Apologetics · Biblical Doctrines · Christian Living · Salvation and Justification

You’re A New Christian–Now What?

You’ve become a Christian. Now what?

For starters, it means that you are now a disciple. In fact, you have entered into a community of other disciples, all striving toward the same goal. Every person who professes faith in Jesus is a disciple. Being a disciple isImportantTruths simply another way of saying that you are a student of someone.  And for the Christian, that someone is Jesus Christ.

But what are his teachings? What core beliefs should a new believer hold dearly to? What are the essential doctrines each believer should know?

These are just a few questions answered in a new book by Dr. Murrell, Important Truths for New Believers: Essential Lessons for the Christian Life. Here is an excerpt from the back cover:

“For believers who desire a deeper walk in the Christian faith, their journey can begin with this book. Dr. Murrell takes the essential points of the Christian faith and expounds them in clear and simple terms. He offers readers a basic understanding of the Christian faith that will kindle a lifelong love for truth, which is foundational to growing and maturing in Christ.

Here are 13 theologically sound lessons of key biblical concepts that every Christian should know in order to live a deeper, fuller, more satisfying life in Christ. If you want to know what the truly important truths are for new believers, or even vital points to develop a deeper Christian experience, here is your answer in an engaging and easy-to-read book.”

Read chapter one here.

Purchase your discounted book here.

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