Follow Me: The Unraveling of Christianity

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Is there more to being a Christian than you have discovered?

We are born into Christian homes, bear Christian names, attend Christian schools and gatherings, and participate in Christian activities and ceremonies, yet our lives fall short of true Christianity.

There is more. Go beyond the boredom of lifeless religion.

Welcome to a new experience—a journey into the reality of a thoroughly rewarding way of life!

Discover what being a Christian truly means. At the center of true Christianity is Jesus Christ—the embodiment of godly character. His mission on earth was to set an example for us.

Tony Izuogu says, “Follow me to learn:

• The relevance of Jesus Christ to Christianity
• Why Jesus came to earth
• Why we must follow Christ
• The benefits of following Jesus.”

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Is there more to being a Christian than you have discovered?

We are born into Christian homes, bear Christian names, attend Christian schools and gatherings, and participate in Christian activities and ceremonies, yet our lives fall short of true Christianity.

There is more. Go beyond the boredom of lifeless religion.

Welcome to a new experience—a journey into the reality of a thoroughly rewarding way of life!

Discover what being a Christian truly means. At the center of true Christianity is Jesus Christ—the embodiment of godly character. His mission on earth was to set an example for us.

Tony Izuogu says, “Follow me to learn:

• The relevance of Jesus Christ to Christianity
• Why Jesus came to earth
• Why we must follow Christ
• The benefits of following Jesus.”

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