The Low Road to New Heights
Now in paperback: Wellington Boone, the author of the popular, well-reviewed Christian marriage manual Your Wife Is Not Your Momma, delivers the unvarnished truth about what it takes for Christian believers to become Christ-like. While becoming a believer in Jesus...
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Now in paperback: Wellington Boone, the author of the popular, well-reviewed Christian marriage manual Your Wife Is Not Your Momma, delivers the unvarnished truth about what it takes for Christian believers to become Christ-like. While becoming a believer in Jesus and joining the Christian faith is a gift of God a person need only accept, following Jesus requires much more. To walk in the footsteps of Jesus means making sacrifies like those he made, if one is to imitiate the example of Christ every day. In The Low Road to New Heights, Wellington Boone elucidates the often-difficult path to becoming a true disciple of Christ. Through examples drawn from real life and passages from the Bible, Bishop Boone gets to the heart of the matter: Christians can conform to the character of Jesus by living a humble life. In an engaging style, he offers a serious spiritual regimen--a kind of high-energy Christian aerobics routine--that will last a lifetime. For those who want to move from being Christians in name only to being spiritually committed followers of Christ, Boone provides the no-nonsense, down-to-earth advice and inspiration they need to achieve their goal.
Wellington Boone is one of today's most dynamic and sought-after Christian pastors. In addition to serving his congregation, The Father's House, an international church for all people, in Atlanta, he is a bestselling author and editorial columnist, featured speaker at Promise Keepers rallies and in local congregations, seminar leader, and guest on national television and radio shows. Bishop Boone addresses people's need for personal revival, family restoration, and reconciliation among the races. Founder of several service ministries, such as Pray for the Cities, Inner-City Bible Society, New