Fake or Follower: Refusing to Settle for a Shallow Faith
We live in a culture where many identify as “Christian” without fully embracing what it looks like to follow Jesus day-in and day-out. After gathering on a Sunday, do we simply go about our business, void of true transformation? Is the gospel simply a self-help tool, the church just a place where our needs can be met? It’s time to ask ourselves, “Am I really following Jesus? Or am I just faking it?”
With eye-opening personal stories, Scripture, and thought-provoking questions, Andi Andrew lovingly invites readers to examine their hearts to discover whether their faith is a genuine, life-giving marriage of belief and practice in response to Christ’s life and sacrifice, or if it is just a lifestyle choice on par with any other. She encourages readers to surrender their whole lives to Jesus daily, grapple with hard questions they may have been avoiding, and discover a life fully alive, following in the way, the truth, and the life of Jesus Christ.
Out October 2nd, 2018
Andi Andrew is the author of She Is Free, as well as cofounder and copastor with her husband, Paul, of Liberty Church, with five locations in New York City, as well as locations in Manzini, Swaziland; San Francisco, California; and St. Petersburg, Florida. In 2015 she launched the She Is Free Conference in order to equip and activate women to walk in freedom, spirit, soul, and body, and see others set free in their sphere of influence. A frequent speaker all over the world, she lives in Brooklyn with her husband, Paul, and their four children.
I received this book in exchange for my honest review.
Inspiring and thought-provoking, and backed up by scripture, this book like her other is a hard-hitting down to earth look at faith and what it should mean to people today.
Andrew has an excellent ability to bring her point forward with clarity and precision while maintaining a compassionate outlook to life involving faith that will cause even the strongest skeptic to pause and consider Andrews’ words.
Well-written and definitely worth a read, especially for those who have doubts about their faith and where faith is going in this day and age.
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