This book is bargain priced from 04/08/2014 until 04/01/2022
What does it take to be a Christian? What exactly must someone “believe” to be a member in God’s family? And why is it that so many people who all claim to be Christians don’t actually share common beliefs?
In eciple: Core, pastor and author Matt Eachus addresses each of these questions and more as he examines the core of faith, providing what he calls an irreducible minimum of Christian belief. Through this video-enhanced eciple eBook, Matt will help you discover the core of conversion, what precisely people must believe in order to be a Christian the way the Bible describes a Christian. An investigation into the “fundamentals” of the faith follows and is sure to help provide some clarity and much needed common ground while Matt explains key doctrinal positions with straightforward and easy-to-understand language.
Whether you are new to the faith and looking for basic instruction or a long-time follower of Jesus trying to sharpen your understanding of the faith, this eBook is for you.
Targeted Age Group: 16 to 70
Book Price: $2.99
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Matt is a Christian, husband, father, pastor, and author who thoroughly enjoys the busy life God has given him. Having spent his childhood in Southeast Pennsylvania, Matt graduated from Liberty University in 2001 and Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary in 2010.He currently serves as Lead Pastor of Temple Baptist Church in Halfmoon, NY, a growing multi-generational church in the Albany suburbs. He has a passion for teaching the Bible, for serving the church of Jesus, and seeing churches planted so that more people can know the life-changing power of the Gospel. A gifted speaker and teacher Matt has a heart for helping people understand the deep things of God in ways that connect with their real lives. He is hopeful that God would use him to be an encourager and equipper to the church at large.
He and his wife, Amanda, live in Clifton Park, NY with their 4 young and very active children. They spend their days in a furious blur of T-ball, gymnastics, soccer, and school activities, all the while attempting to cherish each fleeting moment. In his downtime, he enjoys dark coffee, reading, hiking in the Adirondacks, and spending time with his family.