Have you drifted away from the Faith? Or has life gotten in the way? If any of these:
have held you up, you need Come Back to Jesus.
Renew your love of Christ and your joy in building on the gifts God gave you. STOP just going through the motions. Find the time-stealers and replace them by starting afresh with prayer; center yourself in The Word.
Explore the things that could lead you off the “narrow path.” Practice opening up to God, being
in His presence….
Experience the love of the Lord like you may never have before. Read the book as a personal growth guide, or use it as a 6-week Bible study and share insights and encouragement with your small group.
About Tanya Logan:
Tanya Logan found herself drawn to Christ while on a cloud-gazing walk at the age of 9. Since then, she has seen His hand in nature from her native East Tennessee to Washington, DC, Atlanta, GA and now Southwest Florida. A writer all of her life, Come Back to Jesus—and Don’t Bring your Blackberry is her 4th book. She has also freelanced extensively and is the ghost author of 11 books, 2 of which are required reading for college courses.
“If I never have another word from God, this one is enough: Go tell the people to get the “stuff” out of the way so they can worship Me better,” Logan says. Thus the 6-week study Come Back to Jesus was born.
Tanya is married to Mickey Logan and together they share an office as well as a love of the ocean, boating, reading, and much silliness.
Find Tanya on the following websites:
Secondary site: http://www.comebacktojesusv.com/
Amazon Author Central Page for Tanya: http://www.amazon.com/Tanya-Logan
I LOVE THIS BOOK! Tanya Logan hit the nail on the head when she wrote this wonderful book. I enjoyed “How to stay Pruned” Ouch. Chapter 5 deals with our responsibilities. Day 3, “watch for drift” was a benefit to me. The idea that we can and must keep watch over our own lives and salvation prompts us as Christians to take a more critical look at ourselves.
Tanya uses a workbook style Bible study to teach basic principals we can all learn from. One statement should stand out to everyone, which is ” act like God is watching.” If we all act like God is watching, what would change?
This book is brightly colored, entertaining and instructional and I would recommend it to Christians of all ages.