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Follow Me: How to Walk with Jesus Every Day



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By Miroslav M. Kis

ISBN: 9780828015448 | 144 pages | Review and Herald Publishing | Copyright 2001

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Are You a Disciple of Jesus--Or Just a Fan?

A disciple follows. But how do we "follow" someone we cannot see? With his sensitive sketches of the people whose lives were transformed when they met Jesus, Miroslav Kis gives us new eyes. Donning cloak and sandals, we walk with Jesus through His world, watching as He transforms it heart by heart. We learn from Him how to transform our own world while avoiding Satan’s minefields of materialism, sensuality, and pride.

Kis explores the radical implications of following Jesus: perseverance in prayer, freedom from rivalry, serving the weak and helpless, watching our lives with diligence, courage in the face of despair, loyalty to those who need us, taking risks outside of our comfort zone, trust, rejoicing in the advancement of others, readiness to obey, leading others to Jesus.

By studying the life-transforming grace of the Carpenter of Galilee, we learn what it means to be a disciple of the One who said, "Follow Me".

Miraslav M. Kis
Miroslav M. Kis was born and raised in then-Communist Yugoslavia. His father died when he was 2. The tenth of 11 children, he faced poverty and persecution because of his Christian beliefs. He has been a watchmaker, a youth leader, and a pastor, and now serves as professor of ethics and chair of the Theology Department at Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Michigan.

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Are You a Disciple of Jesus--Or Just a Fan?

A disciple follows. But how do we "follow" someone we cannot see? With his sensitive sketches of the people whose lives were transformed when they met Jesus, Miroslav Kis gives us new eyes. Donning cloak and sandals, we walk with Jesus through His world, watching as He transforms it heart by heart. We learn from Him how to transform our own world while avoiding Satan’s minefields of materialism, sensuality, and pride.

Kis explores the radical implications of following Jesus: perseverance in prayer, freedom from rivalry, serving the weak and helpless, watching our lives with diligence, courage in the face of despair, loyalty to those who need us, taking risks outside of our comfort zone, trust, rejoicing in the advancement of others, readiness to obey, leading others to Jesus.

By studying the life-transforming grace of the Carpenter of Galilee, we learn what it means to be a disciple of the One who said, "Follow Me".

Miraslav M. Kis
Miroslav M. Kis was born and raised in then-Communist Yugoslavia. His father died when he was 2. The tenth of 11 children, he faced poverty and persecution because of his Christian beliefs. He has been a watchmaker, a youth leader, and a pastor, and now serves as professor of ethics and chair of the Theology Department at Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Michigan.

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Miroslav M. Kis was born and raised in then-Communist Yugoslavia. His father died when he was 2. The tenth of 11 children, he faced poverty and persecution because of his Christian beliefs. He has been a watchmaker, a youth leader, and a pastor, and now serves as professor of ethics and chair of the Theology Department at Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Michigan.