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Evangelicals Have Huge Problems. "Real Christian" Will Help.

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9780310515838Todd Wilson, author of the new book Real Christian, believes Evangelicals face huge problems: radical secularism, revisionist sexual ethics, pluralism, skepticism of organized religion.

These are big problems, no doubt.

The biggest problem, however, is one of our own making:

We have an image problem.

“For those outside the church, Evangelicals are viewed as unChristian in their attitudes and actions.”

This underscores the Church's need to get real. Because as Wilson says, “when the Church lacks clarity about what a real Christian is…the spiritual decline of the Church is going to follow from that.”

This book helps Evangelicals:

  • understand what it means to be a real Christian;
  • know they are right with God;
  • discern how God is at work in someone’s life;
  • make Jesus known through their life.

Watch Wilson explain why he wrote this book and how it will benefit your ministry by helping your people be real Christians.

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