Steps to Freedom in Christ Revised (Workbook) (Freedom In Christ Course)
:TAKE HOLD OF THE FREEDOM THAT IS YOURS IN CHRIST! Do you want to become an even more fruitful disciple of Jesus? Are you tired of not fulfilling your full potential as a Christian? No matter how long or short...
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:TAKE HOLD OF THE FREEDOM THAT IS YOURS IN CHRIST! Do you want to become an even more fruitful disciple of Jesus? Are you tired of not fulfilling your full potential as a Christian? No matter how long or short a time you have been a Christian, or how far you feel you are on the journey, you will find The Steps To Freedom In Christ a wonderfully refreshing spiritual check-up. It will help you clear away the spiritual cobwebs and connect with Jesus in a deeper way. Many use it on a regular basis to give God an opportunity to highlight attitudes and behaviours that need to change and to uncover areas where their faith is not as strong as they would like it to be. It is particularly effective when used in conjunction with the teaching on The Freedom In Christ Course or in Neil Anderson's many other books. It's also extremely effective for those facing particular challenges such as: Condemning thoughts Patterns of wrong behaviour Spiritual struggles Hopelessness The Steps To Freedom In Christ can be used on its own but is especially effective when used in a church as part of The Freedom In Christ Course, a 10-week multimedia small group discipleship course that has been used by over 350,000 people and translated into over 25 languages.
Steve Goss is director of Freedom in Christ Ministries U.K. and presents the Freedom in Christ course. He has a background in marketing. He is married to Zoe, and they have two daughters.
Dr. Neil T. Anderson is the founder and president emeritus of Freedom in Christ Ministries, which has offices and representatives in forty countries. Dr. Anderson has authored more than seventy books on Christ-centered living, including Discipleship Counseling and The Bondage Breaker. He was formerly chairman of the Practical Theology Department at Talbot School of Theology and has five earned degrees including two doctorates. Dr. Anderson lives in Franklin, Tennessee. For more information, see www.ficm.org.