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Now Entering the Trust Zone

When we commit to becoming disciples of Christ, we need to understand what it means to be a disciple. What does Jesus require of us? What do those requirements mean to our daily lives? How can we apply the stories and sayings of Jesus to life situations?

As I read the Gospels, I’m struck by how often Jesus challenges people, urging them to leave their pasts behind, to immediately follow him, to repent and change their ways, to take risks, to do uncomfortable things to serve his kingdom, to trust utterly with faith that at its fullest would move mountains.

I've written a book exploring a dozen Bible stories of Jesus inviting people out of comfort zones to enter his trust zones, where they take risks for his kingdom while deepening their faith. Then I apply the lessons to our lives today in modern society. From Comfort Zone to Trust Zone: How Jesus Urges Us to Take Leaps of Faith for His Kingdom is already making a difference in the lives of Christians who read it and recognize that they have comfort zones they never knew they had.

I compare the trust zone to a glass floor in a tall tower. Standing on a glass floor is disorienting and uncomfortable; every sense warns of danger. But you're on a solid platform. Jesus's trust zone is like that; while uncomfortable and seemingly dangerous, you're actually standing on the solid rock of Christ.

Please join me on an introductory tour over the next few weeks. I'll present:

  • Quotes and short sections from the book

  • What people are saying about their reading experience

  • Excerpts from interviews I've done

  • My favorite character in the book (besides Jesus)

  • A trailer video and excerpts from the accompanying video study

  • The difference I think this book will make in your life

  • Special offers you can take advantage of

  • And much more.

From Comfort Zone to Trust Zone is available on Amazon, Barnes&Noble, and other online booksellers, as well as on Visit the website to learn more about this book.

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