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Tired of Do-List Christianity?: Debunking the Misconceptions That Hold Back Spiritual Growth and Steal Your Joy
     

Tired of Do-List Christianity?: Debunking the Misconceptions That Hold Back Spiritual Growth and Steal Your Joy

by Scott Morton
 

Are you tired of constantly being challenged to grow spiritually?
Tired of being challenged to grow spiritually? You’re not alone. You want to grow spiritually, but you feel stuck. Despite years of church attendance and Bible study, you still struggle with being a joyful believer and wonder if you are becoming more Christlike. And when someone tells

Overview

Are you tired of constantly being challenged to grow spiritually?
Tired of being challenged to grow spiritually? You’re not alone. You want to grow spiritually, but you feel stuck. Despite years of church attendance and Bible study, you still struggle with being a joyful believer and wonder if you are becoming more Christlike. And when someone tells you to “be more committed,” well, it just doesn’t help. Join Scott Morton as he shares true stories about people like you. He’ll help you examine crippling misconceptions and self-defeating attitudes about walking with God, and you’ll be empowered to reach for new authenticity in the Christian life in ten key areas, including spiritual disciplines, family relationships, legalism, temptation, emotional struggles, character, and much more. So read it. What have you got to lose-except your frustration and maybe your spiritual do-list?! Tyndale House Publishers

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781576837962
Publisher:
Tyndale House Publishers
Publication date:
05/31/2006
Series:
By Design Series
Pages:
192
Product dimensions:
6.26(w) x 7.88(h) x 0.49(d)

Meet the Author


Scott Morton has worked with The Navigators since 1970 in field discipling ministry and has been Vice President of Development since 1997. A frequent speaker and seminar leader and the author of two books, he also writes frequently for Discipleship Journal.

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