If you picked this book cover to read, then you are one step closer to one of the best guides for Christian maturity ever published. Inside are the answers to why Christianity gets a "bad rep" in today's world. New believers need mentoring and mentors need to understand their role. The steps to mentoring in the 'faith' are outlined in an easy conversational style. You will pick up this book again and again and share over and over. Included is a revised study guide, perfect for "Sunday school" and group discussions. Saved but not a Christian was written with not just new converts in mind, but seasoned believers as well. I'm sure most of you can relate to feeling some frustration during your journey when you missed the mark, and hearing those words, "I thought you were a Christian." The weight of succumbing to what the church believes a Christian should be. And it doesn't stop there it continues in our work place, to those who know us as well as our family. I'm sure if we are honest with ourselves, we have been in that group; that made the passing remarks or comments. I assure you most of the time those cutting remarks find their way to the individual that was the topic of conversation. Let's us start afresh, with a new insight, a revelation if you will. That we will be swift to hear, slow to speak and even slower to judge. Knowing that the Father of Light does the same for us.