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Volume 7 | Walk as Jesus Walked

Being a Disciple in a Broken World

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Becoming a disciple of Jesus demands more than merely a deep commitment to the text and complete devotion to Christian community. The Messiah is king, and believers are called to pick up their crosses in daily pursuit after becoming like Him. Come rediscover the fierce passion of the apostle Paul and our early Christian brothers and sisters as the rabbi leads you through cities such as Aphrodisias, Antioch Pisidia, Lystra, and Cappadocia in ancient Asia Minor.

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1 Run! The Passion of Elijah
2 Learning to Walk Like Jesus - Paul's Journey to Rome
3 An Unlikely Disciple
4 Why Christians Suffer - The Weight of Gethsemane
5 Don't Forget Us

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