Max Lucado is America’s pastor. (He was named “America’s Pastor” by Christianity Today magazine and in 2005 was named by Reader’s Digest as “The Best Preacher in America.”) This man has a way with words. And when it comes to highlighting the life and death of Christ, none do it better than Max! He has written a treaure-trove of great books, each using some aspect of scripture to drive home the timeless truths of the Gospel. But clearly, his “sweet spot” is the death and Resurrection of Jesus. And why not? This is the “sweet spot” of the Christian faith, the greatest story ever told again and again with tireless devotion.
Max has has written almost 100 books with 80 million copies in print. He is a master story-teller and his gift has not waned over the years. He is still one of the most popular Christian authors on the planet.
Four titles that top the list the Max Lucado Easter collection: “No Wonder They Call Him the Savior” (1986), “Six Hours One Friday” (1989), “He Chose the Nails” (2000) and “On Calvary’s Hill: 40 Readings for the Easter Season” (2013). The “Greatest Story Ever Told,” from the pen of Max Lucado, is like a fine wine. It gets better with time. Treat yourself to a Max Lucado Easter classic this weekend!