People need to maintain a diet of nutritious foods if their bodies are to grow and thrive. But what do the people of God need in order to grow and thrive in the Christian faith? In Five Things Every Christian Needs to Grow, noted theologian and pastor R.C. Sproul identifies five of the crucial “nutrients” that promote spiritual growth: Bible study, prayer, worship, service, and stewardship. With biblical insight and practical wisdom, Dr. Sproul teaches Christians how to maintain a balanced “diet” that will lead to growth and mature Christian living.
This book is an important resource for new believers to learn these spiritual disciplines and become grounded in the Christian faith in a way that anyone can understand.
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- Spiritual disciplines for every believer
- Questions and answers on issues related to the grace and growth in Christian life
- Practical suggestions and guidelines
- Title: Five Things Every Christian Needs to Grow
- Author: R.C. Sproul
- Publisher: Reformation Trust
- Publication Date: 2008
- Pages: 135
About R.C. Sproul
R.C. Sproul is the founder and president of Ligonier Ministries and president of Ligonier Academy. He also serves as the senior pastor of Saint Andrew’s in Sanford, Florida, and he has written more than 70 books including Defending Your Faith, The Truth of the Cross, Truths We Confess, and commentaries on Romans and John in the Saint Andrew’s Expositional Commentary series.