What Matters Most: Four Absolute Necessities in Following Christ

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One reason many of us seem to have so little of God is that He has so little of us.
What does it mean to be a true follower of Jesus Christ? According to Tony Evans, it's much more than just going to church once or twice a week. And it's more than getting excited over the sermon or being inspired by the choir. It's becoming like the One we follow. And that means observing a whole new way of life. It is not enough simply to say, "I'm on my way to heaven." The issue is, are you ...
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Overview

One reason many of us seem to have so little of God is that He has so little of us.
What does it mean to be a true follower of Jesus Christ? According to Tony Evans, it's much more than just going to church once or twice a week. And it's more than getting excited over the sermon or being inspired by the choir. It's becoming like the One we follow. And that means observing a whole new way of life. It is not enough simply to say, "I'm on my way to heaven." The issue is, are you going to become like the One who is taking you to heaven? The great commission of Jesus is that we make disciples. But we can't make disciples until we are disciples. In What Matters Most, Tony Evans defines our mission of discipleship, breaking it down into four essential categories:
  • Worship
  • Fellowship
  • Education
  • Outreach


He encourages us personally to give all we are to Jesus Christ and to make it our passion to know Him. And he challenges us corporately to strengthen each other and hold one another accountable for growth within our local church bodies.
To know Christ and to make Him known: This is your Godgiven mission. Will you choose to accept it?"
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  • ISBN-13: 9780802439239
  • Publisher: Moody Publishers
  • Publication date: 3/10/1997
  • Pages: 352
  • Product dimensions: 5.79 (w) x 8.73 (h) x 1.17 (d)

Table of Contents

The Goal: Discipleship
1. What Matters to Jesus
2. The Process of Discipleship
3. Discipleship in Action
Necessity One: Worship
4. The Concept of Worship
5. The Content of Worship
6. The Context of Worship
7. The Compensation of Worship
Necessity Two: Fellowship
8. The Concept of Fellowship
9. The Content of Fellowship
10. The Context of Fellowship
11. The Compensation of Fellowship
Necessity Three: Education
12. The Concept of Education
13. The Content of Education
14. The Context of Education
15. The Compensation of Education
Necessity Four: Outreach
16. The Concept of Outreach
17. The Content of Outreach
18. The Context of Outreach
19. The Compensation of Outreach
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