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Are you a Christian who feels as if you've lost your way but want to get back on track and help new Christians so that they will avoid your pitfalls? Learning to Walk: Taking Baby Steps to Christian Maturity shows Christians the importance of growth in the Lord, no matter where they are on their faith journey. A person can be saved but never take the next step in the process of his or her Christian walk. For older Christians it's easy to think as long as they're going to church everything is all right. But everything is not all right. The Great Commission tells us to do more than make disciples of men. It also says we are to teach new disciples the things Jesus commanded us to do. Every person who is brought to Christ has a responsibility of his or her own, but mature Christians have a responsibility to new Christians that comes from a commandment given by Jesus. As Dr. Chesher explains, mature Christians must understand the importance of Bible knowledge and applying it to daily life, having faith even during the most difficult of times, and not judging new Christians for their past lives but seeing them as new creations in Christ. New Christians can then model their lives after their faithful counterparts. Dr. Rick Chesher has a doctorate in theology from Evangel Christian University of America and is the author of The Theology of the Book of Revelation. He was pastor of Calvary Baptist Church in Newport, Oregon, for five years before taking his current position as senior pastor at Cornerstone Baptist Church in Salem, Oregon, with his wife, Sharon.
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