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Tired of Do-List Christianity?: Debunking the Misconceptions That Hold Back Spiritual Growth and Steal Your Joy

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You want to grow spiritually, but you feel stuck. Despite years of church attendance and Bible study, you still struggle with being a joyful believer and wonder if you are becoming more Christlike. And when someone tells you to "be more committed," well, it just doesn't help.

Join Scott Morton as he helps you examine crippling misconceptions and self-defeating attitudes abo
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Paperback, 192 pages
Published May 31st 2006 by NavPress
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