Before you turn this book over and begin thumbing through the pages, you need to know something. This is not one of those books that tells you your life is going to be perfect. This isn’t a book that will make you feel like Joe or Jane Superchristian. And the great thing about that is you’re in good company. There are no perfect Christians—we all struggle. If you’re honest with yourself, you will probably admit that even as you try to follow Jesus, you mess up a lot. You may even feel like there isn’t a lot of room for questions and failures in the Christian faith. But the truth is those questions and failures is part of learning to follow Jesus. It’s time to think outside the box and see that real faith doesn’t mean trying to fit into a particular mold—real faith means being real with God. Jesus is for Liars doesn’t shy away from any of the tough subjects—it asks the hard, honest questions that will let you explore who you are and who God is so you can see that true faith isn’t about pretending to be perfect, it’s about following Jesus just as you are.