Becoming Who You Are (CD Personal Study)

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This series looks at why most Christians never become who they are declared to be in Jesus Christ. Why do so many promises of God go unfulfilled in the lives of believers? Why are some things about ourselves so difficult to change?

These and other questions are dealt with in this in-depth study of the soul of man (the mind, will and emotions). Becoming Who You Are provides an action plan to conquer whatever it is that keeps you defeated and enjoy a newfound freedom. You can experience the life Christ intends for His children.

Painting the Problem
1. Creation: A Living Soul
2. The Problem: An Exalted Soul
3. The New Creation: A Transformable Soul
Provision for the Problem
4. The Cross: A Crucified Soul
5. Lordship: A Yoked, Weaned, Restful Soul
Practically Putting Away the Problem
6. Conversion: A Potentially Saved Soul
7. Abiding: An Opened Soul
8. The Knowledge of the Truth: A Saved Soul

CD BUNDLE INCLUDES:
1- Becoming Who You Are Series on CD, 1- Becoming Who You Are Book, 1- Becoming Who You Are Workbook
 
DVD BUNDLE INCLUDES:
1- Becoming Who You Are Series on DVD, 1- Becoming Who You Are Book, 1- Becoming Who You Are Workbook

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CD Bundle Includes:
1- Becoming Who You Are Series on CD, 1- Becoming Who You Are Book, 1- Becoming Who You Are Workbook
DVD Bundle Includes:
1- Becoming Who You Are Series on DVD, 1- Becoming Who You Are Book, 1- Becoming Who You Are Workbook

2 Reviews

5/5
Dr. Robert Nolen 13th Feb 2015

NEEDED TEACHING FOR ALL CHRISTIANS

This course is a must for every Christian and certainly for every pastor/teacher who wants to raise up and equip spiritually mature disciples. I love this teaching.

5/5
Justin 18th Apr 2014

This teaching is invaluable

I just received the study guide and DVD. I haven't gone all they way through it yet, but I can say with confidence that this study will change lives. The study guide is simply his syllabus and class notes from teaching a class on this. It looks to be early '90s. The teaching comes right out of the book. I would highly recommend this!

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