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Grace from the Rubble Audiobook Summary

How do you find the strength to forgive in the midst of unthinkable grief? With compassion for all who have been touched by tragedy, Grace from the Rubble tells the heart-stirring true story of found forgiveness, lasting hope, and the unlikely friendship of two fathers on opposite sides of tragedy.

In what was to become the deadliest attack on American soil since Pearl Harbor, the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing left a community searching for healing and hope.

Grace from the Rubble tells the intertwining stories of four individuals: Julie Welch, a young professional full of promise whose life was cut short by the bombing; Bud Welch, Julie’s father; Tim McVeigh, the troubled mind behind the horrific attack; and Bill McVeigh, the father of the bomber.

With searing details by firsthand witnesses, including the former governor of Oklahoma, masterful storyteller Jeanne Bishop describes the suspenseful scenes leading up to that fateful day and the dramatic events that unfolded afterward as one father buried his only daughter and the other saw his only son arrested, tried, and executed for mass murder.

Grace from the Rubble will teach you about:

  • The importance of sharing your story
  • The unlikely connections that can stem from heartbreak
  • The life-changing impact of forgiveness

Vivid and haunting, this true story is rich with memories and beautiful descriptions of the nation’s heartland, a place of grit and love for neighbors and families. Bishop shares the ways in which the bombing affected her own family and led her to meet Bud and, ultimately, how she learned to see humanity amid inhuman violence.

Praise for Grace from the Rubble:

“Readers should have tissues at hand before beginning Bishop’s affecting story. This incredible and empathetic story is a testament to the powers of forgiveness, fellowship, and redemption.”

Publishers Weekly, starred review

“Some say that love is the most powerful force in the world. I would suggest it’s forgiveness. And the astonishing and beautifully told story of two fathers drawn together by unimaginable tragedy shows how the process of forgiveness happens step by grace-filled step.”

–James Martin, author, Jesus: A Pilgrimage and My Life with the Saints

About the Author(s) of Grace from the Rubble

Jeanne Bishop is the author of Grace from the Rubble

Jeanne Bishop is a public defender, law reform advocate, and writer whose work has appeared in publications including, Huffington Post, Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun-Times, Sojourners, The Christian Century, law journals, and academic books. She lives on Chicago’s North Shore with her two sons. Connect with Jeanne at or on Twitter at @jeannebishop.  

Grace from the Rubble Full Details

Length5 hours 53 minutes
AuthorJeanne Bishop
Release dateApril 14, 2020


According to Zondervan, the Publisher of Grace from the Rubble Audiobook, Grace from the Rubble includes the following subjects: The BISAC Subject Code is Religion, Christian Life, Death, Grief, Bereavement

Additional info

The imprint is Zondervan. It is supplied by Zondervan. The ISBN-13 is 9780310357698.

Global Availability

This book is only available in the United States.

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