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You’re a believer. You think you’re growing in your spiritual life.
What if we said you could actually know?
You’re a believer. You’re a follower of Christ trying to mature in your faith. And while you’re waiting to grow, you end up sinning again and again. So you try to be good, and try to do more, and hope to grow spiritually. But grow to what?
The Anatomy of a Disciple: So Many Believers. So Few Disciples. is an incredibly fresh, practical and relatable read, identifying 8 elements of Christ’s life that ought to be reflected in yours: Humbly Submitted. Biblically Formed. Sacrificially Generous. Morally Discerning. Relationally Healthy. Intentional Blessing. Culturally Engaged. Inclusive Community. Using these 8 elements, The Anatomy of a Disciple Self-Assessment identifies areas where you are becoming more like Christ and those that are far from the Lord.
What if you knew exactly what a disciple of Christ looked like? What if you knew with certainty – whether or not – you were actively becoming more like Him?
Do you think your spiritual life would look different? Do you think it would feel different?
Offering a common language to what is generally understood as a complex idea, The Anatomy of a Disciple provides awareness of what God intended for authentic and sustainable spiritual growth, and what He intended for His disciples, as well as substantial resources allowing you to respond to what He is calling you to do.
You have a purpose in this life.
Do you believe that? Do you live like it’s true?
Rick Taylor walks alongside you through this journey of The Anatomy of a Disciple, giving you a clear, thorough picture of Jesus’ life and what it means to be His disciple, as you learn how to live out the teachings of the Bible in a practical, relatable way.
You try to be good. And fail. You try harder to be good. And fail. Eventually, you don’t try so hard, don’t live so well, and just show up on Sunday out of obligation, bored to death, and fake it.
Follow one man’s personal journey through The Anatomy of a Disciple. Once far from the Lord and focused on things that stimulated all sorts of nonsense, Brad Bell proves you can become more and more like Him over time, no matter who you are or where you have been.