Christians searching for meaningful spiritual formation often find themselves walking a spiritual path of winding roads and confusing intersections. Fortunately, there is a pathway with no dead-ends that leads to a life of living and serving like Jesus.
In his powerful book, The Way of Holiness, author Steve DeNeff guides you to a full understanding of life as Jesus intended. Along the way, he: Exposes false assumptions and detours to holiness; Examines stages of spiritual growth and decisions in holiness; and Encourages living an authentic and practical life of holiness.
|Publisher:||Wesleyan Publishing House|
|Product dimensions:||5.40(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.70(d)|
About the Author
Steve DeNeff is senior pastor of College Wesleyan Church in Marion, Indiana. He has more than thirty-five years of pastoral experience and travels extensively as a conference speaker and leadership trainer. He is author of More Than Forgiveness and The Way of Holiness.
Table of Contents
1 The Tempting of Holiness 7
2 The Awful Mystery of the Holiness of God 25
3 The Trivialization of Sin and the Death of Conscience 46
4 The Power and Joy of True Repentance 61
5 Salvation through the Spectacles of Holiness 76
6 What is Entire Sanctification? 93
7 The Frustration and Hope of Progressive Sanctification 115
8 Innocence through Guilt 138
9 The Sanctification of the Mind 155
10 When and How We are Sanctified 176
11 Habits of the Holy 195