About the book: Do you ever look at people who call themselves Christians, and wonder about the lack of Christlikeness in them? Have you ever looked into your own life and questioned where you really stood with God? Do you ever entertain the inner suspicion that your relationship with God is pretense, a charade, the mere repeating of the words and feelings of others without internal conviction and change? Have churches today misunderstood the Gospel, what it really means to be a follower of Christ? In this deeply thought-provoking book, Getting Into Jesus' Life, John Vosnos addresses these questions and more in profound and practical ways, exploring what it means to be a genuine follower of Christ and offers identity with Christ and participation in Jesus' life as the key to living as a Christ-centered follower of Jesus-and the extraordinary difference this makes!
About the author: John G. Vosnos has earned both the Master of Divinity and Doctor of Ministry degrees from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Trinity International University. After a short career in corporate business, he entered pastoral ministry where he has served for forty years. He and His wife, Gayle, have three grown children and reside in Barrington, Illinois where John serves as a pastor in the Village Church of Barrington.