The Narrow Trail: A Wanderer's Guide to Finding Jesus

The Narrow Trail: A Wanderer's Guide to Finding Jesus

by Chuck Ryor


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Healthy Christian living doesn’t happen without genuine community, growing humility, and Gospel clarity.

The Narrow Trail provides a “Three Tips” paradigm for experiencing God’s grace through three important practices. Like those who are amateur hikers and climbers are guided by those three hiking tips, Christians are counseled by God’s Word to do the same:

  • Don’t go alone
  • Know your limitations
  • Never leave the path

    The Narrow Trail aims to help people discover or rediscover a vibrant faith that is fully confident in God’s love. The confidence in God’s love it aims for is not pie-in-the-sky, wishful thinking, but a certainty based on the historic teaching about what Jesus has done for His children. In the end, by applying the principles contained therein, readers will find renewal in their faith and revival in their practice. Along the way, The Narrow Trail not only points out the benefits of genuine community, growing humility, and Gospel clarity, but takes time to explain why so many have abandoned these practices and the church.

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    Product Details

    ISBN-13: 9781631954924
    Publisher: Morgan James Publishing
    Publication date: 10/05/2021
    Pages: 236
    Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x (d)

    About the Author

    Chuck Ryor is a college professor who has planted churches in both southern California and Florida. The author of Three Tips for Campus Survival, Dr. Ryor was educated at Florida State University (PhD), Reformed Theological Seminary, and West Virginia University. Before entering the ministry, he worked in the radio industry as a station founder, program director, and on-air personality. Chuck went to be with his Heavenly Father after a tragic highway accident in April 2021. 

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