Do you want your life to count for Christ? Would you like to make a real impact for God's kingdom in this world? You can -- and you don't have to be a great leader for it to happen. Just...
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Do you want your life to count for Christ? Would you like to make a real impact for God's kingdom in this world? You can -- and you don't have to be a great leader for it to happen. Just a good follower. In Following Christ, Joseph Stowell shows why Christ's command to "Follow me" isn't merely the starting point of Christianity. It's the very heartbeat of vibrant, effective faith. And it's not just for a few gifted leaders, but for all believers. Stowell shows you what happens when an ordinary man or woman pursues not the trappings of Christianity, but Christ himself. You'll discover - What a "non-negotiated follower" looks like - Why God does his best work through followers - Why self-directed living is a recipe for emptiness - What makes Christ so worth following - What it means to pick up your cross - Why a close walk with Jesus is the key to effective living -- Following Christ paints a compelling portrait of Christianity the way God intended it, marked by simplicity, vigorous fai
1. Follow the Leader/High Stakes in the Game Called Life 2. Life the Way it Was Meant to Be/Finding the Road Less Traveled 3. The Follower in All of Us/Submitting to the "Hound of Heaven" 4. The Tyranny of Self-Directed Living/Why We Need a Leader 5. The Compelling Christ/Why Wouldn't You Follow? 6. It's a personal Thing/The Pleasure and Power of Intimacy with Christ 7. Radical Reformation/Transforming Conduct and Character 8. The Compelling Cause/Where Will He Take Us? 9. Netlessness/What is That in Your Hands? 10. Getting Out of the Way/The Risk of Relapse 11. Following as One/Breaking Up Is Not Hard to Do 12. Followers Are Blenders/Group Dynamics for the Trip 13. Cross-Bearing/The Ultimate Challenge to Following 221 Pages