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by Phil Scott



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 2/21/2017

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 146
ISBN : 9781512770537
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 146
ISBN : 9781512770544
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 146
ISBN : 9781512770513

About the Book

WETHAIR is a departure from the traditional elementary-level what-we-believe studies for new Christ followers. It is a relational conversation between a new believer and a seasoned believer who has shared in the process of helping thousands of new believers get traction for their journey. Many new believers feel overwhelmed, find themselves easily distracted, or sadly duped into shallow promises of success. WETHAIR will toughen you, equip you, and motivate you to never give up.

Though in Christ we are forgiven and adopted into the family of God, we will experience wilderness and dark nights of the soul. We will need guidelines in order to examine our lives without being beaten down by regrets. We will learn to shape our testimony as we see God continuing to work in our life. We will evaluate our visible and invisible habits. We will discover how much urgency and energy we are applying to our appetites. We will pursue new avenues for getting involved so that our service makes our faith real, and we will wrap these steps together with daily relentless restlessness. Never lose your Wethair.

About the Author

Life is a journey. New believers need maps in order to chart the focus of their early steps. Through over thirty years as a pastor, Phil Scott has shared the journey with tens of thousands of new Christ followers. Phil discovered that one size doesn’t fit all in mentoring new believers to spiritual formation, but equipping them with some basic disciplines will help them to battle against Satan’s strategy to reclaim them. Phil is a church insider who knows the overwhelming joys and the gut-wrenching sorrows that new believers will encounter as they grow. His daily prayer could be summarized like this, “Dear Father, I do not ask for you to make my path easy, but I beg you to make me strong so that I may please you regardless of the crucibles or uncertainties that I may face.”