We are to believe in Jesus!… In the new covenant, there is nothing for us to do but to believe!” (UF, pp.167,169)
  15. “In the end times people will not be anti-God, but they will be anti-Christ… That is why, in these last days, we need more preaching about Jesus, His finished work and the new covenant of His unmerited favor.” (UF, p.170)
  16. “The gospel is simple, and it takes theologians to complicate it.” (UF, p.13)
  17. “God sent His Son to die for you while you were still a sinner. Obviously, He does not love you only when you are perfect in your behavior and thoughts. His love for you is unconditional.” (UF, p.138)
  18. “God will not punish the believer again, not because He has gone soft on sin, but because all our sins have already been punished in the body of Jesus.” (UF, p.151)
  19. “Once you receive Christ, you are standing on favor ground. You are no longer on condemnation ground… In His eyes we are all His favorites.” (UF, p.315)
  20. People sometimes ask me, ‘Pastor Prince, if you don’t teach the Ten Commandments to your church, what is going to govern them?’ My friend, the Lord Himself will govern them!” (UF, p.37)

Do you see anyone else mentioned in all 4 lists- if you do, mention it in the comments section…God Bless!


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