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New! Discover Jesus in Your Everyday Life

Ever felt like there had to more to discipleship? Tired of going through the motions, knowing something is missing? 

In Recognizing Jesus in Your Everyday Life, you’ll discover:
- The seven places Jesus revealed within the Gospel that you can always be in His presence
- A deeper understanding of what Jesus is doing today
- The real-world meaning of being a follower of Christ as you learn where he is and what he is doing.

Recognizing Jesus in Your Everyday Life is an insightful approach to strengthening your walk as a Christian, so you never have to wonder again if there is more to the Christian walk.

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You can join Dr. Lofton in helping others have the faith they seek.

Here's how:

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    Tell someone about Jesus every week. Disciples of Jesus are in the business of going into the world and making disciples. Yes, it's uncomfortable and hard. I know. But Jesus commanded us to tell others about his teachings. Be bold and have courage. Share your faith.
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    Talk about faith with your Christian friends. Faith should be a normal topic amongst Christians. Spend more time talking about spiritual development than you do other things. Yes, they are your friends and you have a lot in common that you like to discuss. Just make sure your conversation includes faith.
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    If you use social media, post daily about faith, Christ, and other Christian themes. Yes, we like to know what you are up to and enjoy the selfies and family photos. But social media is an opportunity to share your faith. Message a scripture. Post a meme about Jesus. You never know who might need something encouraging.