Presenting a clear plan for true Christian discipleship, The Disciplined Life is a modern devotional classic that Richard Foster calls "a sharp, staccato plea for disciplined living in an age of self-indulgence." Penetrating the shallowness of our culture, Taylor address the areas of living most in need of self-restraint, courage, perseverance, and resiliency. Overeating, moodiness, erratic emotions, tardiness, and weak priorities all hamper believers from reaching their full potential. For all those who yearn to be and do their very best for Christ, Taylor presents a practical plan for being, from the inside out, a true Christian disciple.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 128 Vendor: Bethany House Publication Date: 2001
Dimensions: 7 X 5 X 0.37 (inches) ISBN: 0764225979 ISBN-13: 9780764225970 Availability: In Stock
In this modern classic, the author speals to the urgent need for discipline in today's culture. Without mincing words, Richard Taylor deals with the areas of living that hamper Christians from reaching their full potential- overeacting, moodiness, erratic emotuons, tardiness, lack of submission, weak priorities, and more. He then lays out a clear plan for how to become a disciplined person, starting with developing a personal philosophy of discipleship. Author Richard Foster calls The Disciplined Life "A sharp, staccato plea for disciplined living in an age of self-indulgence."
Richard Taylor is professor emeritus of theology and mission at the Nazarene Theological Seminary, where he served on the faculty for 16 years. He lives with is family near Seattle, Washington.