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31 Ways to Be a "One-Another" Christian

Loving others with the love of Jesus

Stuart Scott and Andrew Jin

31 Ways to Be a "One-Another" Christian

Loving others with the love of Jesus

Stuart Scott and Andrew Jin

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“Nobody reaches out to me when I go to church.” “This church really isn’t much of a family.”

Have you heard these kinds of comments? How sad if they are true, especially as God’s Word has so much to say about how believers should interact with one another! An array of interpersonal problems between spouses, children, parents, siblings, friends, coworkers can easily develop, but if you are a Christian, you can put the Bible’s message into practice and see how radically it transforms your relationships with others.

By carefully examining the “one another” commands in Scripture, the authors provide a Word-based understanding of what God intends for Christian relationships—showing not only what they look like, but also how to develop them.

Enjoy reading and sharing this book; it’s very well suited for individuals, couples, and small groups.

  • Title

    31 Ways to Be a "One-Another" Christian

  • Author(s)

    Stuart Scott and Andrew Jin

  • ISBN

    9781633421769

  • Format

    Paperback

  • Publisher

    Shepherd Press

  • Topic

    Church

  • Audience

    Adults

  • Pages

    160

Stuart Scott

Stuart Scott

Stuart Scott. Scott is the Associate Professor of Biblical Counseling (2005) of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and has over 30 years of experience in counseling and pastoral ministry, including 10 years as associate pastor of family ministries and counseling at Grace Community Church under John MacArthur. Prior to joining the faculty at Southern Seminary, Scott served on the faculty of The Master’s College and Seminary in the area of biblical counseling. He is a fellow and member of the Association of Certified Biblical Counselors (ACBC) and serves as the executive director of the One-Eighty Counseling and Education ministry (a nonprofit ministry partnering with local churches to help equip them in soul care). Scott is the author of The Exemplary Husband; From Pride to Humility; Biblical Manhood; Communication and Conflict Resolution; Anger, Anxiety and Fear; Killing Sin Habits (Focus); The Faithful Parent (co-authored with Martha Peace, P & R); he co-edited the book Counseling the Hard Cases (B&H) and is a contributor to the books, Think Biblically (Crossway) and Christianity and Counseling: Five Approaches (IVP).

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